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  • The coast of Ibiza has a total of 50 beaches in a distance of about 210 kilometers
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The turquoise colour of the water in Ibiza is one of the greatest attractions during the summer months. Its transparency makes bathing on the beaches a unique experience, whether in one of the beautiful bays, practising waters ports or en route in a recreational boat.

The island of Ibiza is surrounded by some smaller islets, the most notable one of which is Es Vedrà, which is the natural monument par excellence on the island of Ibiza. Found in the municipality of San Josep, it has become a symbol of the island, both thanks to its beauty as well as the legends that surround it. The islet is almost 400 m high, making it impressive from the proximity of the coast. This islet is populated by goats, following a tradition of its ancient owners, who left their flocks there so as not to have to worry about them escaping. Cala d’Hort beach or Es Savinar watchtower are two perfect places for contemplating the islet.

Enjoying Ibiza from the sea is one of the great attractions for visitors to the island. Getting to hidden bays or magical nooks and crannies by boat is a highly recommended option. The island has three water sports centres, one in Santa Eulària, another in Sant Antoni and the last one in Sant Josep, which operate as activity centres. During Holy Week, two of the most important competitions on the Mediterranean, the Salt Route and the Ophiusa, are held in Ibiza.

The salt pans that existed in the Phoenician period in Ses Salines now share the space with an ecosystem of great ecological value, rich in birds and wildlife, in which human activity and ecology live together in harmony. Ses Salines has been a Natural Park since 2001 and has an extension of 400 hectares. Some 50 species of birds nest in its wetlands and about 200 wading birds (stalks, flamingos and herons) and birds of prey among other species make stop-offs here.

In the depths of the water, scuba-diving lovers will find an added attraction to the island. Sa Pedrera, Ses Margalides, Es Vedranell and the Bledes Isles are some of the most spectacular places for scuba-diving.

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