The biggest island of the Pitiuses archipiélago, Ibiza, has a beautiful nature that allows both locals and tourists to do a large number of activites, from cycling to fishing. Its incredible weather also helps to practice your favorite activities all year round and in every little spot in the island. From young to old people, everyone will find an activity that will suits them best, whether if you are looking for adventure or you are a more relaxed person. These activities are cyclism, hiking, scuba diving, golf, kayak, horse riding and plenty more!
If cyclism is one of your main passions, Ibiza offers you the opportunity to go cycling in the best environment. You can bike through the island and discover at the same time the incredible nature and landscape. Ibiza has a large variety of itineraries of different levels of difficulty. We can mention here the the route Es Vedrà or the route Es Porquet but there are plenty more.
Another especial way to discover the island is by going through its mountains. If you want to give your holidays an original touch, reserve one day to enjoy the beauty of the nature. Find out which is your best route to follow. Ibiza offers you a large number of routes of different levels of difficulty. You can find routes of short duration, especially for those who are not used to go hiking, or longer routes, if you are a proffessional. Independently which route you choose, bring always water with you, especially during the summer months, as the sun can be very harmful.
The incredible turquoise color of the Mediterranean sea makes it really irresistible not to jump into it. In Ibiza you have the chance to discover how is life under the sea. Ibiza, and the Balearic Islands in general, are becoming a favorite place for those who love to dive into the water. Around the island you will find professional scuba diving companies that will offer you courses to make excursions and discover the seabed. The seabed of the Natural Park of las Salinas has been declared humanity's heritage in 1999 from the UNESCO.