ENJOY THE MAGIC OF THE NIGHT
Full moon nights are special, a unique atmosphere is created thanks to the dim lighting it provides us. That light is enough so that we can turn off our lanterns and enjoy the landscape as if it were daytime, but being in the middle of the night, being able to see some of the brightest stars in the blue sky.
In addition, it is a perfect opportunity to escape from the crowds and the summer heat and to be able to enjoy a refreshing and relaxing experience that will make us enjoy the true Ibizan night.
The route takes us to the magical location of Sa Pedrera de Cala d’Hort, better known as Atlantis. This place has a special energy during the day, but at night, this is amplified even more. We will descend to sea level and be amazed by the light from the moon, which will illuminate the enigmatic rocks of this site and allow us to see the stars. Once there we can relax and enjoy the silence and solitude of the place, having a unique opportunity to feel Atlantis like never before.
The route is physically demanding, but as it will be done at night, it’s much less tough than usual. It has a high difference in height in a short stretch, but it will not be a problem if we go up little by little. In terms of technical level there is not much to point out, but we do recommend a minimum of hiking experience and the use of suitable shoes.
For the descent we will probably need to use artificial light, but for the ascent, since we have adapted our eyesight, we will be able to climb without the use of torches. We recommend the use of a headlamp to keep your hands free and to be able to walk more comfortably.
What do I need to bring?
- A jacket in case it gets cold at night.
- A lantern or headlamp, for hiking with total security
- Good sports shoes, preferably hiking shoes.
- Water and a snack in case you get hungry.
- Much desire of enjoy.
Throughout the route we will be taking photos of the experience so that you can take home a wonderful memory of this special night.
The entire event will last approximately 2 hours and a half, depending on the pace and the stops made.