Buggy Route Ibiza (3h)

    • Ibiza Balears
    • Offered in Spanish and English
    • Max 6 people
    • 270 EUR per person
      Purchase 2 Tickets and Get a 5% Additional Discount
    What will we do?

    After meeting at the meeting point, and having had an explanation from our guides on how to drive the buggies, we will start the adventure!

    This experience is for two buggy seats.

    We will start the tour driving by road to SA TALAIA, a peak that will allow you to enjoy a panoramic view of the island. We will combine asphalted terrain, ascents and descents in slopes through the mountain, enjoying the most exciting driving. 

    This will be our first stop to appreciate the incredible views, do you have your camera handy? 

    We will continue the tour by road, towards ES VEDRÁ viewpoint, where we will make a stop to take pictures, have a drink or water and enjoy the spectacular scenery. A very mystical place full of positive energy. 

    2nd stop, we return by the same way to the road towards CALA VADELLA, we will enter by the shore of the beach and climb to a viewpoint between pines and stones. We will appreciate a beautiful beach of turquoise waters, escorted by rocky walls.

    From there, we will go to CALA MOLI, attractive and quiet beach surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, and CALA TARIDA, which we could include in a trilogy with CALA COMTE and CALA BASSA which we will visit next, going into the nature, crossing mountains and the best sunsets ever seen. 

    Leaving CALA COMTE we will head towards TORRE DE ROVIRA, a mythical stop that will allow us to enjoy this impressive natural environment from a completely different perspective, where we can take a dip in one of the largest natural pools you have ever seen. 

    3rd stop: then we resume our tour, driving through the mountains until we reach CALA BASSA, a beauty of white sand and turquoise blue sea. 

    Finally, after 3 hours of travel, adventure and fun, we will conclude the tour returning to the starting point.

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