Santa Agnès de Corona, the start and end of the route, is 19 kilometres from the city of Eivissa, a distance that can be covered in either a motor vehicle or by bicycle.
It is best to avoid the heat of summer, which is also when the fields are the least striking. The best time to take this route is on the uncertain days of January and February, when the almond blossoms light up El Pla de Corona.
To see the llentiera borda (wild mastic) in bloom, try to go between February and April.
This route is appropriate for anyone willing and able to walk a little over eight kilometres on a virtually flat route, much of which is asphalted. If you are willing to forgo visits down to Es Corrals d'en Guillem and Ses Balandres, the entire route can be done in a vehicle.
Traditional cuisine. This is a zone with a high density of restaurants featuring traditional cuisine, where you can savour dishes like the ensalada pagesa (peasant salad), sofrit (a traditional stew) and arròs de matances (rice with game).
Sunset in Sant Antoni. There are some spots by the sea in Sant Antoni where the guests listen to chill-out music as they applaud the sunset. This special atmosphere is worth witnessing once in your lifetime.