"Allriders" gives thrill seekers the opportunity to discover ibiza's hidden paradise.
Motor Bike Tours are guided by freindly professionals that will take you on a enjoyable off-road experience on the magical island of Ibiza.
The small group of riders already in Ibiza have claimed this patch of heaven to themselves for too long.
Allriders will offer you a personally tailored holiday with Bike,Gear,Accomadation and Guide.
You may even bring your partner along on this captivating expedition!
Allriders is an adventure not to be missed.
The rewardsof a close up look at the countryside of Ibiza include a botanical treasury. If you are interested in plants and flowers here is a calandar:
January - mimosa bushes covered with yellow puff balls.
February - white and pink almond blossom, unforgettable as a blizzard; and on the hills giant blue iris, yellow gorse and tiny bee orchids.
March/April - fields of daisy, even daisy bushes, and pink field gladioli.
May/June - pomegranite trees with scarlet flowers,red poppies and bright yellow flowers of the prickly pear.
July/August - honeysuckle in yellow and cream, blue morning glory, and white and pink oleander. Bourgainvillea starts to sprout bright green leaves and scarlet flowers, by the beach the sea daffs push up from beneath the sand.
September - the white spike of the yukka plant, with geraniums , petunias and dahlias.
October - tiny narcissus and merendera
November - white and pink heather and rosemary bushes with tiny blue flowers.
December - orange and lemon trees bear fruit.
If you drive south from Playa de Bossa you will cross the Salinas before arriving to Ses Salinas Beach.
The salinas was they way of getting the salt from the Sea since the roman times. In this days there are more chemical ways of doing it, but in Spain you will find some Salinas working as in Almeria.
Working or not, even if on photos does not do justice to the real beauty, going south to the beaches, you can stop for a photo.
Ibiza is a small island, only 44 kms from end to end, but it helps to have a local to show you around. Adrian has been a resident for four years now and we still love to go off exploring, this year we found the old dolphinarium ( see tourist traps tip ) There are plenty of old windmills still standing in the countryside so we stopped to admire one and grab a cold beer too.
There are some great little beaches off the beaten path on the island. The ideal way to get to these is to rent a little jeep, get a guidebook and a map and head off driving. Most beaches on the east of the island are quieter than the western shore. You can probably expect nudists in some parts of the quieter beaches.
The zone of Atlantis, also known as the Point of Boddha, was the refuge for many young people during the hippy ere of the island, and today is still very popular and subject to many visits. To get to this spiritual refuge you have to arrive to the pirate tower near the islets of Es Vedra y Es Vadranell in Cala D´’Hort.
That’s my almond trees pic. In Ibiza there are a lot of almond trees all over the island. A mandel tree is not a very nice tree, not to big, anything special. Only in Feb. and Mars it gets full of very small white flowers and all the countryside in Ibiza gets lake in the Photo. It’s very colourful.
The Pics were taken in the Santa Ines Valley.