Ibiza is known for its heavenly beaches with white sand and crystalline and turquoise coves, also where they have the great night party.
It gives off a lot of magic, and has many secrets and curiosities that are hidden behind the fame of Ibiza, but we are sure that it is the best part of Ibiza. Here we will offer you places to see curious of ibiza and curious data that surely you did not know.
Curiosities to see in Ibiza
Throughout the year, especially in summer, thousands of tourists from different parts of the world visit the island who want to enjoy their night party, tourism and beaches. But there is more to discover, that’s why we want to show you the other side of Ibiza with corners that many people don’t know.
Restaurante El bigotes, en Cala Mastella
This restaurant is located in the area of Sant Carles, and is one of the most curious and essential establishments on the island. Juan Ferrer was its creator, who prepared a broth rice for friends, and years later, follows this tradition but for everyone, with a reasonable price and also by the sea. In addition, as it is such a rustic place, they only cook with firewood.
It is one of the most special coves in Ibiza, not only because it is surrounded by pine trees and mountains, but because on Sundays people gather and make their drums and other percussion instruments play to animate the entrance of the night while watching the sunset, and once the sun has gone down, the fun continues. There are also many beach bars and establishments, so eating something there will be no problem.
In the south, we can find Cala Llentrisca, which is located in the area of Es Cubells, with few people even in the middle of summer. It has sandy bottoms with live posidonias that are seen from the coast, and with a crystal clear water.
This cove is one of the unknown places of Ibiza, in addition to reaching it you have to walk for about fifteen minutes hiking with beautiful views. It is recommended above all for people who like diving
Torres des Savinar
From Cala d’Hort, we can go to the viewpoint to see the best sunsets with Es Vedrá and Es Vedranell in the background. But really, if you go there you have to walk to the Torres des Savinar, which was used before to visit the arrival of pirates, but currently you can see one of the best sunsets on the island.
Fun facts from Ibiza
Ibiza is not part of the Balearic Islands
Although politically it is part of the archipelago and belongs to the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, geographically it is not part of this archipelago, both Ibiza and Formentera, and they make up the archipelago of the Pitiusas Islands.
In addition to its great parties, it is also known for its charming hippy markets, such as the Hippie Market in Punta Arabí, which has many stalls of Arab crafts, costume jewelery and Indian clothing, among others.
In Santa Eulàlia we can find the only mouth of the river that runs about 15 kilometers, although in summer it is often dry due to heat.
Branches of ancient olive trees
A curious fact of this island are the gnarled branches of the ancient olive trees and some are believed to be up to two thousand years old.
Cala es Vedrá
In the South Pacific musical, Cala es Vedrà appears, which was used to represent the famous volcanic island Bali Hai. In addition, it is one of the essential places of the island.
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