Landscapes of Ibiza – The Natural Park Aquarium
So last year on my hols to Ibiza I was pretty eager to explore more if the Island although not too far, so I took a 2-3 hour boat trip towards the north west side of San Antonio.
The boat ride as with Naultilus Ibiza, and they do a number of trips, leaving 12pm or 3pm. Theride I took included a tour of the quieter and less tourist beaches where celebs, well season Ibizthians and well locals who want to escape the madness of San Antonio bay go for their summer hols. All of them require a car so your average San An go-er wouldn’t make it there. With all of them, what you’ll notice is there’s a lot of children. Almost like a mini kids party full of brightly coloured armbands. It was a pleasure to see!
The trip also took us to the aquarium, which was super tiny and not for anyone over 5 ft. you really had to crounch. It was a cute little cove though!
The boat I recall stopped off twice I think for about 15 minutes each of snorkelling and riding down the boat slides and well, just soaking up the scene. This was my absolute fave part as I love swimming!
When aboard travelling around the historic rocks and caves we spied a lot of locals on their own really far out snorkelling and just chilling in the sea. I did wonder how on earth they got out there though!
The ride ended with some drinks on the lower deck of the boat whilst we cruised back and it also gave everyone an oppourtity to buy the photograph they took when you arrived on the boat and the images of people feeding the seagulls. Unfortunately my seagull pic didn’t come out well but I bought it anyway. The pics were €6 each.
The boat ride was about €15? But next time I’ll be sure to try the other 3 hour ride to Es Vedra, whhich heads south west of San An.
Here’s the rest of the photo’s from the amazeballs boat ride!
For more info on the boat ride check out: Nautilus Ibiza.
Roll on Ibiza 2016!