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Hot Air Balloon ride in Ibiza
Hot Air Balloon ride in Ibiza
Hot Air Balloon ride in Ibiza 50 minutes
Hop on a hot air balloon and feel the calmness of being away from everything. Marvel at the wonderful landscapes and coastline below your feet. Fun for the whole family or simply enjoy this romantic private ride with that someone special.
Price from: €190.00
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Ibiza Jeep Tour
Ibiza Jeep Tour
Ibiza Jeep Tour 5.5 hours
Unforgettable Ibiza jeep safari tour on the original Jeep Wrangler 4x4. Join us as self-drive or as a passenger and let's explore hidden gems of the island.
Price from: €130.00
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Jeep Safari Tour - Ibiza Select
Jeep Safari Tour - Ibiza Select
Jeep Safari Tour - Ibiza Select 6 hours
This jeep safari tour covers the unexplored and unharmed stretches of the Ibiza island. Take a short stroll, listen to interesting stories and have a refreshing dip in the sea. Hotel transfer and meal at a finca restaurant included.
Price from: €84.00
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Ibiza jet boat 360°
Ibiza jet boat 360°
Ibiza jet boat 360° 1 hour
Are you up for a activity with off-the-chart thrill and fun factor? Then let Jet Boat 360° takes you on a sea “roller coaster” ride with its amazing ability to speed, spin and jump on waves. You can never be ready for this!
Price from: €50.00
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Hot Rod Tour with Swimming
Hot Rod Tour with Swimming
Hot Rod Tour with Swimming 3.5 hours
Drive a Hot Rod along the spectacular coastline and landscapes of Ibiza and other beauty natural spots. Tour includes swimming at marvellous 2 beaches of Ibiza island.
Price from: €99.00
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Hot Rod Daylight Tour 2 hours
Hot Rod Daylight Tour 2 hours
Hot Rod Daylight Tour 2 hours 2 hours
For those wanting a bit of a challenge, hop on our Hot Rod and let us take you on a 2 hours journey to visit some fantastic bays of Ibiza island with plenty of photo opportunities.
Price from: €79.00
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Sunset Hot Rod Tour
Sunset Hot Rod Tour
Sunset Hot Rod Tour 2.5 hours
Discover the wonderful landscapes and coastal views of Ibiza during sunset as you drive the smallest street-legal car in the world - the Hot Rod
Price from: €89.00
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Hot Rod Daylight Tour 1 hour
Hot Rod Daylight Tour 1 hour
Hot Rod Daylight Tour 1 hour 1 hour
Discover the wonderful landscapes and coastal views of Ibiza while driving the smallest street-legal car in the world - the Hot Rod.
Price from: €49.00
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Tour and activity categories in Ibiza

Hot air balloon
Hot air balloon
Snorkelling
Snorkelling
Stand up paddle
Stand up paddle
Parasailing
Parasailing
Boat trips
Boat trips
Jeep safari
Jeep safari
Biking
Biking
Hiking
Hiking

Travel Inspirations - Ibiza

Ray-Bans, neon accessories, bikinis on tanned bodies and the sound of bass often crossed the mind when one thinks of Ibiza. True, since the hippies first came to the island in the 60s, Ibiza has been capturing many hearts with its charming beaches, chillax atmosphere and not to mentioned, the party scene. It is also the hangout place for celebreties, the me Today, the island of 220.5 square miles and population of just over 140 thousands welcome over 4 millions of tourists annually to its arms. In peak time during the busiest season, planes can be seen landing every couple of minutes, waved and cheered on by ravers at the Bora- Bora beach club on Playa d’en Bossa. The island’s activities correspond positively to its weather, with the summer opening and closing parties literally marking the beginning and end of the peak season. Best DJs from around the world can be seen pumping the best tunes in Mega clubs, the rich and famous splashing out on private luxury yachts and villas, while everyone else (like you and I) having a great time under the Mediterranean sun. Ibiza is not all about party, however. The majestic Dalt Vila fortress guarding the coastline of  in old town of Eivissa is an UNESCO World Heritage of historical and culturally importance. Outside of the bustling resorts, the island remains rustic with its charming villages amidst pines, olives, fig and almond trees. The Greeks once nicknamed Ibiza and its sister island, Formentera “Islas Pituisas” (Islands of Pines). There are no lack of things to do on Ibiza. From beach water sports to spa indulgence, there are just too many activities to tempt you. The nature, rocky landscapes, salt plains and coastline circumference which can be covered in 11 days and nights (yes, someone did it!) on foot is an interesting playground for nature lovers. Or better still discover these on a hot air balloon or hop to Formentera for a day or two? Home to the world renowned Café del Mar chill out music compilations and with 50 beaches and sandy coves (some quite remote and quiet) to relax on, it really isn’t difficult to find a piece of calmness on Ibiza. Composed of several islands from Santa Eularia des Riu to Sant Josep, Ibiza is a series of island worth exploring. Since crystal blue waters surround it, Ibiza creates an atmosphere where one could d seek refuge in times of great distress. Beach resorts covering the Ibiza coastline offer myriad water sports activities during the day, relaxing Bali Beach beds and soulful music at night. There is always something to do for someone in the Ibizan Islands. It is recommended to explore the islands on foot where countless historic sites share the culture, tradition and beliefs of Ibiza’s past.  Discover the hidden treasures in caves under the hill or appreciate the arts in their museums. From Santa Eularia des Riu, enjoy amazing sunsets and wonderful beach resorts. Reminisce cultures of the past in Eivissa and enjoy the sizzling summer holidays in Portinatx. Seek the thrill of island hopping and conquer the Mediterranean waters with the ferry rides offered in several islands. Lastly, splurge on fabulous local fashion finds and artifacts that gather at the town square in Dalt Vila or in Santa Eularia on specific days. Explore the traditional markets that offer fabrics, jewelry, and ceramics among others.    
  Ibiza, one of the famous cities in the Balearic Islands, is well- known around the world for its clubbing scene. However, there is one side to Ibiza that one has yet to discover. More than its outrageous nightlife, Ibiza is home to numerous wild parks that cradle varied land animals, magnificent rock formations overlooking crystal blue waters, and mysterious caves. Indeed, one cannot fail to be amazed at the glorious sunset cascading over the majestic ancient structures or be one with nature amongst the olive trees and almond groves. Ibiza’s natural landscapes, rich culture and traditions have gained the worldwide recognition of being one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. Ibiza Islands Composed of several islands from Santa Eularia des Riu to Sant Josep, Ibiza is a series of island worth exploring. Since crystal blue waters surround it, Ibiza creates an atmosphere where one could d seek refuge in times of great distress. Beach resorts covering the Ibiza coastline offer myriad water sports activities during the day, relaxing Bali Beach beds and soulful music at night. There is always something to do for someone in the Ibizan Islands. It is recommended to explore the islands on foot where countless historic sites share the culture, tradition and beliefs of Ibiza’s past.  Discover the hidden treasures in caves under the hill or appreciate the arts in their museums. From Santa Eularia des Riu, enjoy amazing sunsets and wonderful beach resorts. Reminisce cultures of the past in Eivissa and enjoy the sizzling summer holidays in Portinatx. Seek the thrill of island hopping and conquer the Mediterranean waters with the ferry rides offered in several islands. Lastly, splurge on fabulous local fashion finds and artefacts that gather at the town square in Dalt Vila or in Santa Eularia on specific days. Explore the traditional markets that offer fabrics, jewelry, and ceramics among others. National Parks Apart from the island offerings, Ibiza cradles scenic parks that interestingly stir up the nature lover in you. The Ses Salines National Park and the nature reserve of es Vedrà, es Vedranell all nurture ecological sights. Between the Islands south of Ibiza and Formentera, is the National Park of ses Salines. Covering an estimated 1.8 hectares of land and 13,000- hectares offshore, the park’s unique flora and fauna makes it an interesting place to visit while in the island. Take advantage of the majestic natural features starting from the old lakes, rocky coastlines, awe-inspiring rock formations and crystal blue waters. Here, you can spot a peregrine falcon or a fishing eagle along the island’s coastlines. The Protected area of es Vedranell is southwest in the Island of Ibiza. Although there are no human inhabitants, the place is rich in animal populace such as pack of birds like the Audoin gull and Elearnor falcon, lizards, or witness frolicking dolphins in its waters. Flora and Fauna A typical Mediterranean flora and fauna can be found in the Islands of Ibiza. Ultimately, its rich land areas have been included in the Law for Natural Spaces in 1991. The islands are abundant with pine trees, and junipers, which cover 40% of the area. Although lacking in mammal inhabitants, Ibiza islands protect a variety of bird species, genets and lizards. Another vital Mediterranean ecosystem under the island’s care is the Posidonia Fields where a wide range of sea creatures exists. Fauna in this Mediterranean outlet consists of cetacean species and sea turtles, its population ranks highest in the Spanish state. Agricultural lands in Ibiza also form part of great zoological interest as well as the underground fauna. Both land and sea species occupy the underground caves, especially several crustacean species. Undeniably, a visit to Ibiza will open your eyes to the wonders of nature and the marvellous life creations one cannot fail to admire. Nature in Ibiza is definitely a breathtaking experience that one has to conquer and savour while in these astonishing Balearic Islands.
Gastronomy in Ibiza is a voyage of the senses as it lets you experience the calm waters of the sea, savour the smell of pines and junipers and feast on fresh fruits and vegetables in their dishes. It is an adventure of the palate and a feast to the eyes as you taste the delectable fresh sea cuisine and luxurious local wines with your bare feet brushing on the sand next to the waves. More than just its breathtaking landscapes and serene crystalline waters, Ibiza will let you discover its rich culture and heritage through your taste buds. Take pleasure in consuming their naturally homegrown vegetables and freshly ripened fruits even in their restaurants. There are only few places in the world with restaurants that have perfected the art of matching local ingredients to its culinary tradition, and Ibiza is one of them. Located strategically around seawaters, Ibiza is blessed with varied fish and freshly caught shellfish that adds authenticity to its dishes.  Relinquish to the delectable taste of Guisat de Peix (Fish Stew) or Borrida de Ratjada (Skate Stew). Relax in the sweetness of the environment and enjoy every moment sipping their local wines, island breads with their famous Pan Payès and local delicacies. Experience a completely new dimension of sweet and spice with their coca with red peppers baked in dough; or discover the freshness of their produce while feasting on Ensalada de Crostes (Bread Crust Salad) or Ensalada Payesa (Ibicenco Country Salad). Dining here is more than just fulfilling the palatial hunger it is an imparting of wisdom. Preparing the food is a combination of sharing their rich culture, discovering the abundance of nature and feasting on a delightful combination of lively music and delectable cuisine at its finest. Indeed, gastronomy in Ibiza is exquisitely an adventure on its own. It is one of Ibiza’s valuable treasures handed down from generation to generation.  Visitors to the island are encouraged to support the production of organic produce to maintain sufficient supply in hotels, restaurants and markets. It is undoubtedly a significant inheritance that the Government is eager to preserve and safeguard it for posterity.