One more year, the time has come to go out and explore the route of the flowering of almon trees in Ibiza as the fields and valleys of the island have already begun to dot pinkish white. Rent your car with Motoluis and follow our winter route through Ibiza!
The blooming almond trees of Ibiza
The almond trees form, next to the carob tree, the olive tree and the fig tree, the quartet of trees that mark the unique landscape of the fields of cultivation of Ibiza. In our previous post published in 2015, Enjoy the flowering of almond trees in Ibiza, we already invite you to escape in winter to live a weekend among almond trees. Today, we suggest you to follow our route by car to see the flowering of almond trees in Ibiza and take note of our advice for a perfect trip.
How long can you see the flowering of almond trees in Ibiza?
Usually, almond trees in Ibiza keep their branches in bloom between January and February, but this also depends on whether the flowering was advanced or delayed by the weather of the previous months. It also influences the presence or not of heavy rains during weeks in which its flowers are open, as these can fall to the ground early. But don´t worry, it is relatively easy to enjoy the beautiful natural spectacle of the almond trees in bloom.
Is it easy to see the flowering of almond trees in Ibiza up close?
It is very simple, because the main enclaves are next to secondary roads where you can travel quietly and even make a stop. In fact, if you want, you can make a pleasant hiking trail among the almond trees. Even at night! If you escape to Ibiza in winter, do not hesitate to book with Moto Luis and know all the advantages of our car rental in Ibiza without hidden costs and direct delivery at the airport.
Two routes to see the almond trees in bloom in Ibiza
North Route : from Sant Antoni to Aigües Blanques
This circular route passes through the most visited valley in Ibiza during these weeks : el pla de Corona. On this tour we suggest that you first head northwest following the San Antonio-Forada-Santa Gertrudis-Sant Mateu route, then continue between wooded roads to Sant Carles de Peralta, where the Morna valley opens dotting almond trees on the way to the Aigües Blanques beach. Once you have reached this point, you have to go back towards Santa Agnes. Discover where to eat and other recommendations in our article on what to see and do in Santa Agnes during the flowering of almond trees. When you return, take the PM-812 roas towards Sant Antoni.
South Route : from Sant Antoni to Es Cubells
This route is much quieter, because it does not have any valley that approaches in number of almond trees to that of the El pla de Corona. However, it is a nice alternative route that includes a delicious meal by the sea and beautiful photos for your Instagram profile. The itinerary begins in San Antoni, in the direction of San Agusti, and continues along the road that leads to Cala Bassa.
Here, the almond trees bloom along the road as they do further south, in the network of secondary roads that unite Sant Josep de Sa Talaia and the PM-803 road with Es Cubells, Cala des Jondal and Es Bol Nou. It is precisely on this beach that we recommend you to stop and enjoy the delicious rice and dishes of the Sa Caleta restaurant, which is open all year. After lunch, you can return to the San Antoni area through Benimussa, a road that starts a few meters from Sant Josep gas station.