Water Activities

With the arrival of the summer heat, a holiday in Ibiza is a pleasure for facing the high temperatures. When you arrive on the island, you will probably want to just dive into the sea and enjoy your free time with tourism, or simply by doing nothing at all. It’s also possible that you will fall in love with the landscape, and therefore, one of the best ways to discover the coast of Ibiza and the secrets that it hoards is by taking part in activities and watersports.
By swimming or taking a boat, you will discover the Ibizan coast, but only by rowing yourself will you be able to see the landscape up close, covering greater distances than by swimming. This is why one of the most attractive ways for combining sport and tourism is kayaking or paddle surfing.

Exploring the seabed. You may never have thought of doing it, but scuba diving is an activity available to everyone in Ibiza, with some of the most attractive dives in the Mediterranean and fantastic diving centres for taking scuba diving courses with the PADI certification.

A journey on foot. Of course, if you wish to discover Ibiza in a leisurely way and at your own pace, you can always take a pleasant, healthy walk to enjoy the tranquillity of this island. There are many areas for doing so: mountains, coves, the countryside, hidden inland towns, cliffs over the sea – any of these settings will be perfect for you to disconnect and enjoy the natural beauty of the island. If you are seeking an unforgettable route, set off towards the south to visit the Ses Salines Natural Park, probably the area of the island that best exemplifies the landscape of Ibiza.

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Las Dalias
Aquarium Cap Blanc
Visit to Dalt Vila
Sunset on Benirras Beach
Ses Salines Natural Park
Sant Antoni Bay
Marina Botafoch
Nightlife
Ibiza, World Heritage
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