Another thrilling way to keep exploring Ibiza coastline is by kayak. Paddle up around the island is a visual delight because the coastline is characterised by lush green hills, untouched natural beauty, rocky coves – ideal for a number of adventure activities.
In this blog we propose 3 kayak routes with a highlight on the most spectacular stretches and beauty spots around the island. The routes are designed to be taken in stages, at a leisurely pace and on calm seas, with kayakers staying relatively close to land and making the necessary stops for rest and replenishment. For this reason, the distances and duration of the outings are approximate, estimating an average speed of two knots or miles per hour.
Kayaking has become a sport of unrivalled simplicity, respectful of nature and the environment and, with nice all year weather of our shores, feasible throughout most of the year. It is certainly one the most enjoyable options for sea lovers: easy, accessible, low risk and suitable for all ages. In some part of the island you can also experience the beauty of the sunset while kayaking.
KAYAK ROUTE FROM PLATGES DE COMTE TO SA CONILLERA
TIME: 4 Hours
LONGITUDE: 6,3 Km
Starting from the beautiful beach of Cala Comte, this route will take you out into the sea and around Sa Conillera islet. For more information visits: San Josep Kayak Tour
KAYAK ROUTE FROM CALA SALADA TO RACO DE SA GALERA
TIME: 1 Hour
LONGITUDE: 4,3 KM
Starting from the wonderful beach of Cala Salada, the route will take you around the West coasts to enjoy the charm of a sandy beach surrounded by lovely fishermen’s huts. Once you start to border the coast, you’ll notice that there are many interesting rocky formations, and its flat shape make them an ideal area for bathing.
KAYAK ROUTE FROM CALA TARIDA TO CALA BASSA
TIME: 3.30 Hours
LONGITUDE: 7,2 KM
Starting from the wonderful Cala Tarida, this route will take you to the next sandy Cala Bassa. For more information visit: San Josep Kayak Tour.