All the way on the other side of the island, the southwestern coast offers a very different experience, which you can see for yourself during a hike down to Sa Pedrera, also known as the “Atlantis of Ibiza”. In the 16th century, stone blocks were broken out of the coast to construct fortress walls – resulting in hollows in the rocks that resemble a sunken city. The path leading to this impressive structure, on which the waves of the sea break, is rocky and covered in roots – sturdy footwear is a must, and nature provides plenty of hiking sticks. The walk takes about 45 minutes. Once you’ve arrived, you can cool off in three natural stone pools.