Even if you ask her a hundred times, my mother will always tell you that the silence when walking along the cliffs of Cala Sardina is what helps motivate her to care for and nurture our rural house.
A walk of just fifteen minutes through the forest reveals as many surprises as the attentive eye can see: native orchids, ancient stone beehives, limekilns, charcoal furnaces, haystacks ... And a stunning sunset over the Mediterranean Sea that will remain with you forever.
On the way back, pause on the top of Camp Vell, the second-highest mountain on the island. There you can enjoy a panoramic view that stretches from mainland Spain to La Mola de Formentera, including the bay of San Antonio, the summit of Es Vedrà and Dalt Vila. A panorama that ensures you will want to explore Ibiza from your refuge in Can Pujolet.