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BEACHES & Beach-Clubs

Here are some tips about a stay in Ibiza:

You can get more info on most of these at the Ibiza island official web
site, http://www.ibiza.travel

Ibiza beaches main infos: http://www.ibiza.travel/en/playas.php

An Ibiza beaches map and basic guide is downloadable at http://www.ibiza.travel/img/descargas/23_en_mapa_playas.pdf
and this one:
http://www.ibiza.travel/img/descargas/1_en_mapa_playas.pdf

(There is also another Ibiza beaches map at the villa's dossier in the salon)


> CALA JONDAL :

About 1,5 km off Villa El Algahr.

The Blue Marlin at Cala Jondal, fantastic beach beds, restaurant, open beach-disco for the sunset and evening/night till 24h ... Hard life here .
http://www.bluemarlinibiza.com/category/news/
Blue Marlin videos:
http://www.bluemarlinibiza.com/category/video/
Sundays seems to get much more people there. Great party time.

Sometimes you also have nice live music and also at nearby
Tropicana beach-bar.
It seems that they offer also excellent breakfast.

Driving directions:
http://mapq.st/1IJnL7A


















 
Beach lounging at Cala Jondal: All of the four beach-bars at Cala Jondal and the beach-bar at Es Xarco creek just behind offers excellent waiter serviced beach loungers, massages, beach-boutique, restaurant, bar, nightlife. Hard life here!




At Cala Jondal,  Yemanjá is another fantastic and trendy beach-bar-restaurant at cala Jondal, very appreciated by connaiseurs for its excellent dishes (relatively not expensive) by the sea, and open all the year around.

About 1,7 km off Villa El Algahr.

Just beside The Blue Marlin. Same owners.
 http://www.yemanjaibiza.com/index.html

Driving directions:
http://mapq.st/1IJnL7A




Also at Cala Jondal,  Es Savina beach club, at just the center of the beach there is also  more tranquil anf family orientated, ... famous "paellas" there.
About 1,5 km off Villa El Algahr.


Also at Cala Jondal,  The Tropicana Ibiza  at the north-east part of rhe beach, it's a fantastic beach-bar-club-restaurant:
http://www.tropicanaibiza.com/en/tropicana-beach-bar/




> Cala Es Xarco, just beside Cala Jondal
Take it to the left from my picture 4 at
our driving directions .

Driving directions MAP :
http://mapq.st/1CTF0wd
About 1,5 km off Villa El Algahr.

It's a nice, beautiful and peaceful little wild creek.
A beautiful walk from there hiking or by car is to take it's country lane that goes to the West, to Port Roig creek, one km or so away, a beautiful promenade, nice too for jogging and mountain biking.

Charming "Es Xarcu" beach restaurant at its southest part offers great local seafood and paellas, including local lobster and famous "raos", rotja, lubina, and more.
A high quality restaurant not to be missed.
Also offering dinghy service and deliveries to their client's yachts.
Owned and managed from more than 35 years by the same local family.
Reccomended by Michelin.
++Restaurante Es Xarcu
A tripadvisor link here
[less than 2km from Villa El Algahr and from Villa Can Jondal Kos]
Cala Es Xarco (just beside Cala Jondal)
RESERVATIONS (better): 971 187867
Cala Es Xarco - Porroig - Sant Josep - Eivissa
email: restaurante@esxarcu.com
May to October











> Port Roig is a large creek with beautiful views. Very near the villa.

About 1,5 km off Villa El Algahr.

There are small fishermen cabins at a creek and a small beach and creek at the south of the bay, hardlly accsesable by a small path through the cliffs.




> Es Torrent
beautiful and wild creek and beach is located at the Porroig bay.
About 3 km off Villa El Algahr.

Surrounded by beautiful cliffs, Es Torrent is an unspoiled beach made up of mostly pebbles and a very small strip of sand. Not for day-partiers or disco bunnies, you’ll spy signs in various languages that expressly forbid radios and beach balls, making Es Torrent the perfect playa for those who need to a quiet day to de-stress. Silence is golden! The clear blue water is perfect for swimming and snorkeling.

http://ibizainside.com/inside-ibiza/beaches-and-bays/es-torrent.html
http://www.white-ibiza.com/ibiza-beach-es-torrent

Es Torrent beach-bar-restaurant (link)
offers a wonderful selection of traditional Ibicenco fish dishes and is complemented by a spectacular view of the red, cliff-lined coast, the crystal clear sea and adjacent pine groves.
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/empresa.php?fid=685
http://estorrent.net/index.php/en/

tripadvisor review link


>
Es Cubells it's a pretty tinny village (link)
About 6,5 km off Villa El Algahr.
See this driving directions here.
Great sea views from the cliffs at the terrace of Bar LLumbi (tripadvisor link), nice and affordable restaurant, local managed and cooking (+34 971 802128), facing the sea beside the little white typical and pretty white church.
See this panoramis views:
http://www.panoramicearth.com/4021/Ibiza/Es_Cubells
 

Driving Directions :
http://mapq.st/1Plutzx


> Once at Es Cubells, don't miss the little beach-restaurant Ses Boques at the tiny pebble beach Ses Boques, a bit further Es Cubells, follow the signs from the main square by the church:
Link:  Ses Boques Restaurant, and a review at tripadvisor here.





> A bit further Ses Boques, there is a hidden & wild Cala Llentrisca pebble beach (no bars, short walk trail from the cars):
Driving directions: http://mapq.st/1IcOXKm





>
Cala d'Hort
About 6 km off Villa El Algahr.
A beauty. Very crowded parking and traffic jam in high season ... better arrive there very soon in the morning, 8 or 9h am.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cala_d%E2%80%99Hort
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=787






Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (15 min., 11 km):
http://mapq.st/1IcIY87



> Cala Carbó
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=788





There is a good and known restaurant there: Can Vicent.
Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (21 min., 15 km):
http://mapq.st/1OXvzqg






>
Es Bol Nou is a small beautiful wild pebble beach and creek, at 4km from villa El Algahr.


 
  


Also named Sa Caleta (as there is a small fishermen creek just beside called Sa Caleta).
A nice place for a walk and a swim.
Just  there is a famous Phoenician basement.
There is good restaurant,
"Sa Caleta" signed here and there, just before my picture 3 If I recall, at the villa El Algahr's driving directions.
Depending on years, currents, winter tempests, there is or there is not some sandy areas at this pebble beach, but once into the water it should have lots of sandy seabed.
Slight slope, good for younger kids.


Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (6 min., 3,6 km):
http://mapq.st/1FN1jZa



> Cala Llentrisca.
A hidden gem, out of the crowds even in high season.
No bars, you have to bring your own Red Riding Hood picnic rattan bas
ket...
or come boat with everything onboard.
Peaceful and almost deserted beauty.
The crescent shaped beach offers crystal blue water and tranquility.
The scenery and natural beauty of Cala Llentisca makes it well worth the journey.
It's a secret Ibiza's beach!
SSSSHHHHH .... don't tell anybody ...


Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (17min., 10 km ... + walking path):
http://mapq.st/1IcOXKm
(there is a walking path to the creek...)


> "Cala Conta" (= Platges den Compte in local catalan language) beach and nearby  creeks are beautifuuuuullll. You must go to the Sant Josep village and then from there to Sant Antonio a few meters, first cross to the left is signed Cala Conta, Cala Tarida and others, I guess.
A beautiful place to explore and film.
And have a swim.
Around there are beach bars and restaurants, as the SUNSET ASHRAM http://sunsetashram.com/
...
and
don't miss S'Illa des Bosc Restaurant at Cala Conta East

Beach info: http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=793&ct=beaches




Don't miss S'Illa des Bosc Restaurant at Cala Conta East

Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (22 min.,  19 km):
http://mapq.st/1OXIFDI




> Cala Bassa, one of the top ten Ibiza sandy beaches, and one of our favorites. Near Platges den Compte.
Beach info: http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=794&ct=beaches

A Great beach-club-bar-restaurant there, Cala Bassa Beach Club:
http://www.calabassabeachclub.com/


Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (20 min., 17km):
http://mapq.st/1OXotln


> Ses Salines famous and long sandy beach, beach bars as Malibú are excellent,
http://www.ibizamalibu.es/en/



  ... and at the end of the beach there is the small Sa Trinxa beach bar with a DJ at evening and cool people. SA TRINXA, http://satrinxa.com/

Beach info: http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=781&ct=beaches

Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (22 min., 15km): http://mapq.st/1FN3wUp



> Es Cavallet.
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=780
Just very near Las Salinas, a must to visit is this wild sandy beach is Es Cavallet, with
its beach-bars The Chiringay, and the fantastic "El Chiringuito".
http://www.elchiringuitoibiza.com/
https://www.facebook.com/elchiringuito.escavallet/photos_stream

It's a beautiful sandy beach with wild unspoiled environment, very
cosmopolitan and tolerant people (Ibiza famous style) meet there, lot of
nudist people and gay people like it a lot also.
It's said that gays enjoy the "crossing" sport at the dunes and junk forest .
For any kind of people, this beach is a must to discover.





Driving directions from Cala Jondal/Villa El Algahr (22 min., 15km):
http://mapq.st/1IcBqCu

> Playa Cala Tarida
One of the best classic beaches in Ibiza, a bit crowded due of her success, with great sunsets, 2-3 sandy beaches, two 4/5 stars hotels,
a small-boats yacht marina (Cala Corral), a sailing school, windsurf and hobie-cat rentals, rent-a-car, pharmacy, shops, supermarkets, lots of amenities, and beach-bars, and restaurants, including the great and newly opened COTTON BEACH CLUB classy beach-club-bar-restaurant and CAS MILA restaurant:
http://www.cottonbeachclub.com/
http://www.restaurantecasmila.com/








 

 




> Playa d'en Bossa. (link)
One the longest (2,7 km) sandy beaches in the island, Platja D'En Bossa. It's one of the most visited beaches, since it is surrounded by many hotels, restaurants, and retail shops. A bit crowded by lot of cheap tourism, it offers anyway some great beach-clubs, and is very near Ibiza town (5 km) and to great discos:
Bora-Bora
(official link) (link)
Nassau beach-club(link)
Usshuaia
beach-club and disco-hotel (link)
Space disco (link) (maybe the largest disco in Europe)
+ many others


> Cala Mastella
This unknown and secluded small cala and beach is famous by its small fishermen restaurant, but it's also a delight to explore.

http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=814
http://www.panoramicearth.com/709/Ibiza/Cala_Mastella


> Cala Llenya
Another nice sandy beach in the norteast, past Santa Eulalia village.


> "Aiguas Blanques" at Sant Carles is a beautiful, large and wild sandy beach under the cliffs, many nudists like it also.

>
Sol den Serra. AMANTE beach-club-restaurant at the north-east is also fantactic for a tranquil time in a great scenery.
Located  Cala Llonga, at "Sol den Serra" creek and wild beach.
Also great for romantic weddings!
http://amanteibiza.com/





Below is a sandy beaches summary taken from above, plus some extra driving directions:

A tiny nearby wild creek (actually two creeks, one nudist)  that may worth exploring one morning, is "Es Bol Nou", with a good restaurant, "Sa Caleta".
On your way to the airport from the villa El Algahr or Can Jondal Kos, after Cala Jondal, first cross to the right to the airport/Ibiza, then a few meters away is signed "Sa Caleta Restaurant" to the left.
Driving Directions:
http://mapq.st/1PlzeZV

A nice and affordable local restaurant I like is located at "Es Cubells" tiny village, 3,6km off the villa, also worth a visit, "Bar LLumbi", facing the sea just beside the pretty white and authentic typical Ibiza church.
Driving Directions:
http://mapq.st/1Plutzx
Leaving the villa to the left, then to the right, then left, then left to the end to Es Cubells.

Of course, classic best-of-Ibiza sandy beaches are very nice and nearby, Salinas, Cala Bassa, Cala Conta, Cala D'Hort, etc., hereb some driving directions form El Algahr and Can Jondal Kos villas at caal jondal:

Salinas:
http://mapq.st/1PlLQjJ

Cala Bassa:
http://mapq.st/1OXotln

Cala Conta:
http://mapq.st/1OXIFDI

Cala D'Hort
http://mapq.st/1IcIY87

Cala Carbó:
http://mapq.st/1OXvzqg

Hidden & wild Cala Llentrisca (no bars):
http://mapq.st/1IcOXKm

Cala Es Boques & Restaurant Es Boques:
Just a bit before Cala Llentrisca, once past Es Cubells.

And the fantastic Es Cavallet wild beach:
http://mapq.st/1IcBqCu




... to be continued ...
... please email us with your tips and discoveries!

Have a nice holiday!

BOATING
See our "Boats in Ibiza" site here.




TENNIS
At the best Ibiza's Sports Club: IBIZA CLUB DE CAMPO
link here
Great restaurant, Bar, Kids Kindergarten, Pool, Paddle, Gym, etc..
Druiving Directions From Cala Jondal (10km drive approx.):
http://open.mapquest.com/embed?hk=1bh7tE7


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WINES!
From the main enotecum.com wine shop (3 shops in Ibiza island) you can order excellent wines, in english via this email  info@enotecum.com what you want choosing from their website or from this suggestions list:

Vinos Tintos  (Red wines)        
           
FINCA ANTIGUA CRIANZA     7.90        LA MANCHA   
BORSAO     5.20        ARAGON   
CANTOS DE VALPIEDRA     10.38        RIOJA   
MARQUES DE MURRIETA     18.30        RIOJA    RESERVA
RODA     25.90        RIOJA    RESERVA
LUIS CAÑAS SELECCIÓN FAMILIA     25.40        RIOJA    RESERVA
AZPILICUETA CRIANZA     8.60        RIOJA   
YSIOS     16.80        RIOJA    RESERVA
LA MONTESA     11.50        RIOJA   
CEPA GAVILAN     10.60        RIBERA DUERO   
VIÑA PEDROSA     18.60        RIBERA DUERO   
EMILIO MORO     19.50        RIBERA DUERO   
REGALIA DE ANSUERO     5.90        RIBERA DUERO   
HITO     10.20        RIBERA DUERO   
CEPA 21     26.40        RIBERA DUERO   
ASTRALES     26.90        RIBERA DUERO   
           
           
Vinos Blancos  (white wines)     
           
PAZO MARIÑAN     8.50        GALICIA   
JARDIN DE LUCIA     14.20        ALBARIÑO   
TERRAS GAUDA     22.50        ALBARIÑO   
JOSE PARIENTE VERDEJO     11.20        RUEDA   
JOSE PARIENTE SAUVIGNON BLANC     9.60        RUEDA   
MENADE VERDEJO     7.50        RUEDA    ECOLOGICO
MENADE SAUVIGNON BLANC     9.70        RUEDA    ECOLOGICO
EL PERRO VERDE VERDEJO     10.20        RUEDA   
ALBORADA VERDEJO     5.50        RUEDA   
LIBALIS AFRUTADO     6.20        RIOJA   
CARE CHARDONNAY     8.60        ARAGON   
           
           
Vinos Rosados  (rose wines)        
           
VIÑA BUJANDA     5.20        RIOJA   
CHATEAU L'AUMERADE     13.80        COTES DE PROVENCE   
LA ROSA     8.50        PENEDES   
SALMON NATURE     9.50        RIOJA   
LIBALIS AFRUTADO     6.20        RIOJA   
FINCA FABIAN     4.20        LA MANCHA    ECOLOGICO


ENOTECUM
971.193.900
Polígono Can Bufí (industrial area near Ibiza town)
Almacén Enotecum
07800 Ibiza

or at Ibiza town:

ENOTECUM
Av Isidoro Macabich, 43
07800 Ibiza
Tel.: (+34) 971 193 900
 Email info@enotecum.com

http://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Enotecum/147114568655512


They deliver to the villa at no extra charge (expect a tip for the driver of 2 or 3 Eur).
For the first delivery tell them the driving directions are at: http://elalgahr.com/GUIDES/Driving_Directions.pdf


I have no idea (yet) which wines to choose from them, all would be good wines for sure, and specially treated and transported from their origins so they don't go bad



Jellyfish wikipedia link

Cala Jondal is the first beach in Europe with special nets and scientiist against jellyfish! Benefiting from a 3Million Euro leading research project from the EC.

Sometimes there ara jellyfish colonies here and there at some places of the beaches and creeks.

Say one day every 40 days or so at a specific area of a beach or creek
.

Most jellyfish stings are painful, but not seriously harmful.


They can be there today and the day after dissapeared.
Sometimes to the West Coast, sometimes to the  East coast.
Most of the jellyfish that can be occasionally found in the Mediterranean and at Ibiza are only lightly to medium harmful to swimmers, and stung their venom causing harm similar as a
fire burn.

If you are stung by a jellyfish, or better before, see this link at wikipedia  ...   and this other link about what to do and what not to do.
White vinager is a popular relief solution, never fresh water, yes salt water, and there are special purposely marketed products at pharmacies (a good idea to have any of them with your bath and sunbathing equipment) that helps also if you are stung by one of them.

Bear in mind that even it exists a
very harmful jellyfish type, the "Portuguese" one, those are not found in Ibiza as for now. If stung by any of those portuguesse jellyfish, don't use vinegar as per the common jellyfish, but salt water. Anyway, this stung requires immediate medical or hospital treatment, call 112 (or +34 112?) from your mobile for emergency help.

Touching or being touched by a jellyfish can be very uncomfortable, sometimes (very rarely) requiring medical assistance; sting effects range from no effect to great local pain as a burn ...
Most of the times is a light but uncomfortable
5 cm local pain, that will relief in a day or so.
Even beached and dying jellyfish can still sting when touched.

Besides asking without shyness to others (not believe local waiters!) if there are or there are not jelly fishes where you want to swimm, a good idea is to have at hand a small scuba or swimm glasses (sold for cheap at any nearby souvenirs, decathlon or sports shop) and explore yourself, or send forward the most valiants of your troup to explore the waters before swimming, and then you can enjoy the clear turquoise waters in peace.

Ecologic and local Ibiza and Mediterranean authorities are studying very seriously how to fight them, and it's expected in a next future to import (or to locally raise) lots of sea turttles (avid jellyfish eaters) and other jellyfish natural predators, as well as to contract large captures to the fishermen, or create special cleaning patrols, as first large measures.

For now, Cala Jondal is the first beach in Europe with special nets and scientists against jellyfish! ... Benefiting from a 3Million Euro leading research project from the EC.


NIGHTLIFE

At evening and night, Blue Marlin at Cala Jondal is very nice.
There is lots and good party life in Playa den Bossa beach
area, near Ibiza town, *Bora-Bora*, Nassau, Ushuaia, are some of the best disco-beach-bars up there.
Also at Ibiza old town, at the port area La Marina, *Calle
(calle=street) La Virgen*, there are lots of small famous night bars .
And at Sant Antonio also there are lots of English bars with nightlife,
with a must to see bar at the sunset area of *Sant Antonio, The Cafe del
Mar and nearby famous bars by the rocks and by the sea, with famous
music and sunsets.*

More info on Ibiza nighlife:
http://www.ibizaclubbing.co.uk/
http://www.ibizaclubbing.co.uk/parties/2013/ingpartydates.shtml
http://www.ibizadiscoticket.com/index.php?a=calendar

http://www.ibiza.travel/en/nocturno.php

Best macro-disco in Ibiza for me is Amnesia (look at amnesia.es), near
Ibiza, they will  6 June,  I guess.
Pacha disco is  all the year round, as well as many one in the Playa den Bossa area, Ushuaia, Bora Bora, Nassau, Space, etc.
Also famous other ones are, marked with  the ones I guess they are  by now end May.

Amnesia http://www.amnesia.es
Privilege http://www.privilegeibiza.com/
SPACE of sound Playa den Bossa http://www.spaceibiza.com/
*Pacha* http://www.pacha.es/es/content/en-ibiza ?
*Bora Bora* http://www.boraboraibiza.net/
*Ushuaia* http://www.ushuaiabeachhotel.com/
Nassau beach-club(link)
Zoo project http://www.thezooproject.com/ ?
Km 5 http://www.km5-lounge.com/  (lounge bar & restaurant)
*The Blue Marlin Ibiza* Cala Jondal (beachdisco-bar-restaurant)
(see "Blue Marlin Ibiza Closing season 2012 (Full HD)" at :
https://secure.flickr.com/photos/el-algahr-de-ibiza/ )
http://www.bluemarlinibiza.com/
Cafe Mambo
Ocean Beach Club  http://www.oceanclubibiza.com/  

And also:

Keeper (café-bar) (Ibiza port Marina Botafoch area  also at low season
Café Sidney (café-bar) (Ibiza port Marina Botafoch area)  also at low season
Es Paradis (disco S. Antonio)
Puerto de Ibiza (café-bar)  also at low season
Cafetería Montesol (café-bar)  also at low season
Cafeteria MarySol (café-bar)  also at low season
Cafe Anita at San Juan(café-bar)  also at low season
Las Dalias (café-bar + hyppymarket)  also at low season
*Café del Mar Sant Antonio* (café-bar) http://cafedelmaribiza.com/  also at low season
Bambuddha (café-bar-restaurante) http://www.bambuddha.com/  also at low season

Café Mambo at San Antonio:
http://www.cafemamboibiza.com/
http://www.theibizapaper.com/news/20142467-cafe-mambo-at-20/


SOME more PLACES TO VISIT & EXPLORE

> Santa Ines (
Santa Agnés da Corona) village and valleys and cliffs in the
north, ... it's a very small village located in a large magic valley famous for its cherry blossoms.
From Santa Agnés to the left there is a little road that takes you at
about 2km or so to a small wooden bar where there is a small trek that
goes to the north a few meters and where you have a splendid view of the

> Ses Margelides bay and cliffs, very high from the cliffs.
From there a bit backwards it's my favorite path, a hidden goat path that goes
to the left, to the west, horizontally under the cliffs, one or two km, to the cape Cap Nonó anf further, a
fantastic and impressing promenade, ... if you find the trail. At the wooden bar they know about that goat path to Cap Nonó.
(Not advisable if you suffer vertigo)

> At San Juan area there is a funny famous hippy market named Las Dalias,
but maybe  only on Saturdays, nice to get some presents to your
beloved ones, and also great for a beer as there are a nice bar there
usually with live-music.

> From Santa Agnés (Santa Inés Village), to the east, there is a
*beautiful country road that goes through hills and valleys to Sant
Mateo (Sant Mateu), Sant Miquel  and to Sant Joan* ancient and small
villages. This tour is about 15 km, and you will feel as your were lost
in time and place. A must to have a restful beer is at *San Juan the
tipycal Anita's Bar*, an old hippy bar.

> Good sandwiches "bocadillos de jamón serrano y pan tumaca" (a must to
try) are at the small village *Santa Gertrudis, at Bar Costa* and at Bar Es
Canto. Many people say those are the best sandwiches of the island.

> In May there is a Medieval "tapas" Festival (small aperitif snacks) contest in Ibiza town, worth to visit:
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=2600


OUTDOOR FUN!

> Mountain bike routeshttp://www.ibiza.travel/en/cicloturismo.php
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/ciclismo.php
http://en.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=1114665
http://www.intothewild.es/en/


> Rent-a-bike and guided tours:
ibizasport   http://ibizasport.com/ing/index.html
ibizamtb   http://ibizamtb.com/index_eng.html
rideibiza   http://rideibiza.com/
http://ibizabtt.com/
http://www.kandani.es/en/

> Many hiking trails at Cala Jondal and at Ibiza, look after after them at http://www.wikiloc.com
http://en.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=1114665
(this trail above pass by El Algahr!)

IBIZA TRAIL MARATHON
http://ibizabtt.com/maraton_trail_n/index.html


> IBIZA HORSE VALLEY: Fantastic horse riding treks at the http://ibizahorsevalley.com/ (they have also very tranquil horse for non riders), in the north of the island, at a magic hidden valley and hills, in the natural park of Es Murta; a place where horses can live wild and free in a canyon spanning 70 hectares.






IBIZA HORSES (JONDAL)


Riding school and tours at Cala jondal

Just 2km away from Villa El Algahr (1km cross country), from the villa to the right, then to the left to beautiful Porroig creek way, then at the left.
http://ibizahorses.info/?page_id=103
http://ibizahorses.info/?page_id=78
Wir sprechen Deutsch.
Kontack: 00 34- 646 500 691
oder 00 34- 971 80 22 44
CONTACT: http://ibizahorses.info/?page_id=70

All levels school - Jondal Tours




More Equestrian Sport links in ibiza:

More links:

http://ibizahorses.info/?page_id=93
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/hipica.php




RENT-A-CAR
AND MOTORCYCLES
Better to rent from a company that delivers and picks your car AT the airport.

AUTOS MARI offers our guests a free class upgrade in class A, B and C cars, and a free extra (baby seat, etc) in the other classes.
In "comments" just add  this keyword to get those discounts: "elalgahr"
Plus 5% extra discount if booking online.
From 19€/day



https://www.hertz.com (best? more expensive?)

http://www.motoluis.com (also scooters, also delivered to the villa)

Classic restored Vespas (+guided tours): http://www.legendsibiza.es/index.php/en/vespas

Cooltra scooters click here

Harley Davidson: http://www.us-motos-ibiza.com/IbizaRentals.php



And also the nostalgic and fun 2CV, old Land Rovers and funny two-seat classic cabrio sport-cars replicas at: http://www.ducksunited.com/index.php/en



Shopping:
At Cala JONDAL, at the TROPICANA IBIZA beach club, there is the little Tropicana beach-boutique for pareos, bikinis, fashion and romantic dressing at very affordable pricing.


At the north of the island there is one of our favorite shops, a nice country-boutique at San Carlos, with beautiful boots, shoes, bags and looots of nice handcrafted accesories, from a hippie family, a must-to visit place!: WORLD FAMILY IBIZA
http://www.worldfamilyibiza.com/
http://www.worldfamilyibiza.com/world-family
Not cheap, but fantastic and unique art pieces, unforgettable!

 
  



A famous hippy-market (and bar-restaurant and cool nightlife) is LAS DALIAS, also in San Carlos, in the north of the island:
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/empresa.php?fid=1100&ct=shopping

More on shopping at Ibiza:
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/compras.php

Last tips:

Just some last tips:

An Ibiza's beaches map is here
(There is also another Ibiza map at the villa)

Places you MUST visit and explore, AT LEAST SOME OF THESE, and take some
pictures and video shots:

(you can get more info on most of these at the Ibiza island official web
site, http://www.ibiza.travel )

The Blue Marlin at Cala Jondal, for the sunset and evening/night,
Sundays seems to get more people there.
Sometimes on Sunday evening you have nice live music at nearby
Tropicana beach-bar, Cala Jondal.

Cala Es Xarco, just Cala Jondal (take it from my picture 4 at
my driving directions (elalgahr.com, link at the bottom).
It's a nice little creek, take the country lane that goes from there to
the West, to Port Roig, one km or so away, beautiful promenade, nice too
for jogging and mountain bike.
*Port Roig is a large creek with beautiful views.*

A small beautiful wild cove and pebble beach with some sandy bottoms at 4km from the villa is Es Bol
Nou
, also called Sa Caleta (there is a also small fishermen creek just
called Sa Caleta).
A nice place for a walk and a swim.
You will find it as it's just the Sa Caleta restaurant, signed
here and there, just before my picture 3 at my driving directions.

Cala Conta beach (=platges den Compte) and nearby creeks are beautifullll. You must go to
the Sant Josep village and then from there to Sant Antonio a few meters,
first cross to the left is signed Cala Conta, Cala Tarida and others, I
guess. It's a bit far away from the villa, say 15 km, but a beautiful
place to explore and film. And have a swim for the sportiest of you.

Es Cavallet sandy and wild long beach is a must to visit, and its two beach-bar-restaurants, El Chiringuito
and The Chiringay.
Also there lots of nudidsm and gay ambiance, one of the most minded and liberal beaches in Europe.

Las Salinas beach, and at the end of the beach the *Sa Trinxa beach bar*
with a DJ at evening and cool people.
Just very near Las Salinas, *a must to see beach is Es Cavallet*, with
its beach-bars *The Chiringay, Chiringuito. *
It's a beautiful beach with wild unspoiled environment, very
cosmopolitan and tolerant people (Ibiza famous style) meet there, lot of
nudist people and gay people like it a lot.

Santa Ines (Santa Agnés da Corona) village and valley and cliffs in the
north*, its a very small village located in a magic valley.
>From Santa Agnés to the left there is a little road that takes you at
about 2km or so to a small wooden bar where there is a small trek that
goes to the north a few meters and whre you have a splendid view of the
*Ses Margelides bay and cliffs*, very high from the cliffs.
>From there a bit backwards there is a *hidden goat path trek that goes
to the left, to the west, horizontally by the cliffs*, one or two km, a
fantastic and impressing promenade, if you find it.

At San Juan area there is a funny famous hippy market named Las Dalias,
but maybe fully only on Saturdays, nice to get some presents to your
beloved ones, and also great for a beer as there are a nice bar there
usually with live-music.


From Santa Agnés (Santa Inés Village), to the east, there is a
beautiful country road that goes through hills and valleys to Sant
Mateo (Sant Mateu), Sant Miquel and to Sant Joan* ancient and small
villages. This tour is about 15 km, and you will feel as your were lost
in time and place. A must to have a restful beer is at *San Juan the
tipycal Anita's Bar*, an old hippy bar.

Good sandwiches "bocadillos de jamón serrano y pan tumaca" (a must to
try) are at the small village *Santa Gertrudis, at Bar Costa* and Es
Canto. Many people say those are the best sandwiches of the island.

On May there is a Medieval "tapas" (small aperitif snacks) contest in
Ibiza town, maybe worth to see:
http://www.ibiza.travel/en/articulo.php?fid=2600

At evening and night, there are good party life in Playa den Bossa beach
area, near Ibiza, Bora-Bora, Nassau, Ushuaia,are some of the best
beach-bars up there.
Also at Ibiza old town, at the port area La Marina, *Calle
(calle=street) La Virgen*, there are lots of small famous night bars .
And at Sant Antonio also there are lots of English bars with nightlife,
with a must to see bar at the sunset area of *Sant Antonio, The Cafe del
Mar and nearby famous bars by the rocks and by the sea, with famous
music and sunsets.*

More info on Ibiza nighlife:

http://www.ibizaclubbing.co.uk/
http://www.ibizaclubbing.co.uk/parties/2013/ingpartydates.shtml
http://www.ibizadiscoticket.com/index.php?a=calendar

http://www.ibiza.travel/en/nocturno.php

Best macro-disco in Ibiza for me is Amnesia (look at amnesia.es), near
Ibiza, but as most of the discos in Ibiza they will not till 6 June
I guess.
Pacha disco is all the year round, but not sure if it's on
Sundays.
Also famous other ones are, marked with the ones I guess they are
by now 19 May.

amnesia http://www.amnesia.es/webapp/home;jsessionid=1plv11asrnnkf
Privilege http://www.privilegeibiza.com/
SPACE of sound Playa den Bossa http://www.spaceibiza.com/
*Pacha* http://www.pacha.es/es/content/en-ibiza ?
*Bora Bora* http://www.boraboraibiza.net/
*Ushuaia* http://www.ushuaiabeachhotel.com/
Zoo project http://www.thezooproject.com/ ?
Km 5 http://www.km5-lounge.com/
*The Blue Marlin Ibiza* Cala Jondal (beachdisco-bar-restaurant)
(see "Blue Marlin Ibiza Closing season 2012 (Full HD)" at :
https://secure.flickr.com/photos/el-algahr-de-ibiza/ )
http://www.bluemarlinibiza.com/
Cafe Mambo
Ocean Beach Club http://www.oceanclubibiza.com/

And also:

Keeper (café-bar) (Ibiza port Marina Botafoch area ?
Café Sidney (café-bar) (Ibiza port Marina Botafoch area)
Es Paradis (disco S. Antonio)
Puerto de Ibiza (café-bar)
Cafetería Montesol (café-bar)
Cafeteria MarySol (café-bar)
Cafe Anita at San Juan(café-bar)
Las Dalias (café-bar + hyppymarket) ?
*Café del Mar Sant Antonio* (café-bar) http://cafedelmaribiza.com/
Bambuddha (café-bar-restaurante) http://www.bambuddha.com/ ?


Apart from fantastic horse riding treks at the http://ibizahorsevalley.com/ (they have also very tranquil horse for non riders), in the north of the island, you may also try cheaper treks at this phone +34 649610251, about 15€/hour, (I didn't know anything about them yet).

Have a nice day!