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OUR PICK OF THINGS TO DO IN IBIZA IN NOVEMBER

 

OUR PICK FOR IBIZA IN NOVEMBER


November has arrived and has brought to Ibiza a very welcoming brise.


Although there is some melancholy in the air that the hot, busy and bubbly summer has now passed, there is also a sign of relief to be able to easily breathe at noon and be able to still keep functioning after lunch.


The autumm weather has now started and with it the ideal climate for sports and events that accompany it.


 


TREKKING


Trekking to discover the island hidden corners is one of the favorites at this time.


Beautiful, recondit spots can be found every where around the island you just need to either find a group that can direct you or get a guide and lead the way. Always ensure that you are equipped and you can find your way back.


 


 


 


ROUTE IBIZA - CAP MARTINET - S'ESTANYOL


- Starting point → Port of Ibiza 


- Approximate time → 2,30 - 3 hours


 - Distance → 13.3 kilometers - Elevation → 110 meters 


- Points of interest → Port of Ibiza; Views from Dalt Vila, historic site World Heritage Site; Ses Feixes. 


- Remarks → Route suitable for almost all publics. It can be done with specific strollers for hiking. We start our trip leaving the port of Ibiza on the right side of Santa Eulària Avenue. We pass by the Maritime Station of Formentera to take the Joan Carles I walk. 


We follow it until we reach a roundabout where we turn left, and at the next roundabout (the one on Avenida 8 de Agosto), we turn off to the right to get to Talamanca beach. Once on the beach, We leave behind the famous "Floating Bar" and walk along the wooden walkway that runs along the beach of Talamanca until we reach the end, where the area of ?????? Ses Feixes will be left.


 When the walkway ends, we will continue walking along the avenue, always skirting the sea, until we reach the Sa Punta Restaurant. At that time, we take a street that goes up to the left until we reach the main road: Cap Martinet avenue, where we turn right. We went up until we found crossroads, and from there, we followed the paved road on the left. We continue along a gentle slope until we come to a dirt track that goes up, we take it and follow the dirt road, always straight. Small paths lead to houses from this dirt road, until it begins to descend; Then we reach the next detour and continue in the left direction. 


We go down the road without leaving it. We descend even more until we find a closed environment that ends in a fence that closes a private estate. Although the road continues, we have to take a track that is on the right, which later becomes a path where we will find a white transformer light house. We continue until we reach a wide path that, on the right, it goes down to the beach of S'Estanyol. Once there, to return, we retrace our steps and follow the dirt road until we reach the paved road on which we have turned left. That road takes us in the direction of Jesus. When we leave behind the football field of the town, we will arrive at crossroads that on the right indicates Jesus and Santa Eulalia and, to the left, Ibiza and Cap Martinet.We crossed the road and climbed the road that we found facing. We continue along this paved road that runs between stone walls. On the right we can see the town of Jesus


Following this road we will arrive at Avenida 8 de Agosto, passing by the classic Torres Tallón ice cream parlor. We continue on the left until we reach a pedestrian crossing, where we cross the avenue to face the Ibiza Gran Hotel. We continue along the avenue until we come to the junction on the left, which takes us to the Joan Carles I promenade. We take it in the direction to the right and, when the walk is over, we will return to the point where we started our route. where we cross the avenue to face the Ibiza Gran Hotel. We continue along the avenue until we come to the junction on the left, which takes us to the Joan Carles I promenade.We take it in the direction to the right and, when the walk is over, we will return to the point where we started our route. where we cross the avenue to face the Ibiza Gran Hotel. We continue along the avenue until we come to the junction on the left, which takes us to the Joan Carles I promenade. We take it in the direction to the right and, when the walk is over, we will return to the point where we started our route.


 


DANCE SEASON 2018


"Hariak" is presented in Ibiza on the 24th of November. Hariak means, threads in the Vasc language.


 


Its a modern dance play where art, theather, puppets and dance, get mixed to produce an original and contemporary piece.


The play will be represented on the 24th of November at Cas Serres.


If the tickets are bought in advance the cost is 8 Euros and 12 Euros at the door.


You can book them on the phone +34 680 104 856 (Monday through Friday from 10 to 15 hours). You can also get your tickets on-line through ticket sale website of the Consell de Ibiza. https://vendaentrades.conselldeivissa.es/


 


VISIT SANTA AGNES


Santa Agnes is part of the traditional rural Ibiza: in the village there are a couple of bars, shop a leather craftsman and a church built in 1812


 In this quiet, tiny village located in the northeast of Ibiza it has never been a large population center, as its 400 inhabitants live in houses scattered throughout the countryside. In fact, many residents come to Pla de Corona, the plain that precedes the people, to vibrate with the spectacle of almonds in bloom.


 Hence the village landscape is part of the traditional rural Ibiza. In the village there are a couple of bars, shop a leather craftsman and church built in 1812, which keeps inside a statue of Our Lady of the Rosary also the nineteenth century. Near the village is a viewpoint from which to contemplate Ses Margalides little islands.