Es Vedra… there’s something, both sinister and mysterious, about the place. The myths surrounding it don’t help also as the island was the home of Homer’s sirens; UFOs are said to land and party here; the Phoenician goddess Tanit enjoyed the spoils of human sacrifice here; it’s the 3rd most magnetic spot on Earth; it has been called a part of Atlantis and the legends go on.
The 400 metres high island, despite being in clear sight of Ibiza, looks and feels as remote as any place can.
There’s actually two ways one can go about enjoying the island. The Restaurante Es Boldado at Calad'Hort, Ibiza is a brilliant place to catch sights of the island, though there are plenty of spots along the coast that might serve just as well, such as the Torre des Sarvinar (close to which, down and left facing Es Vedra, you’ll find people actually living there).
The other, less-taken way to go about it is by chartering a boat that will take you right up to the island, in the eye of the literal tiger. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Ibiza itinerary 5 days.
Es Vedra Travel Tips
- It is better to go to Es Vedra on a guided tour.
- Watch out for bad weather expectation.
Entrance Ticket Details For Es Vedra
- Entry is free.
- Paid guided tours available for Es Vedra.
How to Reach Es Vedra
- By taking a ferry or renting a boat.
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84.38% of people who visit Ibiza include Es Vedra in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
82.52% of people start their Es Vedra visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Es Vedra
92.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Es Vedra