Walking in Ibiza

  • Claire B

One of the best ways of seeing and exploring the island is by walking, and as well as keeping fit, going on a guided walk is a great way of meeting like-minded people.

There are a number of organisations and groups offering guided walks on the island and these are just some of them that are active at the moment.

If you know of other walking groups please let us know and we’ll add them to the list. editorial email


The Ibiza Walking Association

An organisation set up by Rob Smith to improve the walking community on Ibiza and promote the island as a walking destination. At the moment walks are being organised on Sunday afternoons. Cost is 5€. The best way to find out when and where the walks are taking place is to like or check their Facebook.

Facebook: Ibiza Walking Association



Walking Ibiza

Run by Toby Clarke, at the moment they are doing two guided walks a week. A short and sweet walk on Wednesday mornings, which is a gentle walk that lasts about 2 hours, with tea and cake at the end. Then on Friday mornings there’s a more substantial walk, which sometimes ends with lunch in a nearby restaurant, or if the location is more remote, walkers take a picnic to eat en route. The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the walk is worth. Locations change each week, so check the Facebook page for details or sign up for the regular emails on the website.

Facebook: Walking Ibiza



Hiking Ibiza

Lucien Lecarme at Hiking Ibiza also organises guided walks, but they are not usually at set times of the day or week, so check and like their Facebook page to see when and where they are happening. The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person).

Facebook: Hikingibiza



Walk and Talk

Walk and Talk is a group that literally walks and talks in nature. I’ve never been on one of their walks and they don’t seem to be as regular as some of the other groups, but you can practise speaking different languages and hear stories about the history and nature of the island as you walk. In Spanish, English and German. Sign up to the Facebook group for more details – everything is in the 3 languages.

Facebook: Walk and Talk Ibiza


Eivissa Pas a Pas

Another group is Eivissa Pas a Pas. I haven’t been on one of their walks, but they seem to walk at weekends.

Everything on their Facebook page is in Spanish, so presumably they attract mainly Spanish speakers. Donations are welcomed.

Facebook: Eivissa Pas a Pas


Nordic Walking Sant Antoni

From their fb page it seems they up sticks around once a week. They have walking poles available to buy and rent, and most recent walks appear to be rural and up to 10km


Ibiza Walk of Shame

Group aimed at dirty stop outs who share the common interest of early morning regret. Nah, gawd blimey we’re only joking, but perhaps there should be?