Typical Short break stay

2 nights, 3 days

We meet in front of the pretty church in San Juan, where your adventure starts straight away with a guided walk up to La Montaña.

Your guide will share local history along the way, as you stop to smell the flowers and herbs.  By the time you arrive at La Montaña we hope you will already feel grounded and relaxed, leaving the stresses and strains of modern life far behind.

A typical 2 night stay includes

  • 1 Host/Guide throughout your stay

  • 2 nights accomodation

  • 2 dinners at La Montaña including fresh local produce and specialities, Ibiza wine, cold beers and the family homemade cake, a speciality of Toby’s Mum

  • Evening activities of stargazing and sunset walks

  • Plenty of free time for you to relax, unwind and enjoy the surroundings - do as much or as little as you like

  • Optional extras like horse riding, kayaking, snorkelling etc can be included

  • Local musicians can be arranged to come and entertain you during your stay

  • 2 days of walking/activities - for example;


Day 1 Walk - San Juan Valley

A circular walk into the beautiful valley of San Juan, stopping off for lunch at a traditional Ibicencan restaurant.  Your guide will lead you through ancient pathways, passing through farmland rich with orange, lemon, almond and carob trees.  

We visit the village church and the traditional wells where it’s encouraged to leave a blessing and make a wish!  


Day 2 - Walking and Kayak Adventure Day with Picnic Lunch

Explore the North of the island from a whole new perspective! We start the day with a stunning walk to the beautiful bay of Cala San Vicente.  From here we get on the water to kayak round to pretty Portinatx with it’s iconic lighthouse, the tallest in the Balearic islands.

Once at Portinatx beach we have time to relax, sit back and enjoy a bit of sunbathing, swimming and a delicious beach picnic packed full of local treats.  

We then round off the day with a lovely walk back to La Montana via the ancient pathways once used by hunters, taking in the abandoned terracing where the air is rich with the scent of pine and herbs




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