Solidarity Walk

Caminata Solidaria / Solidarity Walk - IFCC

Next Sunday 19 March our calendar of events continues with a new challenge: Ruta Flamenca Salines. On this occasion, we will challenge you to walk in an area of great natural and heritage value to support cancer patients and their families in Ibiza and Formentera.

The meeting point will be the Hotel Palladium car park.

Meeting Point: Parking at the Hotel Palladium at the end of Playa d’en Bossa at 10:30 a.m. (Calle Playa d’en Bossa, S/N, 07817 Sant Jordi de Ses Salines).

Register and donate 5€ per person

Phone our helpline for further information, Monday – Friday 10.00 to 12.00 hrs.   666 991 336

LEVEL B (Moderate/Easy)

Distance: 6-7 Km

Height Gain: no slope

Duration: 3 hours

Good walking shoes, walking stick and water are recommended.

No dogs allowed.

This is a simple route that starts at the Hotel Palladium car park in Playa d’en Bossa and heads towards the Torre de Sal Rossa, better known as the Xanga, where we can see the Roman-era road and its cisterns. From there, we will continue to Rafel Alberti’s refuge cave during the Civil War, an area where different varieties of wild orchids proliferate, and which is known for being the enclave with the highest concentration of this type of flowers on the island. We will then continue to Sant Francesc and reach the ponds of La Salinera. Finally, we will go along the Carreró de Can Blai, next to the vineyards of Bodegas Can Rich, whose wines are characterized by their salty flavour, which is typical of the type of terroir adjoining the sea and which gives the grapes their unique peculiarity. Once we have crossed this area, we continue to des Codolar beach, one of the water supply points for the salt ponds, and we end our walk at the starting point, once we have crossed a stretch of planted areas.

You can make donations through Paypal:

If you wish to support IFCC Cancer Services donations can be made directly into the account:



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    This initiative will raise funds for for IFCC to maintain its Cancer Support Services to cancer patients many of whom are experiencing additional challenges during this pandemic.