The north-west coast of Ibiza offers stunning opportunities for hikers. All the way between Cala Salada and Port Sant Miguel, a distance of 23 km, there is no road access down to the sea, making this large area perfect for getting away from it all & hiking in nature, often down to the sea in a gorgeous secluded spot.
The landscape is varied, with ancient trails through pine and Sabina forest, sometimes on cliffy outcrops above the sea, but also with the way passing through the agricultural communities of Santa Agnes and Sant Mateu, with their distinctive rich paprika red soil.
Walkers can refresh themselves on secluded beaches, such as the gorgeous Portixol or Cala d’Albarca, where one will most likely be the only person in the crystal clear waters – a far cry from the bustle of the commercial beaches in the south of Ibiza. Ibiza still has many unspoiled wild coves & beaches, best explored by foot or by kayak, especially in Northwest Ibiza.