In search of sunsets, cliffs and secluded bays in the unknown Ibiza

A great natural landscape that we must mention when we speak of Ibiza is the es Vedrà und es Vedranell and the rocky islands of Poniente Nature Reserve. The reserve is located between Ibiza and Formentera.

The es Vedrà und es Vedranell and the rocky islands of Poniente Nature Reserve Is one of the largest and most attractive nature reserves on Ibiza. It is located in the island´s west and southwest, in the municipality Sant Josep de sa Talaia, surrounded by unspoiled beaches, cliffs and a horizon of rocky islands that make this place unique and special.

If you love nature, the sea and its surroundings, the es Vedrà und es Vedranell and the rocky islands of Poniente Nature Reserve is an ideal option to switch off on holiday. Vedrà is the island´s iconic image of the island and has a high biological value, thanks to the flora, the endemic fauna, the marine birds, the Pitiüsa lizard and the large number of invertebrates on the rocky islands.

The rocky islands are always exposed to the sea and the wind, and have no soil. Despite these difficult conditions many species survive here.

The rises in this part of the island are part of their strengths. Due to their high ecological value some of the land cannot be visited. Here is the highest point of the island, Sa Talaia, which surpasses the rest of the mountains with its 485 meters.

The other face of Ibiza offers incredible sunrises and sunsets, forests and mountains, ideal for hikers who want to explore and discover this natural reserve of Ibiza.

The only access to these rocky islands is across the sea. For this you need a boat and the relevant permits.

 

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Camí Cala Carbó-5, 3
07830 Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

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http://www.balearsnatura.com/

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