COUNTRYSIDE, Ibiza

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  • Green and blue
    Green and blue
    by Carmela71
  • COUNTRYSIDE
    by jose_a_juan
  • COUNTRYSIDE
    by jose_a_juan
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    Open your eyes. 2006.

    by Steve-H Written Nov 6, 2006

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    100's of years old.

    Favorite thing: Sadly most of the visitors to Ibiza only notice the neon lights. Get out into the countryside and take a good look around, it really is a marvellous place. This fantastic gnarled old olive tree was spotted on a cross country walk to a beach.

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel
    • Road Trip
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Do not miss the countryside....

    by Carmela71 Written Jun 15, 2004

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    Green and blue

    Favorite thing: Driving along the island it amazes me the amount of trees still preserved, I mean, you should have seen Marbella 20 years ago, we had a big Forrest that now has been sustituyed by nice urbanisations ….

    I love how it has been preserved the island.

    Also I was curious about the vineyards we founded all over the island.

    But it should not surprise me as the Island of Ibiza and Formentera were called in the ancient time the Islands Pitusas, that mean the islands with Pines…

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    Se Salines Natural Park.- in...

    by jose_a_juan Written Sep 18, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Se Salines Natural Park.- in this natural reserve long beaches are bordered by flats for salt producer and am ecological wealth of humid banks and hills, chosen annually by hundreds of birds during they migration to the warmer zones in Africa. Many flamingoes have decided in recent years to stay in this huge humid which is considered as one of the most interesting in Europe.

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    THE PAYES HAUSES.- These...

    by jose_a_juan Written Sep 20, 2002

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    Favorite thing: THE PAYES HAUSES.- These typical ibicenco country buildings are composed of a series of independent cubes which are according to the necessities of the family.

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