Exploring the Best Routes with Buggy Rental on Ibiza
One-day adventure on a Buggy
If you’re planning a vacation to Ibiza or currently enjoying one, and you’re considering Buggy rental but unsure where to go, this article is for you. In this article, we have prepared two suggested routes that you can explore with your rented buggy. Both routes start from the pickup point in the bay of San Antonio.
The first route takes you along the beaches of the western coast, showcasing breathtaking views of Es Vedra, a mesmerizing rock formation, and the stunning cliffs. Meanwhile, the second route guides you through the beach on the northern side of San Antonio, exploring the tranquil rural areas of Ibiza and visiting charming small towns along the way.
By following these routes, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the diverse landscapes and hidden gems that Ibiza has to offer. Whether you’re seeking picturesque coastal views or a more serene countryside experience, these routes will provide you with an unforgettable adventure.
Stay tuned for the detailed descriptions and recommendations for each route, ensuring you make the most of your buggy hire and explore the best of Ibiza.
Why buggy rental on Ibiza for a day is worth it?
Buggy rental for a day on Ibiza is an excellent choice for those looking to visit multiple places in a single day. One of the significant advantages of hiring a buggy is their compact size, making them easy to park and maneuver around the island. Not only are they user-friendly, but they also provide an enjoyable driving experience, adding an extra dose of fun to your journey. With a Buggy, you can effortlessly explore the island’s attractions and make the most out of your day on Ibiza. For more information on the 5 reasons why renting a Buggy car is worth it, you will find in-depth details in this article.
WEST COST BEACHES AND ES VEDRA VIEW POINT
ROUT – 46 kilometers
San Antonio Bay – Cala Conta beach – Time and Space Monument – Cala Tarida – Cala Vadella – Es Vedra View point – San Jose village – San Antonio Bay
1. Pick up your buggy from San Antonio
After booking a buggy on our website, you need to proceed to the pickup location situated in the bay of San Antonio, where your excursion begins. You can collect your buggy as early as 10 a.m. The route I have prepared for you is approximately 46 km long.
2. Cala Conta Beach
The first stop on the itinerary is Cala Conta Beach, where you’ll find a spacious and free parking area. It’s a beautiful spot that’s perfect for taking some memorable photos. There are also four restaurants nearby, where you can enjoy a morning coffee.
3. Time and Space monument
The next point of interest is Time and Space monument, which you can visit while driving from Cala Conta to Cala Tarida. This place is also called Ibizan Stonehenge. The stones are arranged to represent the solar system.
4. Cala Tarida Beach – swim stop
Following that, you’ll reach Cala Tarida Beach, where you can have a swim stop. Cala Tarida is a sandy and wide beach. You’ll find several restaurants and beach bars here. It’s worth stopping by, taking a dip in the sea, and cooling off before continuing your journey. You’ll find free parking here. Sometimes there’s a shortage of space for cars, but you’ll definitely find some place for a buggy. Renting a buggy is a great advantage, as you won’t have such a problem with parking.
5. Stunning View from the cliffs
The entire route between Cala Tarida and Cala Vadella takes you through a charming coastal villa neighborhood, offering picturesque views. The drive through Cala Vadella is especially breathtaking as the route takes you right along the beach. If you feel like it, you can also stop here. You’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants. Cala Vadella is another wide, sandy beach. On the way, while descending from the cliff to Cala Vadella, you’ll find a viewpoint. Be sure to stop here and take photos with the beach in the background.
6. Es Vedra View Point
From Cala Vadella you can proceed to the Es Vedra viewpoint. Here, you’ll find another free parking area and have the opportunity to capture some truly magical photos. Es Vedra is a magnetic rock that truly makes an impressive impression. It’s best seen from Cala D´hort Beach or the viewpoint. You can find more about the viewpoints to see Es Vedra in the article here. If you feel like it, you can climb the nearby pirate tower or, heading left from the parking area, descend to Atlantis. However, keep in mind that both expeditions require trekking preparation, including comfortable shoes.
7. San Jose town on the way back
For the return journey, I recommend passing through the town of San Jose. You can either follow the same route back or opt for a loop that takes you through San Jose before returning to the Buggy drop-off point. San Jose is a typical Ibizan village with a white church in the centre. It’s not a touristy place, but it’s worth visiting.
If you’re a beach lover, you can add Cala Bassa to your itinerary. It’s a beach located between the town of San Antonio and Cala Conta beach. Additionally, consider including Cala d’Hort, where you’ll enjoy a stunning view of Es Vedra.
The northern parts of Ibiza. Original and Bohemian Vibes
ROUT – 57 kilometers
San Antonio Bay – Cala Salada beach – Santa Agnes – the Stone Bridge – Santa Gertrudis – SLUIZ – San Antonio Bay
1. PICK UP YOUR BUGGY FROM SAN ANTONIO
Ready for an adventure exploring the northern part of the island? After make a booking of your buggy, you can pick up the car from our office in San Antonio Bay at 10 a.m.
2. Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta Beach
The first stop on our journey exploring the northern part of Ibiza is Cala Salada beach, along with its neighbouring smaller beach, Cala Saladeta.
One of the significant challenges at this beach is the parking issue. However, one of the advantages of renting a Buggy car is that you will be able to park here safely, especially if you arrive early in the morning. From Cala Salada, it’s worth taking a walk across the rocks to the neighboring beach, Cala Saladeta, which is one of the most beautiful beaches on the western coast. We recommend taking a dip in its crystal-clear waters.
3. Santa Agnes and Almonds Orchards
The road from Cala Salada beach to the small village of Santa Inés winds its way through a scenic path and almond tree fields. Here, you will also find the typical architecture of Ibiza, with beautiful white houses. In the town of Santa Inés, it’s worth making a stop at Bar Can Cosmi and trying the typical Spanish dish, tortilla. Bar Can Cosmi is run by an Ibiza family who prepares tortillas using vegetables from their own garden and fresh eggs.
4. The Stone Bridge on Cala Aubarca
The next stop on our route is specifically designed for those who love capturing unique and original photos. The Stone Bridge on Cala Aubarca is a stunning natural feature, providing a unique viewpoint for capturing the beautiful coastal scenery. It’s a must-see attraction for visitors in the area.
5. Ibiza North authentic and bohemian
During the journey to the town of Santa Gertrudis, you will have the opportunity to admire the authentic side of Ibiza, away from the tourist crowds. Here, you may encounter grazing goats and sheep, and immerse yourself in the aroma of herbs such as rosemary and thyme.
Santa Gertrudis is a charming village located in the heart of Ibiza, known for its bohemian atmosphere and artistic community. It offers a variety of trendy cafes, boutique shops, and art galleries, making it a perfect place to enjoy a laid-back vibe.
6. SLUIZ Store
SLUIZ Ibiza is a unique concept store located not far from town of Santa Gertrudis, offering an extraordinary shopping experience. With its vibrant and eclectic selection of fashion, home decor, and accessories, SLUIZ Ibiza stands out as a creative haven for those seeking one-of-a-kind items with a touch of quirkiness.
If you would like to add some additional highlights to this route, we suggest including the charming small beach called Cala Gracioneta and the viewpoint located north of Santa Ines, known as “Gateway to Heaven” – Puertas del Cielo
Safe travels and enjoy the ride!
Buggy Hire Ibiza – San Antonio
Engine: 300 cc
Required: Full car driving license
Age limited: 18+
One buggy is for 2 people
Make a booking today and enjoy your buggy ride
If you’re looking to embark on an exciting guided tour exploring the island’s captivating sights, including cliffs, beaches, and a variety of off-road trails, we invite you to join our two-and-a-half-hour buggy tours and quad tours. Our knowledgeable guides will showcase various intriguing locations while ensuring an unforgettable experience. One of the key advantages of these tours is that the buggies used are robust and capable of navigating off-road terrains with ease. Get ready for an adventure like no other!