All aboard the Ibiza Tourist Train for a fun-filled trip along the beautiful 'tracks' through the hills, valleys and pinewoods of the island. Enjoy the sunshine, cooling breezes and the scent of rosemary and pine as you see the spectacular scenery with stunning views from on high. Make sure you take your camera!
Departing from Santa Eulalia, the tours wind 15 km through beautiful countryside taking you to various attractions and sandy beaches.
Choose from two train trips:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays at 10:30 am the train takes you along country lanes to the fishermen's cove of Pou des Lleó, then to the bay Cala Boix where you will have time for a drink and a short walk. Back on the train to travel along the famous coast of Cala Mastella and a stop at Cala Lleña beach, before you head to the picturesque village of San Carlos, where you will have time to visit the 18th century church.
Saturdays at 10:30 am the train takes you to the church in San Carlos, the famous hippy market 'Las Dalias', and to Cala Nova beach.
ALL RIDES depart at 10:30am from the Santa Eulalia promenade, in front of the jetty where the boats depart to Formentera, duration approx. 3 hours
Available from: May 15th to October 15th
Price: Adults 16 euros, children (under 12) 8 euros, up to 3 travel free.
Duration: 3 hours
Departs from: the promenade of Santa Eulalia, in front of the jetty where the boats depart to Formentera
Departs: every day except Wednesdays at 10:30am
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Catalan
Drinks & snacks: can be purchased at some of the stops along the way
Tickets: The ticket is valid for any of the trips
Recommendations: we advise you bring water, sun cream and a swimming costume.
Cancellation policy: If you cancel 48 hours before the departure date as indicated on your voucher, you will be fully refunded.
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