Es Figueral resort is framed by Morna Valley and the undulating skyline of the Mala Costa Sierra, resulting in a charming Mediterranean getaway, perfect for travellers who love the beach, wooded trails and water sports. The name Es Figueral means fig orchard and, even today, a number of these singular trees peek out from along the roadside. Rainfed crops together with fig and other fruit trees make up the modest landscape that skirts the resort’s beautiful Es Figueral beach, a 400-metre-long sandy expanse tucked into a rugged coastline with cliffs, capes, islets and unusual rock formations.
Don’t just take selfies; these views need panoramic shots!
At Es Figueral resort you will find accommodations, restaurants and a few shops, as well as the beaches of Cala Boix, Es Pou des Lleó, Aigües Blanques – among the island’s most beautiful – and Es Figueral itself, around which a small touristic hub has grown up. We suggest that when you visit this beach, you do so with ample time in order to enjoy the panoramic view configured by Punta Grossa, near Cala Sant Vicent; the cliffs over nearby Aigües Blanques; Tagomago; and the forest of Phoenician junipers and underbrush that goes right up to the sand.
What to Do at Es Figueral
The erosion of the sea on this part of Ibiza’s coastline has created crags, outcrops, islets, grottoes and caves, all of which can be explored by kayak. In fact, two kayak routes, nº 8 and nº 14, will guide you through this impressive seascape, and can be found at Ibiza.travel, either on their website or in printed brochures. Es Figueral beach offers kayaks to rent, as well as other options for water sports, such as paddle surf. Alternately, the area can be explored along cycling routes nº 1, nº 2 and nº 5, and along walking route nº 7, which traverses nearby coves and sites of cultural interest in Sant Carles de Peralta.