Arriving at Ibiza by sea is an unforgettable experience with Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s old town, on one side of the harbour and the Botafoc lighthouse on the other.
Conillera … for some the birthplace of Hannibal, for others an underwater paradise, but a fascinating island for everyone.
This lighthouse was taken out of active service in the 1960s and is now Sant Antoni’s Maritime Museum.
If you are in the vicinity of Portinatx, it’s well worth the climb up to Punta Moscater to see the tallest lighthouse in the Balearics.
Els Freus was one of the most hazardous channels for mariners in the Balearic Islands and the lighthouse at Els Penjats was one of the harshest postings for lighthouse keepers.
Inhabited for 46 years it now remains silent witness of its past glories.
One of the most spectacular smaller islands in the Balearic Archipelago, with an altitude of 385m and with a small and inaccessible lighthouse.
The westernmost lighthouse in the Balearic Archipelago is located on this small island.
Tagomago, an island brimming with natural treasures with a lighthouse too!.