The temperatures are dropping and it’s nearing the most wonderful time of the year. If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to autumn, here are a few of our favorite things to do to close out the month of November.

 

Dine at La Petite Table, Santa Gertrudis La Petite

Check out the new modern Mediterranean restaurant in the centrally located town, named after its sister restaurant in Paris. The shabby chic spot has a bright, yet cozy terrace for your Vitamin D fix in the sun. A menu with fresh but eloquent flavors to recharge during the day at an affordable price.  Your choice of a great brunch served into late afternoon or pick and choose tasty eats from their a la carte menu.

Venda de Frutera, 4 Bajos, Santa Gertrudis
Tel : 0034 971 19 75 12

 

Cocktails at La Cava , Ibiza Town 

We’re soaking up the solitude in the winter months, but La Cava has a heap of activity all year round. Truly dine Spanish style with it’s varied, creative tapas menu on a Friday night. An impressive cocktail menu, including a hierbas mojito, while listening to soulful soft house to ring in the weekend. Cañas or wine along with a pintxo for only 3 euros. Or a gin and 4 pinxtos for only 14 euros.
Passeig Vara de Rey
Tel: 0034 971 31 60 74

 

PicMonkey CollageTake the kids to Bondi, San Antonio

Kids Craft Workshop, Café Bondi, San Antonio – Sip on cold-pressed juices or eat happy, healthy food while the kids get involved. A weekly craft session every Tuesday from 3:30pm – 4:30pm for kids ages 4-8, just 5 euros. Festive crafts just in time for the holidays.

Tel: 0034 971 34 21 60

 

Take a Hike at Atlantis Atlantis

before the chilly winter weather sneaks in, get out and explore the spiritual core of Ibiza by hiking. One of the most popular Ibiza hikes is Atlantis, an old quarry where stones were cut and used to build homes and defense towers for the island. The rock formations are perfectly carved and sunk into the side of the mountain with a view of the magical rock, Es Vedra, just opposite. The area before your hike is reachable by car or scooter, and don’t forget to take water and snacks. The hike down will take about 20 minutes, but it’s the hike up that is the tough part. But hey, summer bodies are made in the winter!

Directions: Head over from Es Cubells to Cala d’Hort. Just after the crest of the hill make a left onto the small camino before the road turns to the right to es Boldado. On the camino you will be able to see Es Vedra ahead of you. At the end of the road, you’ll find a place to park. Atlantis will be in front of you. Prepare for the trek down the mountain and keep to the right.

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