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Ibiza

Ibiza, the third largest of the Balearic Islands.

The picture below I have taken some years ago. I have travelled many times to Ibiza, to this wonderful island. Personally, Ibiza is very important for Lisa and me. More about later… 🙂

Ibiza City
Ibiza City

 

Mediterranean flair
Mediterranean flair

 

Ibiza is a rock island. The coast mostly has these high cliffs with its characteristic conifer trees.

The coast
The coast

 

 

Beautiful beaches and bays

West – Ibiza: Cala Salada Beach

Cala Salada Beach
Cala Salada Beach

 

Cala Salada Beach is a small bay with beautiful blue colored water. Normally, the beach is not too crowded. If you want to calm down and enjoy a bay with a small sandy beach, then you are right. But Attention: You have to climb over some rocks. (on the right sight of the picture) It is not difficult to reach the beach, but I have hurted my head twice…

Swimming at Cala Salada Beach
Swimming at Cala Salada Beach



 

rocks at Cala Salada Beach
rocks at Cala Salada Beach

 

West – Ibiza: San Antonio Beaches

San Antonio Beach
San Antonio Beaches

In and around San Antonio are different types of beaches. In the center of San Antonio there is a long sand beach. The sea is flat and the ground is sandy, too. You have a wide offer of water ski and other activities. Unfortunately, the beach around the center is stony and not really pretty (as you can see in the picture above).

 

my brother and me water skiing
my brother and me water skiing

 

South – Ibiza: Las Salinas

The most popular beach in the south of Ibiza is Las Salinas. (span.: Ses Salinas) The long white sanded beach has enough place for many people and is visited very well. It might be said that there are too many people during summer time…For those of you, who want to to enjoy silence, better go West to Cala Salada Beach.



This is Lisas and my first picture. I have met her in Ibiza and was immediately fallen in love 🙂

our first picture
our first picture

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