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Cap Martinet - s'Estanyol: a familiar route
Ibiza offers no end of touristic routes that conform all people because
of its low difficulty. One of most fitted in that category runs through
the capital, Cap Martinet, and finally s'Estanyol beach.
This route gives walkers some of most beautiful panoramas of the island in just two hours and a half: the historic town of Dalt Vila and ses Feixes countries, among others.
With approximately 13.3 kilometers, this route begins at Avenida Santa Eulalia, Ibiza, continues along Avenida Juan Carlos I, where a roundabout is to be taken to the left. After this, traveler must turn on his right at the roundabout at August 8th Avenue until reach Talamanca beach. Once there, we walk down the walkway along the beach, where we can see on the left ses Feixes countries.
At the end of the boardwalk, we'll continue walking to Sa Punta, where we will take back the way down a street on the left (Cap Martinet Avenue) to main road, there we turn right.
According to endurance, do a slight pause before continuing down same street and find a trail that goes up front and we should not abandon until slope begins to fall.
At this point, we reach next junction, have to take left to run into a sharp curve that ends at a private estate fence. There continue to right along a track, which ahead becomes a passing next to a light transformer path, to a wide road on the right, down to s'Estanyol beach where refreshing swim is barely obliged.
To return, we need to take back track we have reached until mentioned above paved road, where we turn left toward Jesús.
After leaving soccer field behind the village, we see a crossroad where must turn to left to Cap Martinet (Ibiza). Cross the road and follow paved road ahead between stone walls. From this point we'll see a splendid view of Jesús town.
While the way, we will appear again in August 8th Avenue, passing an ice cream parlor. From here, continue left to next walkway and continue until the first junction on the left that leads to the Paseo Juan Carlos I, we take towards Ibiza, putting an end to our route.