A fabulous walk along a stunning stretch of coastline as we make our way down to the hippie rave cave and the famous "Time and Space" sculpture or "Ibiza Henge". Stopping along the way for a swim and to admire the views. Starting from the beach of Cala Comte in front of the Sunset Ashram restaurant we arrive at the pirate cave or rave as it is popularly called. Originally used for smuggling and hiding alcohol and tobacco, it is now used by fishermen and nudists for sunbathing and swimming. Following the coastline and the beautiful beaches, we find the fascinating Time & Space installation, or Ibiza Henge. The thirteen giant monoliths were commissioned and erected by the billionaire founder of Cirque du Soleil, Guy Laliberté. The pillars are part of a series of 51 stone sculptures in 16 countries by world-renowned Australian artist Andrew Rogers, entitled "Rhythms of Life". It is said to represent the movement of the stars and planets around the sun, or is it? Maybe it's a beacon calling out to greet UFOs! Our guide will tell you the full story; you won't want to miss this opportunity to decide for yourself! Private group tour for a maximum of 6 people. Charge 15 € per extra person. Tip: The rave cave is the perfect place to practice yoga. Swimming is possible, remember to bring your swimming costume. Distance: 6 kms Duration: 2 - 2,5 hours Difficulty: Easy
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