26 Sep Best lookout points in Ibiza: enjoy the view
We could say that Ibiza is the temple of electronic music for excellence. But the island is also known for its turquoise beaches, its small paradisiacal coves, its sunsets… and, of course, its spectacular views. Are you going to travel with your partner and want to surprise her every day? In this post we propose the best five viewpoints on the island, to surprise your partner with the best views every sunset.
Singles of the world, even if you don’t have a partner, this is also your place. These viewpoints are ideal to rest after a hiking route, to spend the afternoon reading, to have a cool drink watching the views. In short, to enjoy relaxation and nature whether or not you are lucky in love!
1. King James I Viewpoint
Locals also know it as the Dalt Vila viewpoint. If you come to the island for a few days, this is the one you shouldn’t miss. This viewpoint has a perfect perspective of the best spots in the city, as well as sightseeing the fantastic Mediterranean Sea. It’s perfect to finish your visit to the historic centre of the city.
2. Cap Negret Viewpoint
The Cap Negret lookout point is located 3 kilometres from San Antonio de Portmany. It is the ideal place if you are looking for tranquillity, to disconnect from the bustle of the island and to enjoy in a unique way impressive views of the sea.
3. Torres des Savinar
During the day, the views from this viewpoint on the island are great, but when the sun sets, you can’t miss it. This viewpoint is actually known as the Pirate’s Tower, and it is one of the enclaves of Ibiza that will leave you speechless. The panoramic view of this place focuses on the natural reserve that is formed on it and the islet of Es Vedrà.
4. Puig de Missa Viewpoint
This viewpoint is located very close to the area of Santa Eulalia. What makes this place stand out from the other viewpoints is its great history. In addition, the environment surrounding Puig de Missa is very traditional, as they are white houses marking the purest Ibizan style.
From this viewpoint you can admire the sea and the village of Santa Eulalia, as well as its river and the large fields. At the top of this enclave there is a cosy church. This church is fortified and was built in the 16th century.
5. Sa Talaia Viewpoint
To finish with the top 5 we have opted for the highest point of the whole island. This is the viewpoint of Sa Talaia, perhaps one of the least known by tourists, but most admired by locals. It is not suitable for those who have vertigoes, as this place is suitable only for the most daring.
You will be able to access it in your own vehicle, public transport… whatever you prefer. However, if you are one of those looking for strong emotions and have an adventurous spirit, there are hiking / cycling routes to get to Sa Talaia. Ready?
Remember that these 5 places are only recommendations of places you can visit during your stay in Ibiza, but, of course, there is much more to discover. Why don’t you travel to the island and tell us about your experience? We are waiting for you!