Driving Tours, Ibiza
San Carlos is a sleepy village which was very popular with the hippies in the 1960s. They used to hang out in a bar called Anita's bar which is still there and a good place to stop for a coffee or food.
We had the luxury of having relatives in Ibiza who drove us around the island. But normally we'll rent a car and explore and Ibiza is perfect for that. Make many stops along various beaches, stop in at little cafes, etc.
It's a new and exicting off-road touring/training company located in the belearic island of Ibiza. A fantasic location for off road riding and enjoying the beaches, nightlife and nature.
They cater to "All Riders", from beginners to experts, individuals to groups, and to satisfy anyone's budget, or need for a great adventure.
Allriders will take you to beautiful offroad locations and supply you with a complete set of riding gear,bikes, and professional instruction or guidance.
It is the most rewarding adventure and experience not to be missed!
Trips are from one day to five with Accomodation,Gear, Guide & Bike (Suzuki DR-Z 400E & Honda XR600 r)
For Bookings/Inquirys Contact:
Shlomo 'Momy' Bahalul
Spain: +34 679 277788
Netherlands: +31 641699233
As i had no car, i decided to explore the landscape by this minitrain. Well, the landscape was nice, but the train driver was hell! He wanted to make fun of everything, and that was too much. But if you are willing to ignore that the train ride is ok - but better do the tour by car or by bike perhaps, although there are a lot of steep hills...
The tour did go to Santa Agnes - in fact a bar and a church and nothing much more. The train ride cost 11 Euro, 2 hours incl. a free drink in Santa Agnes.
Yes, rent a car to visit the beaches along the coast, but remember that sometimes it can be crazy LOL
We got our car through Avis, thanks to my travel points, but if they ask you to get a full insurance, my recommendation is YES no doubt about it, you will feel more confortable driving around.
It is very difficult to descibe this wonderful experience, except magical. The road tho Santa Vicent is quite actulally like driving into a movie. The people on the Island are increadibly friendly and the views are breathtaking. I would storngly recommend renting a car and exploring the island during the day...... I spent a couple of hours a day on the beach sunbathing and a couple of hours a day exploring the many hidden points of interest and beauty in the magical white Island.
Hire a car and drive into the mountains.
Unbelievable scenary and very quiet.Park up and walk along one of the many footpaths.
A beautiful drive leads from Sant Carles (San Carlos) along the coast to Cala Sant Vicent (San Vicente).