As you drive down the winding road leading into the valley where the bay opens up, you’ll see the regeneration of thousands of fragrant pine trees – which were destroyed by a devastating forest fire in 2010 – a symbol of hope for Benirrás to retain its beauty in the future.
Very popular with families, bohemian hippie types and plenty of Ibiza’s tight knit northern community. You’ll also find plenty of animals running around – everyone’s welcome!
Limited parking is available, but if you arrive after lunchtime, expect to park along the winding road leading into the valley and have to walk the rest of the way – unless you get lucky!
The iconic Benirrás Sunday sunset ritual – looking out at the striking rock of Cap Bernat, as the sun burns orange behind it, saying its goodnight as you listen to the sound of the hippie bongo drummers bid it farewell – there’s nothing like it.