IBIZA, corners that are well worth discovering

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June 26, 2018, 10:27 a.m.

Ibiza has a lot of hidden and little-known beauties in which you can get to know the authentic essence of the island … Do you dare to discover them?

SES BOQUES
Under the impressive cliffs of the Es Cubells village, is a small and beautiful cove of pebbles that is an ideal place to enjoy sunny Ibizan days resting in hammocks and bathing. This is also a very good place to try the Ibizan seafood cuisine in the restaurant on the beach. It is a quiet cove, ideal for those looking to spend a day relaxing. From the beach, you can see the profile of Formentera island.

LA XANGA
In the Natural Park of Ses Salines you can find this small bay, between Playa d’en Bossa and Es Cavallet. It is a very quiet place where you will find the charming typical fishermen’s huts at both ends. It is a sand-less area but it is well worth visiting to get away from the noise of Ibiza and get to know a truly Mediterranean place. Additionally, this bay is guarded by the old watchtower of Sa Sal Rossa, which makes for a great opportunity to learn a little about the history of Ibiza.
One step away from Sirenis Hotel Tres Carabelas & Spa and Sirenis Hotel Goleta & Spa.

SANT AGUSTÍ
This charming and traditional village is located on top of a hill where you can find the typical rural atmosphere of the island, with its country houses and old refuge tower.
The nights of Sant Agustí are a delight. Soft night breeze, dim lighting and the bright white houses are the perfect setting for a romantic dinner.
The church of Sant Agustí is chosen by many couples for their wedding day and it is no surprise, as this church is one of the island’s most beautiful and best preserved. Photos taken here have a very special nature.
It is very close to Sirenis Seaview Country Club.

CANAL D’EN MARTÍ
A small natural harbour with charming fishermen’s cottages located in the north of the island. It is usually called Es Pou des Lleó because it is located in the same area, but its name comes from the mouth of the Canal d’en Martí.
In this port, you can find hammocks and umbrellas to rest under the island’s sun. You can also find one of the best known restaurants to sample its fresh fish dishes. Following the coast, you can reach another of the watchtowers, in this case the Torre d’en Valls, from where you can see the islet of Tagomago.

SANT CARLES DE PERALTA
Surrounded by trees and nature, the town of Sant Carles represents one of the most beautiful rural spots on the island where you can still feel its hippie heritage. Back in the ’50s, many artists and intellectuals exiled from the Vietnam War came to the island in search of a place to enjoy cultural freedom and a different way of life. They settled here with the locals in an atmosphere of complete serenity. This is where the hippie movement began, brightening up the town with concerts, exhibitions, street markets and a cosmopolitan atmosphere that can still be enjoyed today.
Another attraction is the famous Las Dahlias street market where artisans from all over the world sell their art in a hippie environment full of peace and love. You can find out a little more about this area by clicking here.

ES PUJOLETS
Next to the famous Cala Tarida, located to the south-west of the island, you can find a small hidden cove: Es Pujolets. This small beach is somewhat complicated to access, but it is not impossible. If you want to enjoy crystal clear waters, fine sand and tranquillity… the route there will be worth it. Take aim! This almost “private” cove is 10 minutes by car from Sirenis Hotel Club Aura.

SANTA INÉS DE CORONA
A quiet small town, where you can find handicrafts made of leather, typical Ibizan houses and a small church. It is a charming little town that is bathed by the beautiful valley of Plà de Corona, where the almond trees dye the area white. The perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the island and immerse yourself in the authentic Ibiza.

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