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Ibiza Round the Island Challenge

3 nights from £445.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Scenic riding along the turquoise Mediterranean coast
  • Knowledgeable local guide showing you the best routes and locations on the island
  • Quaint villages serving local tapas
  • Contrasting landscapes of the rugged north and the tropical south
Ibiza Round the Island Challenge
3 nights from £445.00
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WE LOVEScenic Rides Overlooking the Mediterranean
Throughout your trip you will be treated to inspiring views over the glistening Mediterranean Sea. You will experience quiet, stone wall lined roads through rural countryside allowing you to get a taste for the real Ibiza.
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Whilst Ibiza is most well-known for its buzzing nightlife, it also offers beautiful secluded beaches to relax on. Cala Carbo is one of these, overlooking the stunning Mediterranean, this secret golden beach is one of the island hidden gems.

What's Included

Day By Day Ibiza Round the Island Challenge

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Arrival

Arrive in Ibiza. We will be waiting to take you to the hotel in Santa Eulalia. Check in and chill out.

Day 2Northern Loop

You will start in the north of the island, a swimmers paradise and perfect for those who enjoy a glass of Rioja as it’s the heart of Ibiza’s wine region. Northern Ibiza is laid back, rugged and much quieter than the south, and has forged a reputation as a wellness area.

The ride begins in Santa Eulalia, Ibiza’s centre of culture, and you’ll head along the east coast before heading inland to Sant Carles. If you’re looking for a mid morning snack, we recommend the local gazpacho in town by the church. The next part of the route takes you to Cal de Sant Vincent and as you head up into the hills, you will be greeted with spectacular views across the shore. Your ride continues across the island to the west side to Portinatx and you can grab a coffee by the lighthouse which offers magnificent views of the Mediterranean.

You will then head inland to Port Sant Miguel where, if you have time, you can check out the Cova de Can Marca caves, before riding back through the centre of the island, Santa Getrudis, and then on to Santa Eulalia.

Total distance80km
Day 3Southern Loop

You’ve seen the north and now its time to discover an altogether different landscape in the south. Boasting classic turquoise seas and white sand beaches lined with green palm trees, the south is truly an island paradise.

Your ride will head inland and towards the south before arriving in Es Cubells. Make your way down to the shore and take a break on the Cala Jondal beach, a beautiful bay to enjoy a mid morning croissant and coffee. You’ll then cycle on undulating roads before turning back towards the centre of Ibiza where you can ride through party central, Sant Antonio or choose to skirt round it. The ride heads back towards the middle of the island and you will go from the big town of Sant Antonio to quiet villages, before riding back to Santa Eulalia.

Total distance90km
Day 4Daparture

Check out from the hotel and we will take you back to the airport.

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What to Expect

Come and visit Ibiza and discover an island shedding its reputation for just stag and hen parties. From the beautiful cobbled streets of Ibiza town to gastronomic cuisine, Ibiza offers much more than just beach and partying. The cycling is usually on quiet roads with the more mountainous north offering awe inspiring vistas across the Mediterranean and the south offering undulating roads down to secluded beaches.

How's the Weather? in Ibiza

The SpringMarch to May
Spring in March, April and May offers the best riding conditions. The temperature is still cool before the summer however this does begin to rise significantly near the end of May.
The SummerJune to August
Ibiza is hot in the summer and can be quite humid. This is tempered by the breeze on the coast so you can enjoy some excellent coastal cycling as well as early morning rides or later evening trips.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Similar to Spring, Autumn is a great time to cycle in Ibiza. The summer heat has passed and the weather becomes perfect for cycling. You'll likely meet lots of other cyclists along the way.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter is slightly cooler with rain also more likely, especially in the heart of winter.

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