Our wonderful guide Stani will guide you on this amazing walk that explores the unspoilt ancient rugged coastline of the West coast. Starting in the valley of Santa Agnes with its
Our wonderful guide Stani will guide you on this amazing walk that explores the unspoilt ancient rugged coastline of the West coast.
Starting in the valley of Santa Agnes with its almond trees and red earth before you enter into the forest, along lovely winding paths with ancient walls and one of the largest preserved cal ovens on the island.
Then the sea comes into view and the wild rugged coast becomes evident. The ancient fisherman’s path winds its way down to the sea where you can find some old fisherman’s boat houses. The perfect place for a rest and swim (if you dare!), before heading upwards. Note that we need to take a large step up a rock when we leave the beach.
Going up a very little used path which leads to a lost village complete with terracing, ruins of houses and even its own freshwater spring. The small path continues hugging the cliffs and giving stunning views with every turn.
This trail was discovered by a family friend of our guide Tim, Bill Moffit, in the late 60s. He took Tim’s parents there and ever since he calls it Bill’s Paradise.
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DATE & TIME:
Sunday 19th November – 10.00h
Restaurant Puertas del Cielo
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We need to take a large step up a rock when we leave the beach. Approx. 6 kms and about 3 hours.
Contact details of your guide for today (only to use on the day itself): Stani +34 611 31 02 99.
WHAT TO BRING:
-A small backpack so your hands are free
-At least 1.5 litres of water
-Some snacks to keep you going
-Good foot wear that has been worn in
-Sunblock if required
-Sun hat if required
-Light shower coat, just in case (in the winter months)
We have walking poles available to assist you if required.
-Everything in a backpack so your hands are free
-Good trainers suitable for biking
-Gloves suitable for biking if you have them
-1.5 liters of water per person
-Light wind stop / shower coat
If you have a lovely well trained dog which is also socialized please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the roads & some of the beaches.
We have liability insurance, but do not have medical insurance – this is your responsibility.
All our guides are trained and have the ability to lead groups, they all carry a first aid kit and use walkie talkies to keep in contact with a back marker to make sure the group stays together and are safe. We also have strict departure and return procedure to ensure everyone is accounted for.
The trip and your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered for this prior to coming on the walk.
Don’t hesitate contacting us if you have further questions.
You may also be interested in our Food Tours, guided tours around Ibiza town tasting great food and drinks www.IbizaFoodTours.com.