The Ibiza caves cruise excursion is a tour that takes place between May and October, every Tuesday and Thursday, where you can discover one of the greatest manifestations of nature: the natural caves.
The natural caves have their origin in erosions caused by currents of water, ice or lava, all an internal landscape of nature itself that you can not miss.
Enjoy its lagoons, stalactites and stalagmites, and as always, we will take you. A guide will accompany you to discover the myths, legends and historical events that took place hundreds of years ago.
On this tour, two rounds of pick-ups are made.
In this excursion, two rounds of return are made.
Round 1, pick up at 18:00H:
Round 2, pick up at 19:00H:
You will find a tour in which you will travel much of the west coast of the island of Ibiza aboard a boat to “San Miguel port” where a minibus will pick you up and take you to the caves of Can Marçà.
At the first stop everyone will get off to be picked up by a minibus that will take you to the caves of Can Marçà
Enjoy the oldest natural caves on the island of Ibiza.
You will have free time to visit the coves of San Miguel, have a cool drink in one of the beach bars, etc. What you want to do, you decide!
The checkin starts 20 minutes before the time indicated in “Departures” above. The service provider is Aquabus. The checkin is done at the indicated address through the link “Google Maps” located in the section “Departures” above.
Myself and my daugher booked a day trip as as we wanted to see the caves in San Miguel. We were the first pick up in San Antonio at 08.15hrs and we had several more pick ups before we set off for San Miguel. En route our ‘skipper’ Raphael pointed out all the scenic and places of interest. We had dolphins swimming and playing under and around our boat – it was wonderful. Raphael kept us informed all along the route with so much local information, he made our baot trip so worthwhile. We got to San Miguel, we saw the caves and spent time on the beach and the shops and we were ready to leave at 17.00hrs (although the boat wasn’t due to pick us up until 19.00hrs).
Our tour guide (who showed us the caves) passed us and we asked if there was any way we could return to San Antonio earlier and he advised us that the boat would be dropping off more passengers here in San Miguel at 17.45hrs and we could get that boat but we would be travelling further round the coast before we retuned home to San Antonio. We jumped at the chance!! and for no extra cost we travelled to Portinatx and to Cada Miercoles and with Raphael talking and explaining about all the historic and areas of interest we tatally enjoyed our extended trip.
I would definately reccommend this trip, but, I would reccommend going to Portinatx as there is so much more to do there than in San Miguel.