Photographs of Ibiza



Not quite the expected climate. A fresh wind combined with a drizzle gives us a good training for a tour planned later in arctic regions. Nevertheless, with hindsight I prefer these conditions over a temperature of 30 deg C, but then we were a bit depressed walking in the rain along the Punta d'es Moscartes near Portinatx.


Es Portitxol, in bright sunlight, linked with the sea only via a small opening and hence with calm waters a good place for swimming around.
Punta d'es Moscarter Portitxol

From above

The view goes down at the sea 200 m below, Ses Balandres near Santa Agnes.

From below

Steep cliffs form the coast just north of Santa Agnes. Down to this place it's a long descent with no other way out than to climb up again.
Ses Balandres


One of the many small bights called Cala d'en Serra, with the usual boat garages all along the beach.


The ruins of a never completed hotel ruin the beauty of Cala d'en Serra, burned money in company with burned forest on the slopes nearby.
Cala d'en Serra Cala d'en Serra

The Coast

A long and lonesome path underneath a steep wall leads to this rocky bay called Corrals d'en Guillem.

Welche Bucht?


The weather was tricky during the first days in June, having a bath in the sea was not a popular activity.


Some trails along the coast do not fit the common cliché about Ibiza.
Rainshower Jungle


The chimney of a traditional house near Santa Agnes is lined up against a temporary blue sky.


Small sailing boats in the small harbor of Portinatx.
House Harbour


Eivissa is the biggest community on the island. It's worth mentioning thanks to its historical old town within the walls of a mighty fortress.