The natural beauty of its countryside, a coastline characterised by a large number of beaches and small coves, some of which can only be reached by sea. Sea beds with prairies of Posidonia in the National Park of las Salinas, whose ecological richness was recognised when it was named World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. A wealth of possibilities which will doubtless ensure visitors have a pleasant stay on the islands. One mustn't forget the recently finished cycle routes which include road cycling and mountain bike routes stretching over a distance of 700km. Further features include the building of two sea stations, those of Santa Eulària and Sant Josep-Sant Antoni.
Throughout the 18 kilometres of natural sandy beaches, fringed by crystal clear waters, Ibiza offers a huge range of possibilities to cater for all types of preferences. On the majority of our beaches, there is the chance to do all kinds of water and outdoor sports.
For those who enjoy hill walking or rambling, the Ibizan coast is a paradisiacal place to spend time. Moreover, many of these beaches are not only of great natural beauty but also have a historical worth in that there are many remains of past civilisations, old defence towers and other signs of our past history that are of great interest.