Explore Ibiza, Cap Martinet and S'Estanyol hiking around the island

- Starting point → Port of Ibiza

- Approximate time → 2,30 - 3 hours

- Distance → 13.3 kilometers away

- Ramp → 110 meters vertical drop

- Points of interest → Port of Ibiza; View from Dalt Vila, historic and Heritage; Ses Feixes.

- Observations → suitable for almost all public route. It can be done with specific strollers for hiking.

We start our trip from the port of Ibiza on the right side of the Avenue of Santa Eulària. We passed Formentera Maritime station to take the ride Joan Carles I. We follow until you reach a roundabout where we turn left, and at the next roundabout (the Avenue August 8), we turn to the right to reach the beach of Talamanca. Once on the beach, past the famous Floating Bar and we walked down the wooden walkway that runs along the beach of Talamanca to the end, where the area of ​​Ses Feixes we will be left. When the bridge is finished, we will continue walking down the avenue, always bordering the sea to reach the Sa Punta restaurant. At that time, we took a road up on your left until you reach the main road: Avenue Cap Martinet, where we turn right.

Cap Martinet

We climb until you find a junction, and from there, follow the paved road on the left. We continue along a gentle slope to run into a dirt track climbing face, and we follow the dirt road, always straight. From this dirt road are born small paths that lead to houses until she goes down; then we arrived the next turnoff and continue in the left direction. We walked down the road without leave. We went down further to find a very closed environment leading to a fence that closes a private estate. While continuing the way, we have to take a track that is on the right hand, which later becomes a path where we can find a little white house light transformer. Continue until one that, right, down to the beach of S'Estanyol wide road. Once there, to return, retrace our steps and follow the dirt road until you reach the tarmac road where we turned left.


That road leads us toward Jesus. When we move beyond the football field of the village, reach a junction on the right indicates Jesus and Santa Eulària and left, Ibiza and Cap Martinet. We crossed the road and went up the road we found face. We follow this paved road that runs between stone walls. On the right we see the people of Jesus. Following this path will reach the Avenue August 8, passing classical Heladería Torres Tallón. We go left until you reach a pedestrian crossing, where we cross the avenue to address the Ibiza Gran Hotel. We follow the road until a crossing to the left, which leads to the promenade Joan Carles I. We took it towards the right and when the ride is over, back to where we started our route.