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3 places to reach with a private chauffeur in Ibiza, and make your trip to the island an unforgettable experience

Ibiza has a magical geography and, even though it’s a very small island, it has many places to experience. It is true that advertising and massification sometimes take everyone to the same places, but at Dispesa Group we make sure to provide the true experience of our island during every trip you take in Ibiza.

3 places to reach with a private chauffeur in Ibiza, and make your trip to the island an unforgettable experience

Sa Pedrera de Cala d’Hort


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Sa Pedrera is part of the Cala d’Hort natural reserve. Its scenery has led many throughout history to associate it with magic and spirituality. Above all, due to its proximity to Es Vedrá.

In fact, hippies who arrived here in the late 60’s made this place one of their sanctuaries. This can be seen in the rock formations, where they sculpted fish, buddhas, peace symbols, flowers and a few other things.

This enclave used to be used for the extraction of marés (a type of sandstone), so, in this case, the shapes of the rocks are due to human action. However, further exploring this area will bring you to natural saltwater pools, flanked by tall cliff-like rock formations. The sight is as unusual as it is shocking.

To arrive, you must drive towards Cala d’Hort and take the detour you will find to your left. Official guide books don’t provide much information about this nudist cove, which is why we can say that transportation in Ibiza for such an occasion merits a private chauffeur who is not only familiar with the route, but can provide the best recommendations to enjoy this plan, which will surely extend to the whole day.

Cova des Culleram



Photo: Xescu Prats

Hidden between the mountains and the forest lies one of the most important archeological sites of Ibiza: Cova des Culleram.

Within it, we will be able to discover a sanctuary where the Phoenicians came to venerate and worship the goddess Tanit, the main Carthaginian deity associated with fertility, fortune and love, among other attributes.

The inside of the cave can be visited, as it is easy to access. So you get an idea, it is believed that this enclave served as a domestic refuge during prehistory. However, between the V and II century B.C., the Punics turned it into a place of worship, which was likely attended by believers from the entire island, who came to make offerings.

To arrive at this marvel, you must get into the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja, a kilometer from the well-known Cala de Sant Vicent. A part of the trip will have to be on foot, and we assure you that it is worth it, because you will not only enjoy the most authentic aspect of Ibiza, but will also be left with the image of a lookout 200 meters (about 650 feet) above sea level. The views of the area from this vantage point are impressive.

After exploring the cave and visiting the lookout, there are various sites around the area that we wouldn’t want you to miss. If you please, you can hire a private transportation service and, with it, continue your route towards the settlement of Balàfia, one of the best examples of traditional architecture of the island, or get to know Cala Benirràs, where the festival of the drums is celebrated on summer Sundays. We assure you, this will be the kicker to mark an idyllic day!

The monument and gates of Cala Llentia



Between the beaches of Cala Codolar and Cala Llentia, there is a curious monument. It consists of two gates facing one another, symbolizing a small room. What is peculiar is that this room has no walls. The space is delimited only by some rocks that form a low wall and the floor, with ornamental designs.

The gates of Cala Llentía are a very pretty place for taking pictures and enjoying the cultural fusion of Ibiza. Through them, from the right angle, you can see Es Vedrá, without losing sight of the engravings and Arabic motifs of the gates, among which a jamsa, also known as “the hand of Fátima”, stands out. This is an element that the Muslim and Sephardic Jew cultures share in common.

Although the creator of the gates is unknown, a few meters from them lies a work of Andrew Rogers, commissioned by Guy Laliberté, founder of Cirque du Soleil, entitled Time and Space. It consists of 13 gigantic basalt monoliths. The largest, in the center of the monument, measures no less than 20 meters in height and has received at its peak a plating of 23 karat gold.

Although it looks like a solar clock, Rogers says that the structure represents the movement of the planets around the sun, having aligned the group with the sunset of the winter solstice.

To arrive here it is necessary to drive towards San Augustín, then take the detour towards Cala Conta. The best time to go is during sunset, since the views and the color of light make the experience even more unforgettable. We recommend that you reserve transportation beforehand, since the place is relatively distant. If you’re up for it, going with a local private chauffeur like the ones provided by Dipesa Group means ensuring the experience, because in addition to enjoying your trip with the greatest comfort, you will be able to learn a thousand details and secrets that only a local can share.

Welcome to our home. We hope that you enjoy your visit. You can count on our company to create memorable experiences out of every trip you require in Ibiza.