Schools in Ibiza
Get to know Ibiza
Its turquoise water coves transmit relaxation and discretion. You can discover some of the most peaceful ones with a pleasant sailing trip from the ports of Ibiza, Sant Antoni de Portmany and Santa Eulària des Riu.
Ibiza’s surroundings are home to other landscapes of great interest. For its rural charm, the Benimussa valley and the Pla de Corona plain stand out. In addition to its country houses and its abundant olive groves or vines, they are especially attractive in winter because of the thousands of almond trees that dress the landscape in white. It is also advisable to visit the Natural Park of Ses Salines. The salt flats extend over the south of Ibiza and the north of Formentera, and the sea that bathes them is the habitat of a large part of the oceanic posidonia prairies.
For its part, the cultural World Heritage of Ibiza is concentrated mainly in the upper area of Ibiza, Dalt Vila, considered the best preserved coastal fortress of the Mediterranean. It is one of those places that can be discovered by taking short walks through narrow streets and squares.