Starting in the coastal town of Cala de St Vicent, you will rise up on a road before joining a forest path, then dropping to the coast before coming back over through the forests and back into Cala St Vicent to finish the loop.
After being transferred by taxi to the charming seaside resort of Cala St Vicent, you will walk across its coastal promenade before rising steeply up a road and to the edge of a thick forest. Entering the forest, the air is thick with the scent of pine and wildflowers, the welcome shade provides a dappled light to the winding paths. Dropping out of the forest you will walk across exposed ochre brown clifftops rising up above the azure, yacht speckled sea before rising up back through the forest and down to the sea.
Make sure you take some time out in Cala St Vicent to get a cold drink and look out over the beach, preferably at the end of the day!
There are some road crossings, always be aware of traffic and be sure to use a pavement/sidewalk where possible. Where it isn’t, walk on the left-hand side of the road in the direction of oncoming traffic.
Some of the ground can be uneven, with rocky/pebbly paths. Ensure you have suitable footwear and step cautiously when needed.
Ibizans like to have guard dogs, make sure you are sticking to the paths and not wandering onto anyone's property. most of them are harmless (and if not they will be chained up or behind a fence) but they will bark at you.
Food and Drink
There are no food points en route, however, you can find plenty of good eateries in Cala St Vicent.
Points of Interest
Cala St Vicent Beach
Like so many Ibiza beaches, Cala San Vicente offers a curve of golden sand with clear waters, backed by a promenade. It's safe, beautiful and in this case wonderfully wide, so even when busy in high season there's usually space to be found. Cala San Vicente is particularly impressive, however, because of its unbelievably brilliant azure water, and the spectacular clifftop lookout from the southern approaching road from which to view it.
Raco de sa Penya Blanca
This small bay separated by two spits of sun-bleached rock is full of deep blue water and dark green trees speckling the clifftops.
You will be transferred by taxi in the morning to Cala de Sant Vicent. At the end of the day you should return by taxi to Sant Joan de Labritja which we have not included so that you can take your time. You can contact Eivissa Taxis on +34 971 39 84 83
The ground can be uneven, so be sure to wear sturdy walking boots with suitable ankle support.
Swimming costume and towel.
Adequate sun protection is a must.