TO SEE in IBIZA
Guide to Sites of Interest on Ibiza
In early spring (February), the almond trees blossom and
orchards are covered with white-pink blossoms, an annual
phenomenon that attracts visitors from around the world.
Large parts of Ibiza island are protected nature
reserves and registered UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Balearic government is deeply committed to preserve
the island’s natural beauty, as well as its important
coastal and marine ecosystems.
Some sightseeing examples of Ibiza’s natural beauty:
<< Ses Feixes
a freshwater wetland of great importance created
by an ancient irrigation system of Arabic
origin, and bird sanctuary of high biodiversity.
Both flamingos and other migratory birds breed
in April and May.
It is situated next to the beach of Talamanca,
found on the outskirts of "Vila "between the two
<< Las Salinas
- historic salt flats & wetland with specific
flora and fauna of major ecological importance.
Las Salinas Natural Park occupies land and sea,
and is composed of salt flats and historical
wetlands with a specific flora and fauna of
great ecological importance.
Entrance to the park is restricted to encourage
Especially spectacular are the groups of
In the sea, between Ibiza and Formentera, dense
prairies of the important, but endemic, seagrass
species: Oceanic Posidonia were discovered in 2006, and
declared Sites of Community Importance.
Some sightseeing examples of Ibiza’s marine scenery:
Mysterious Ibizan landmark Isla
Es Vedra, rock island in
a crystal clear sea and surrounded by many legends,
neighboring island FORMENTERA, or one of the hundreds
uninhabited islets nearby, are great options for a
pleasant boat trip, cruise or boat excursion, while
The crystal clear, turquoise waters and amazing marine
scenery offer spectacular views, especially around
sunrise and sunset!
Discover and explore Ibiza island on your own, or with
the experienced Ibiza Tourist Guides.