A walk to the summit of the highest peak on Ibiza. Views through the trees are better than expected and virtually all the climb is accomplished before the summit with an easy track walk for the return.
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The grade of this walk is M/B, which means
M – Moderate: up to 12km in length, less than 400 metres ascent and less than 50% rough going.
B – Less than half the route on rough ground
|Directions to start
Follow the PM803 from Ibiza town to San Josep and soon afterwards turn L towards Cala Vedella. Go around the bend to the R and several hundred metres along this road find a minor concreted road on the LHS with space for one car a few metres up or alternatively a gravel layby on the RHS of the main road just a few metres beyond the junction with potential parking for 2/3 cars. (There is also limited parking near the roundabout 700m further W)
|Start point (Lat/Long)
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|Walking time (hours)
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|Recommendations or Restrictions
|Section of road walking at start is along very busy road – take care!