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Ibiza Adventures: Ibiza Jeep Tours

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Before setting off on our epic adventure with Ibiza Jeep Tours, all we knew was that the day would be a non-stop tour of some of the island’s most beautiful locations. We began to list our options but our guides, Mariana, Luis, and Orlando soon informed us that every tour is different, created when the groups meet and they can assess everyone’s needs and fitness levels. 

Putting our fate in the hands of our capable guides, we were soon racing off from our pick-up location in Playa d'en Bossa and into the wilds of Ibiza. Like the coveted front seats on the top deck of the bus, we jumped into the back, blinds up, with the wind and panoramic views whizzing by us.  


Our first stop was the picturesque Sa Caleta Fisherman's huts. This beautiful pebbled cove is perfect for those seeking a more rustic sunbathing experience. A short walk up the hill we found ourselves at the ruins of the first Phoenician settlement on Ibiza, dating back to 654 BCE. Declared a World Heritage site in 1999, it was incredible to see this and learn more about it from our team of guides.

Of course, no trip to Sa Caleta would be complete without a walkthrough, and of course Instagram photo, of the famous rocky tunnel. It was simply breathtaking, with terracotta-coloured cliffs and the ice-blue water below. 

Back on the road, the three-strong jeep convoy headed through the green campo roads, leading us steeper into the hills until we reached the highest point of the island, Sa Talaia. At 475m above sea level, you can imagine the views. Lush green hills rolled on either side, with the towns of San Antonio and San Jose speckled between. 

Next, the glory days of Ibiza called as we were whisked to the artist's canvas, the Festival Club. Once a mecca for wining, dining, and dancing, it now resembles an open-air gallery, with walls adorned with brightly coloured and ever-changing graffiti. More incredible vistas were bestowed upon us as our guides began storytime about the venue's wild but short history on the island.

The stunning coastline of Cala Comte was our next destination, with the crew knowing all the secret backroads to get us right to the cliff edge. As we pulled up we were told that this is where they offer cliff jumping, to those feeling daring enough. Despite the crystal clear waters looking almost tempting, we politely declined. But, for anyone feeling bold and brisk, don’t forget your swimmers!

Instead, we enjoyed our refreshments as we gazed out upon the islands of Conillera and S’illa des Bosc and marvelled at the watch tower beside us. Once a defence tower for lurking pirates, it now, luckily, is just a beautiful piece of history to enjoy.

Our final stop the ‘Rave Cave’ is another steeped in magical musical memories. Tales of secret parties with music playing until sunrise are well-known, however now you’re more likely to find a yoga class or those seeking peace and quiet from the crowds.

Did we say final, well nearly! As a parting treat, the team led us to the mysterious rocky gem, Es Vedrà. Whether by day or at a glorious sunset (and they are GLORIOUS from here) it’s a view that simply takes your breath away. The perfect way to end a day filled with Ibiza treasures.


Book your Ibiza Jeep Tours adventure direct via their website.

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