Take a full day excursion visiting the most charismatic and representative villages and most famous viewpoints of Ibiza. A minivan or minibus with manual ramp access and securely equipped with tie-downs and AC will be driving you through the most amazing spots in the island including Sant Josep, Es Cubellis, Mirador Vedra, Cala D’hort, and Cala Vedalla, while you learn about the history and culture of the island by an experienced official local tour guide from Ibiza.
Visit one of the famous street markets where you can pick up some typical Ibizan handicrafts. After that you will make a stop for lunch in Ibiza town at a suggested local restaurant to enjoy local specialities and there will be time to stroll through Dalt Vila, a fortified city developed around a central castle.
If of interest we can include a stop for a private Ibizan herbal liquor workshop, to taste and learn first hand from a master alchemist how the Ibiza’s most cherished traditional drink is made.
Before you return to the cruise ship or your hotel we’ll stop at one of the most magical points in the island, known as Cala d´Hort, the famous sunset viewing spot in Ibiza.
This tour includes private accessible transport. All travelers must note in advance that most locations in Ibiza such as Dalt Vila have many steep hills, stairs and old stone pavement. However, our itinerary is designed to follow a mostly flat path along the tour. It is recommended that some people depending on their level of mobility are accompanied, to be helped wheeling along irregular pavement when necessary.
Meeting point: Hotel or Cruise Pick-up
Starting time: Flexible
Duration: 7 Hours
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
Our dear friends; we hope you and your loved ones are well. The government here in Spain has taken measures in order to reduce the spread of the virus similar to those in other countries in the world. At this difficult time, we send our thoughts to those who have suffered the flue, and also to the health care staff at hospitals, who are putting their lives at risk under this uncertainty. Next weeks will tell what new measures are taken at airports in regards to international travel, until then we wish you the best patience and take everyday precautions. We are hoping to see you again, and we remain available to answer any question or concern you may have about traveling to Spain.