While a visit to Las Salinas Beach is a great way to spend the day with family, a visit to Ibiza is not complete without a visit to its Salt Flats. Said to be one of Ibiza's most famous landmarks, the Salt Flats of Las Salinas have been in use for approximately 2000 years and have been the source of income for the residents of Ibiza since the 13th century. During the hot summer months, the water from the lakes evaporates leaving a layer of pure salt. Located on the southernmost tip of Ibiza, the salt fields are incredibly picturesque, therefore making it a spectacular location for stunning sunset pictures and an absolute must-visit attraction.
Around 1 hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The salt fields during sunset and the surrounding nature reserve area
While there are no known prayer facilities at Las Salinas Salt Flats, Muslims visiting the attraction will be able to find a few of mosques in Ibiza, like the Comunidad Musulmana de Santa Eulalia, Masjid Yousef Ibn Tachafin, and the Moulvi Idris Mosque. They may also be able to find a clean, quiet area in the surrounding area to offer their prayers.
Although there is a sizeable Muslim population on the island of Ibiza, there are no known Halal restaurants in the area surrounding the Salt Flats. There is however a selection of fantastic restaurants located on the bay. While here, Muslim tourists can dine on vegetarian and seafood dishes offered at these restaurants, as these establishments will not be Halal certified. It is also important to mention that Muslims visiting Ibiza will be able to locate a few Halal restaurants in the city.