The origins of Can Marçà Caves are in telluric faults and, after passing through tropical heat and ice ages, today the cave is mostly fossilized
This nature reserve is characterized by islets, constantly subjected to the erosive power of the sea and wind. Despite the harsh conditions, many spices are able to survive
Santa Gertrudis has grown unabated and now maintains a lively, multicultural atmosphere throughout the year.
This wetland area has a vast area dotted with reeds, among which you can stroll along the portals of feixa, a series of whitewashed arches indicating the entrance of each plot
Is Amunts is characterized as the most authentic expression of the ethnological values, natural richness and history of this area, which is cataloged, almost entirely, as a Natural Area of Special Interest
Located on the edge of an immense cliff south of San Josep, Es Cubells has a special charm and its inhabitants live scattered around the countryside
The truth is that the river of Santa Eulària supplied the homes of the population with water until the 60s of the last century by an ingenious system of irrigation canals
The core of Sant Agustí des Vedrà includes the rectory, the stone tower and farm houses surrounding the square
In Sant Rafel village character persists "pass" and, being frequented by the local public and tourists in the village both typical and luxurious restaurants are
Located in the town of Sant Josep, Sa Talaia is the highest point of the Pitiüses and the fifth highest in the Balearic Islands
Santa Agnès is part of the traditional rural Ibiza: in the village there are a couple of bars, shop a leather craftsman and a church built in 1812
Vast fields of almond, cereal, vines, olive trees, carob and fig trees noise accompanied the flocks of sheep are the stamp of the most rural Ibiza
Buscatell air is quiet and peaceful, calm inhabited by its inhabitants and concentrated around a small church, a grocery store and a bar, Can Teixido Art Café
Declared Natural Park in 2001, ses Salines is located at southern Ibiza and northern Formentera, covering the stretch of sea between them as well, and sheltering much of the prairies of oceanic Posidonia.