Walking, swimming or cycling. On the beach, in town or cross-country... You can enjoy a wide variety of sports at this destination in Spain, and they are suitable for people of all ages. They can be classified into three categories:- Nautical tourism: in Ibiza you can swim, dive, do a paddleboarding class with the family or go on a kayaking trip to explore the Posidonia meadows, an underwater plant native to the Mediterranean.- Hiking routes: this Balearic island offers trails with varying difficulty levels, so there are routes suitable for people of all ages. Some of the options are: hiking from Portixol beach to the Punta Moscarter lighthouse, marvelling at the almond trees in bloom in Pla de Corona in the spring, or following the island’s only river, the Santa Eulalia, all the way to the beach.
Swimming in the open sea, hiking to soft sandy beaches and cycling along the seafront are just some of the sports activities on offer in Ibiza. Active and sustainable tourism that will allow you to discover this Spanish island, making your trip an experience that will enrich both your body and mind.
- Cycling: you can explore the island on a bike by following the signposted routes that pass through various villages and natural landscapes. There are a number of cycle tourism activities organised from November to May, such as Pedal Day in November in Ibiza town.To finish off this Spanish sports programme, in September you can participate in the Ibiza Town Half Marathon or chill out with a kickboxing session on the beach. Can you think of a healthier and more sustainable way to discover Ibiza?