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    In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.

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    Discover the other side of Ibiza...magical walks on the White Isle.

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Guided walking on Ibiza

 There is no better way to discover Ibiza than on foot…

Taking time out to walk amongst its rugged beauty, climb the rocky terrain and traverse Ibiza’s coastline, fringed by crystal clear waters, refreshes you inside and out.

Being born here, there are few spots I have not walked on Ibiza. After taking a walk around the full circumference of the island over 11 days and nights, I had a rare opportunity to fully drink in its landscape. As a result, I find my cup is always quite full!

Spending time in nature and discovering Ibiza’s secret beaches, hidden paths and seemingly never ending wonders is still a journey for me and one I love to share.

No matter what fitness level you are, I will find a walk to suit you & your group and be sure Ibiza will amaze and surprise you on route.

Tailor Made walks

Walking is a simple pleasure, but like most things in life, unless you’re on the right path it can get tricky!

I can help you find the right walk for the level for you or your group and ensure it’s a smooth, seamless operation with plenty of natural beauty. Similarly, I can find you a good challenge if that is what you’re after. Ibiza provides the perfect platform for all levels of walking & there is also the option of my walking tour, or a bespoke daily walking guide service, where I can provide, pick up and drop off and even a halfway picnic, should you require it.


If you are interested, please CONTACT ME!


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Community Walks

Clover Valley walk

Winter season – every Friday and Saturday.

Occasional walks in summer season.

As a resident of the island, you get to see the slightly less crazy months of the year, when winter sets in and the holidaymakers have gone home. This is one of the nicest times of year to walk here in Ibiza and get to know those who live here, when they are less busy working.

It’s a great way to catch up, see old friends and meet new ones, so I’ve set up a twice weekly walk on Fridays and Saturdays when all of us can get together whilst taking in the beautiful scenery.

This is not purely for residents and everyone is welcome. If you are thinking of moving here or want to meet those who are living here to get a more local perspective however, this is a good way to mine for information!

All walks start at 10am, though in summer to avoid the heat I also organise sunrise and sunset walks.

Always check the Facebook page HERE for locations, times and difficulty levels – plus photos of the walks you may have been captured in previously!

The suggested donation for this walk is 10 Euros and is greatly appreciated. Dogs are also welcome to come and join Cosmo on the walk and keep him company.


If you are interested, please CONTACT ME!

3 Day / 2 Night walks

Next walk June 2015.

Walking in the woodsA word that often comes to me on this island is the word trust.

When I walk it pops up a lot and I feel like that is something we should give in to, as more often than not we are too busy to notice anything!

Taking a break back in nature gives us a chance to tune in a little more and realign away from our creature comforts.

It is what I notice the more time I spend walking and the less time I am at my lap top when I took the decision to walk round the island with just a single euro in my pocket 3 years ago with my dog Cosmo. I trusted completely that we would be fed and watered en route…thankfully I was right.

Since then, requests to take others on this journey have come to me a lot, but some do not have the time for the full experience. I now offer 3 day 2 night walks and this includes food and drinks, guidance, tent, matt & insurance, not to mention a full spa day upon landing at the finish line.

To join us, you will need to have basic fitness, but boundless energy and be able to carry a 5kg day pack each day.

You will need to provide sleeping bag, rucksack & be sure you are insured medically.

We will take care of the rest for you.

The cost for the walk is €300 per person. Max 6 people.






A typical day

Las Salinas at sunsetEach day is organic and tailored to the group and individuals. The walk is not a race but a time to allow people to switch off and enjoy the outstanding beauty of Ibiza. We walk on average 15-20kms a day, there are some hills, but we go at the pace of the group.

We stop for lunch wherever we find a good spot to soak up the sun, and take in the deep blue of the sea and luckily Ibiza provides many such places. Ibiza has many uninhabited stretches of coastline which we always seek out on our hikes or to lounge upon for lunch or just take a break while we relish the cool blissed out breeze beneath the pine trees while relaxing with new friends.

All food provided on the trip is highly nutritious and where possible locally sourced to ensure the maximum energy from the island is consumed and of course, it’s all made with love.

Close to the camping stop for the night we will be met with our tents/ sleeping bags And provisions for the evening.

Once snuggled up around the camp fire near to some of Ibiza’s hidden beaches you will most likely find yourself gazing up at the star filled sky, eating a well deserved dinner reminiscing about the days with your new companions.

If you’d like more information, please CONTACT ME!

Around the Island October 11th, 2015

High view of Es Vedera with tree in foregroundWhen I took off with my dog Cosmo and just one euro in my back pocket to survive the trip a few years ago, it did strike me as slightly foolish. However, as the days passed and I encountered a barrage of generosity and adventure, I realised this was the trip that would change my life…and it did.

Having those 11 days without gadgets or gismo’s and just being fully immersed in nature threw a new perspective on my life. I felt more connected to nature, but more importantly with myself and my surroundings. I am fully aware the best things in life are for free and you could do this by yourself as I did, but sharing this journey is a special experience and having been asked many times to guide people on the route I took, it felt natural to facilitate this for others.

Walkers tent with sunriseI have taken many guests on this round the island walk. I usually book groups twice a year for this journey.

The next one will be on the 11th of October 2015 and I am looking for 10 active individuals to join me on this magical journey.

The walk will be inclusive with most of the food and drinks provided, you will need to be fairly fit and capable of carrying a 10-12 kg backpack.

Most of all I am looking for people who are up for a challenge, as this is no walk in the park! Ibiza has hills and rocks and big cliffs and breath taking beauty to be discovered. Even when you think you can’t take another step, a new view will inspire you to keep up and continue and we will all share in this life changing experience together.

Adventurer Island walk 2015

This is the full on experience, you will carry everything you need, be camping at stunning locations and really get back to nature in every way.  We spend 2 nights in hotels along the way and have food either delivered by the support vehicle every few days or eat at locals bars and restaurants.

For the 2 week experience the price is €1400.00.

Flights are not included to and from Ibiza.

You will need to provide; sleeping bag, rucksack, ensure you are fully insured medically and be full of boundless energy.

Take a look at the 2013 walk page for more information & testimonials and to get a feel for what you will experience.


If you are up for it please CONTACT ME!


Ibiza Charity Adventure

April 22-25 2015

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Sleep under the stars, feel the warmth of the wind as it rushes through your hair on a cliff road overlooking the Mediterranean, dive into crystal clear waters in a beautiful hidden cove, race through lush, green forests and discover the wonder of the magical island of Ibiza in a brand new challenge designed to simultaneously take your breath away while raising money for two fantastic causes.

Walking Ibiza and Bespoke Ibiza have come together to create Ibiza Charity Adventure – 22-25 April 2015: an exhilarating four-day program of hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and many more surprise outdoor activities combining the pursuits above plus one night camping and two nights stay at a hostel.

Embarking on the wonders of a new challenge and embracing the beauty of nature, this adventure is set to lead you on a journey of self-discovery – a way to shed the layers of everyday life and a trial which once achieved will undoubtedly freshen your outlook on pretty much everything. As well as opening up your own horizons, your Adventure will help generate more opportunities too for organisations which work selflessly to improve the lives of children with disabilities and cancer patients.

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Credit: Velo Club Ibiza

One of the charities is APNEEF – an Ibiza and Formentera based group working with children who have special educational needs. Their objectives are to improve the development and evolution of these children and to increase their quality of life and social integration by means of specialised programmes such as psychomotor therapy, equine therapy, multi-sensory stimulation, manual workshops and hydrotherapy, as well as any other treatment which helps to stimulate and rehabilitate.

The Samasound Association is the other organisation set to benefit from this fund-raiser. By offering sound healing to patients fighting cancer and other illnesses, results of this effective treatment are incredible and include strengthening of the immune system and allaying stress, leading to wonderful improvements in critical situations. The work of this group has now spread beyond Ibiza to the United States and they’re fighting to have sound healing recognised as a complimentary medical treatment.Ibiza Charity AdventureIMG_5130

To take part in the Adventure, on-island participants will be expected to raise a minimum sponsorship of €1250 with minimum €250 going to charity, although anything raised over and above the minimum sponsorship will also go to charity.

All food and drinks will be provided on the Adventure but participants will be expected to bring their own sleeping bag and of course, appropriate footwear and clothing. Tents and equipment will be provided. Spaces are limited.

For more information or to register contact toby@walkingibiza.com

If you are interested, please CONTACT ME!

If you’d like to go straight ahead and get involved, pay your deposit now:




 And if you’d like to donate a little something to help any of the two charities, here’s how:

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About us

Often confused with a destination purely for hedonists, who use the island as their playground, I love to see the look of surprise as people discover what else Ibiza has to offer.

Less talked about is its rustic beauty and rugged charm, often overlooked by those purely seeking the obvious sun, sand, surf and sangria.

In fact, some spots on the island are so sacred, they now have their own protection system and have been named as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Like most of the good things in life, the best ones here are also free and do not have a 50 Euro entry fee or burly bouncer at their door. However, they do require a little perseverance & effort to find.

We are all guilty, when on holidays, of wanting to collapse onto the nearest lounger, but even a one day walk opens up a whole new side to Ibiza  that you will never encounter on the usual tourists trails.

This has reminded me why I have always loved my home. Kicking off an 11 day trip hiking her hills, curves and ragged rocky corners.  You can hear the full story of that round the island venture in my first instalment of the Tales from the Walking Trails podcast.

Being born on Ibiza I am passionate about sharing the paths I have discovered here and they are not always related purely to the scenery, as Ibiza is a spiritual place. Once you walk in Ibiza, you will feel the magical energy she emanates, as Ibiza is grounded on a bed of crystals and lives opposite the unique beauty of Es Vedra, the third most magnetic point in the world.

This magical energy is probably what finally drew me back to Ibiza after a break to the career treadmill of the UK.

I found my cycle of powerful job, big car, bigger house, mortgage & bills finally threw me off it’s conveyor belt and I was lucky to escape with my beautiful wife Belinda.

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Luckily we both shared the same vision to live abroad and after our daughters had flown the nest, we headed to Latin America travelling for what was to be the beginning of a two year trip.

It got cut dramatically short in Cusco after travelling for our first year, perched high on top of a sacred mountain. We shared a similar revelation, that we needed to come back to Ibiza and set up home. It was the best decision we have made and Walking Ibiza was born from my decision to walk round the island with one euro in my pocket, 3 years ago.

The rest as they say is….history!

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WALKING IBIZA – A TALE OF TWO CHRISTMAS WALKS – FRIDAY DECEMBER 19 TO ‘STONEHENGE’ – CALA CONTA – 10.00 AND WALKING IBIZA KIDS – SATURDAY DECEMBER 20 – CALA XARRACA – 11.00

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This week walking Fridays are back and we have not one but two enchanting walks with lots of Christmas cheer – and mulled wine!

Our first walk on Friday begins at 10am and on our journey we’ll discover the wonderful `Stonehenge` of Ibiza constructed out of giant basalt columns by the famous owner of Cirque de Soleil. You’ll also get the chance to walk through a magic door into another world and we’ll finish with a lovely Christmas lunch at The Olive Tree pub. Festive attire is encouraged!

Our second walk on Saturday is for little adventurers – Walking Ibiza Kids – with my wonderful daughter Gem leading the way. We’ll be pulling up our winter socks and venturing around the beautiful, hidden world of Cala Xarraca. On this special festive walk we’ll be searching for clues and answers to a fun quiz that all the family can enjoy. There will also be a present from Santa for every single child. BUT! It wouldn’t be a festive walk without dressing up now would it?! So come and walk with us in your best festive creations and let’s make it a real Christmas adventure.

l wonder just how many of Santa’s little helpers will join us?

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN.

MEETING POINT: We set off on Friday from Sunset Ashram on Cala Conta at 10.00 We set off on Saturday from Cala Xarraca beach at 11.00. We will then all drive a few minutes to the starting point of the walk…A secret location!

MEETING POINT MAPS

GOOGLE MAPS: Sunset Ashram, Cala Conta and Cala Xarraca beach

STARTING TIMES: 10.00 on Friday – 11.00 on Saturday

RATING:

Friday – Easy

This walk is fairly flat and about 10kms with some loose stones underfoot on a few of the paths. It should take around 4 hours.

Saturday – Easy

It’s an easy walk, however, there’s a few parts with loose stones which some little feet may find a bit harder to walk on. The total distance is approximately 5kms and the total walk including picnic lunch should be around 3-4 hours.

LUNCH:

Friday – we will be going to The Olive Tree pub for a traditional lunch. Please confirm in advance if you’re joining us so I can book a table.

Saturday – Bring a family picnic with you. We’ll stop to eat at a beautiful viewing point… After all, you can’t power an adventure without lots of energy!

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What to bring: a small backpack for:

– at least 1.5 litres of water

– some snacks to keep you going

– good footwear that have been worn in

– rain jacket just in case.

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DONATION:

The walks are by donation – suggested €10 per person on Friday and €15 on Saturday (adults FREE on Saturday) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you.

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but do not have medical insurance for you coming on the walk in case of an accident. The trip and your safety is your responsibility and you must insure you are covered for this prior to coming on the walk.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs

Toby and Gem

Tel: 608 692 901 – Toby

Tel: 697 675 434 – Gem

Look out for these up and coming walks! Boxing Day – Friday 26 December – A very special mulled wine walk! Yum!

New Year’s Eve – Wednesday 31 December – The final walk of 2014!

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WALKING IBIZA – A STEP BACK IN TIME – SATURDAY 13 DECEMBER – SAN CARLOS AT 11.00

San Carlos walk_ Cala MastellaThis week we’re taking a historical route back in time in the very beautiful zone of San Carlos.

Beginning at the village church, this special route will lead us on a path of discovery; from seeing what a typical traditional farmhouse and farm would have looked like a few hundred years ago, to a host of age-old hidden gems, the odd animal and as always, learning lots of fascinating facts along the way.

Meeting at San Carlos church in the heart of San Carlos, we’ll begin our walk from there before making our way through some of Ibiza’s beautiful countryside to get to the stunning Cala Mastella beach, where we stop for a little rest and snack. We’ll then carry on discovering more stunning countryside and eventually finish back where we started, opposite the famous Bar Anita… guess where we’re going for a well-deserved drink and something to eat after the walk!?!

We’ll meet at 11am on Saturday 13 December outside San Carlos Church, San Carlos.

MEETING POINT: San Carlos Church, San Carlos.

GOOGLE MAP:  http://goo.gl/maps/HqxD3

RATING: MEDIUM/HARD
It’s a great 10km walk but it does have a few hills that some people may find a bit tough.

LUNCH: After the walk let’s all have lunch at the famous Bar Anita, San Carlos. It would be rude not to!

WHAT TO BRING: a small backpack for:
– a packed lunch
– at least 1.5 litres of water
– snacks to keep you going
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
– swimming things
– a rain jacket (just in case!)

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. On the beach they will need to be on a lead, and also on the few roads.

DONATION: The walk is by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

KNOW A WALK? I am also looking for guest guides, so if you know a suitable walk for a group please let me know and help lead a walk!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs

Toby xxx

Tel: 608 692 901

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WALKING IBIZA – WALKING IBIZA KIDS! – SUNDAY 7 DECEMBER – CALA CONTA AT 10.00

Cala Conta 2Walking Ibiza is absolutely delighted to announce the next Walking Ibiza Kids walk.

After a brilliant maiden adventure, this Sunday, Walking Ibiza Kids will be venturing around the beautiful beaches of Cala Conta and along the coast to the pirate tower, searching for clues and answers en-route in a fun quiz that all the family will enjoy.

Meeting at Sunset Ashram in the heart of Cala Conta, we’ll begin exploring from there before making our way across spectacular beaches and learning lots of interesting facts before we all head to the pirate tower – the climax of an exciting trek.

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT/ GUARDIAN.

We’ll meet at 10am at Sunset Ashram, Cala Conta on Sunday 7 December.

MEETING POINT: Sunset Ashram (see walk start point on Google Map)

Google Map: http://bit.ly/1yiwR64

RATING: EASY/MEDIUM
It’s an easy walk, however there’s a few kilometres of loose stones which some little feet may find a bit hard to walk over. The total distance is approximately 5kms and the total walk including lunch should be around four hours.

LUNCH: Bring a family picnic with you and we will stop and eat at a beautiful viewing point. Little adventures need lots of fuel!
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What to bring:
a small backpack for:
– at least 1.5 litres of water each
– a picnic
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
– rain jacket just in case
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DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €15 per child, €5 per adult) or what you feel the guided treasure hunt walk is worth to you!

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs

Toby xxx

Tel: 608 692 901

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WALKING IBIZA – AN IBIZA ADVENTURE – SATURDAY 6 DECEMBER – SAN MIGUEL BEACH AT 11.00

San Miguel beachThis week we explore some truly magical places – each stunning and exceptional in their own way.

Setting off from the beautiful beach of San Miguel, my lovely daughter Gem will lead you on an adventure full of interesting facts and magical viewpoints.

Our journey of some of the island’s wonders will culminate in exploring an ancient pirate tower – a poignant landmark of the island’s history – then it’s on to a gorgeous and very special beach to have a cooling November swim (if you dare!).

We set off at 11.00am on Saturday 6 December from San Miguel beach.

MEETING POINT: San Miguel beach

GOOGLE MAP: http://bit.ly/1o938pu

RATING: MEDIUM
This walk is mostly on good paths. There are some loose stones underfoot for short sections. Total walk length is 14kms.

LUNCH:
Please bring a packed lunch and we’ll eat together at a beautiful viewing point.

WHAT TO BRING: a small backpack for:
– a packed lunch
– at least 1.5 litres of water
– snacks to keep you going
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
– swimming things

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. On the beach they will need to be on a lead, and also on the few roads.

DONATION: The walk is by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

KNOW A WALK? I am also looking for guest guides, so if you know a suitable walk for a group please let me know and help lead a walk!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs

Toby xxx

Tel: 608 692 901

www.walkingibiza.com

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WALKING IBIZA – WALKING IBIZA KIDS! – SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER – SA COVA BODEGA AT 10.00

walkingibizaKIDS logoWalking Ibiza is extremely excited to announce a new adventure for our younger trekkers – Walking Ibiza Kids!

Beginning this Sunday and led by my lovely daughter Gem, Walking Ibiza Kids will take their first steps as fully fledged walkers in a special search for treasure when we piece together clues on an epic expedition through precious landscapes to the famous ‘Lost City’! Firstly we’ll do some face painting – no adventure is complete without looking like a monster or an animal, right?! – then we’ll be 100% ready for tons of fun, history and a brilliant treasure hunt as we set off on a journey through time.

We’ll meet at Sa Cova Bodega then walk through stunning countryside, arriving at an incredible, historical and remote location where the Moors fled to evade attack in the 1200s – something that will fascinate both adults and children alike. We’ll also discover the ‘Great Wall´ of Ibiza built by the Moors in the same period and much, much, MUCH more!

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN.

We’ll set off from Sa Cova Bodega on Sunday 23 November at 10.00

MEETING POINT: Sa Cova Bodega (see start point on Google Map)

GOOGLE MAP: http://bit.ly/1tgcbUs

RATING: EASY/MEDIUM
It’s a steady, easy climb upwards from the meeting point. The path is generally good but has some loose stones and gravel. The total distance is approximately 5kms and the total walk including lunch should be around four hours.

LUNCH: Bring a family picnic with you – we will stop and eat at a beautiful viewing point. Little adventures need lots of fuel!
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What to bring:
a small backpack for:
– at least 1.5 litres of water each
– a picnic
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
– rain jacket just in case
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DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €15 per child, €5 per adult) or what you feel the guided treasure hunt walk is worth to you!

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs

Toby xxx

Don’t forget – this Saturday’s community walk in Santa Eulalia – Lovers’ Secret Spots. Join the event here

Walking Ibiza is now listed on Trip Advisor. Please leave a review of your experience here

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WALKING IBIZA – LOVERS’ SECRET SPOTS – SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER – SANTA EULALIA – THE MARINER’S BAR AT 11.00

Santa EulaliaThis week we do a special walk discovering lots of hidden and beautiful places that all you lovers and romantics at heart will particularly enjoy. Led again by my wonderful daughter Gem, this journey will begin in the sandy car park in front of the Mariner’s bar at the estuary to the river. We’ll head to the nearby ‘Lovers Bridge’ where it’s customary to bring a padlock and lock it to the bridge – while you’re with your partner of course. This is said to symbolise the longevity and security of your relationship. Aww…

We’ll also head to a secret tunnel and some magical view-points where we’ll stop and have lunch. Bring a picnic!

We’ll set off from the sandy car park in front of the Mariner’s bar, Santa Eulalia on Saturday 22 November at 11.00.

MEETING POINT: sandy car park in front of the Mariner’s bar, Santa Eulalia

MEETING POINT MAP:  http://bit.ly/1qPfGRZ

RATING: MEDIUM/HARD
It’s approx. 10kms with some steep parts uphill and should take approx. 3-4 hours.

LUNCH:
Please bring a packed lunch as we’ll stop to eat at a beautiful viewpoint.

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What to bring:
a small backpack for:
– at least 1.5 litres of water
– a packed lunch
– some snacks to keep you going
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
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DONATION:   The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

DOGS:  If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE:  I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Lots of love and hugs

Toby xxx

*Watch out for details of a special children’s walk happening soon.

*Walking Ibiza is now listed on Trip Advisor. Please leave a review of your experience here

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WALKING IBIZA – THE CALA BASSA PIRATE TRAIL – FRIDAY 14 NOVEMBER

Cala Bassa1This week’s walk led by my lovely daughter Gemma takes us on a historical journey starting from the stunning Cala Bassa. We’ll discover secret pirate caves once used by smugglers – let’s hope we also find a little treasure! – and a 12^th century pirate tower plus some secret little beaches, swimming spots, incredible views of Es Vedra and maybe even a lady living in a cave…

We set off from the car park behind Cala Bassa beach on Friday 14 November at 11.00.

 MEETING POINT: Car park at Cala Bassa beach near CBBC

MEETING POINT MAP: http://bit.ly/1qA5NaC

RATING: EASY/MEDIUM

This walk is approx.10kms and is very flat with only some little hills. It should take around 3-4 hours.

LUNCH:  Please bring a packed lunch – we’ll stop to eat on a beautiful beach and for those who dare, there’s the option to swim too.

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What to bring:

a small backpack for:

- at least 1.5 litres of water

- a packed lunch

- some snacks to keep you going

- good footwear that have been worn in

- sun hat if required

- sun lotion

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DONATION:   The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

DOGS:  If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE:  I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Lots of love and hugs

Toby xxx

 

*Watch out for details of a special children’s walk happening this Saturday 15 November.

 

*Walking Ibiza is now listed on Trip Advisor. Please leave a review of your experience here – http://bit.ly/1tWrnZt

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WALKING IBIZA – JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY – SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER – SA COVA BODEGA AT 10AM

IMG_6116This week the famous ‘Lost City’ will be our magical destination as we set off on a journey through time and precious landscapes.

Beginning at Sa Cova Bodega, we’ll walk through stunning countryside and experience an incredible, historical and remote location where the Moors fled to evade attack in the 1200s. We’ll also discover the ´Great Wall´ of Ibiza built by the Moors in the same period.

We’ll meet at 10am at Sa Cova Bodega (see Google Map).

MEETING POINTS: Sa Cova Bodega (see walk start point on Google Map)

GOOGLE MAP: http://bit.ly/UWkuuM

RATING: EASY/MEDIUM It’s a steady easy climb upwards from the meeting point. The path is generally good but does have loose stones and gravel. The total distance is approximately 10kms and the total walk will be about four hours.

POST WALK: We will be going to Can Cires for lunch. We hope you’ll join us – please let us know in advance if you can so we can book a table.

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What to bring: a small backpack for:

– at least 1.5 litres of water

– some snacks to keep you going

– good footwear that have been worn in

– sun hat if required

– sun lotion

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DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let us know if you have any questions.

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WALKING IBIZA – FULL MOON WALK TO THE SACRED ES BROLL SPRING – WEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER – CAN TIXEDO, FORADA AT 20.00

full moon walk OctoberThis week we take a special trip under the light of the full moon to a sacred spring with water that’s proven to be healing.

The change of season is just the right time of year to reenergise ourselves and so we will do a little ceremony at this magical spring under the light of the full moon.

We set off from Can Tixedo bar in Forada, close to San Rafael, on Wednesday 8 October at 20.00.

MEETING POINT: At Can Tixedo MEETING POINT MAP: http://bit.ly/1xihjLZ

RATING: This is an easy walk on good paths and fairly flat. The total time will be approximately three hours and the distance is approximately 7 kms.

IMPORTANT: Please bring a torch with you.

POST WALK: We will be going to the bar Can Tixedo for a drink and tapas.

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What to bring: a small backpack for:

– at least 1.5 litres of water

– some snacks to keep you going

– good footwear that have been worn in

– torch

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DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs and see you soon!

Toby xxxxx

Tel: 608 692 901

*There’s only ONE space left on our magical Around the Island Walk – The Adventurer, beginning October 13. Will you be the lucky one??!! Email toby@walkingibiza.com for more info or call 0034 608 692 901.

Come and wave us off at the start of our Around the Island tour on Monday 13 October from the port in Ibiza town, next to the sailor statue by the Mar y Sol.

Read about the event here

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WALKING IBIZA – THE CRYSTAL COAST – SATURDAY 4 OCTOBER – PORTINATX AT 10AM

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This week we take to the north part of the island and uncover the crystal coast where I’ve discovered so many beautiful gems over the years. This is an absolute treasure trove of a walk… and it’s such a pleasure sharing the bounty!

Starting from Portinatx beach we’ll head to the highest lighthouse on the Balearica as well as the most northerly beach on Ibiza before reaching a truly magical crystal cove. Then, it’s onward to a stunning bay where we’ll hopefully stop for a swim (weather permitting).

THIS WEEK: the walk STARTS and ENDS on the last beach in Portinatx, leaving at 10am.

MEETING POINT: on the furthest beach when driving down this road.

GOOGLE MAP: http://bit.ly/1m98ZMV

RATING: EASY/MEDIUM

It’s approximately 10kms with some parts on paths with loose stones. It should take around three to four hours.

LUNCH: at the end of the walk there will be a lunch. If you’ll be joining us please let me know so I can book a table.
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WHAT TO BRING: ideally a small backpack for:

– at least 1.5 litres of water
– some BIG snacks to keep you going
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– light shower coat, just in case
– swimming things if you dare…
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DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!

DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.

INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Love and hugs and see you soon!

Toby xxxxx

Tel: 608 692 901

*Walking Ibiza is now listed on Trip Advisor. Please leave a review of your experience here: http://bit.ly/1tWrnZt

*Only a few spaces left on our magical Around the Island Walk – The Adventurer, beginning October 12.

Email toby@walkingibiza.com for more info or call 0034 608 692 901.

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Home Stay Accommodation

We are pleased to be able to offer home stay accommodation on Ibiza in our wonderful house.

We have a self contained studio room with en suite and private entrance.

The house is located just near to San Joan in the North of the island, close to the wonderful beach of Benniras.

If you are interested in staying, please CONTACT ME!

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