4. Ses Salinas
Ses Selinas is one of two natural parks on Ibiza and situated in between southern Ibiza and northern Formentera. Despite being 75 percent water, the park is home to many different types of vegetation
including 177 plants and the underwater plant Posidonia oceanic, an important organism which helps balance the Mediterranean ecosystem. It also boasts around 210 species of birds like the flamingo, Audouin’s gull, Balearic shearwater to name but a few, giving it UNESCO World Heritage status. You can easily spend a day at the park simply on walking or renting a bike to take in all the area has to offer. The reserve also features remnants of the island’s rich history with a 16th century watchtower some old churches and a number of other interesting ruins.