THE NATURAL CAVE OF COVA SANTA HAS BEEN PART OF EIVISSA 's MYTH SINCE ITS ORIGINS UNTIL THE PRESENT.
Announcement of Cova Santa published in Diario de Ibiza in 1957.
ONE OF THE MAIN TOURISTIC ATTRACTIONS OF EIVISSA SINCE THE 90s.
Hidden at the heart of isle, the different hills surround a space which recieves the guests between lights and palm trees. In the center, a fissure makes its way into a natural cave with more than 30 meters deep.
A place which takes your breath away and keeps on getting better as you descend into the cave, where stalactites and stalagmites have created a genesis of fantastic forms typical from the wonderful and hidden subterranean world. The way out of the cave which is now closed, originally flowed into the sea, where earth and water merged together in perfect harmony of the elements.
A MILENARY CAVE
From the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century, Eivissa was an island ocupied by pirates, origin of the numerous legends that ensure that these filibusters abandoned the bravery of the sea, the crackling of wood and the "slight anchors", to enter to the depths of the earth in search of refuge and to hide their most precious treasures.
THE EVOLUTION OF THIS EMBLEMATIC PLACE IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE PART OF THE HISTORY OF IBIZA ISLAND.