Starting from the beach of Cala Sant Vicente, together with Roger we walk on the original old pilgrim’s path all the way up to the Cova des Culleram, an ancient
Starting from the beach of Cala Sant Vicente, together with Roger we walk on the original old pilgrim’s path all the way up to the Cova des Culleram, an ancient Phoenician-Punic sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Tanit, who is still worshipped on Ibiza today. Enjoy stunning views, hear about the history of Tanit and take some time to explore the cave and leave an offering if you like.
Please note that although we will do our best, we are unable to guarantee that the cave will be open. However, in our opinion it is still very much worth a visit!
WHAT TO BRING:
A torch to see inside the caves and an offering to the Goddess Tanit if you like.
DATE & TIME:
Wednesday 30th March – 10.00h
Cala San Vicente on the promenade in front of the beach, right hand side as you look out to sea.
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Approx. 7 kms and about 2.5 hours including a stop at Tanit’s cave.
Due to a steady climb up to the cave on a steep rocky path with loose stones underfoot where we will take it easy. We can provide walking poles if you wish.
Contact details of your guide for today (only to use on the day itself): Roger +34 642 92 57 26.
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.