Es Amunts, the spectacular cliffs of Ibiza
Can Pujolet is located between Santa Inés and San Mateo, the two smallest villages on the island.
The most fascinating treasure of this agrotourism is the walk to the cliffs. A 15-minute wander through the forest, promises a bounty of surprises for the curious explorer: the local variety of orchids, ancient stone beehives, lime or charcoal ovens, and neighbouring farmers' haystacks.
A mountainous and rural landscape declared a World Heritage Site, with few houses, all authentically rural. Where the fields are still cultivated and the sheep graze as they have always done through the generations. Where you can enjoy the most spectacular cliffs on the island, sharing breathtaking views with hawks and seabirds.
Without a doubt, the contrast between the steep walls that fall vertically to the sea and the intense navy blue of the horizon will leave you speechless.
Cala Sardina, Es Camp Vell, Ses Torretes, the ruins of the Punic towers Des Lluc, Cala Aubarca ... are just some of the walks that you can explore from Can Pujolet.
Thirty minutes by car will take you to any part of the Island so it is easy to visit the many places of interest.