Spain’s borders are currently open to visitors from a number of EU nations and countries outside Europe, including the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other businesses are now open in Ibiza with hygiene measures in place. If you travel to immerse yourself in nature, I’m guessing Ibiza probably isn’t at the top of your wish list. After all, this notorious party island is where clubbers, sun-worshippers, and A-listers flock for over-the-top raves and a hefty dose of hedonism. But this Balearic beauty is very much a multi-faceted destination, and if you venture away from pulsating beats of the DJs and dance floors, you’ll quickly discover the quieter side of Ibiza — one that includes untouched nature reserves, hiking trails, deserted beaches, and craggy coves.So, swap your dancing shoes for a pair of comfortable trainers and read on for some of the best places to experience a totally new take on Ibiza’s wild side.Located between Ibiza Town and Talamanca Beach, this wildlife haven is one of the only remaining wetlands in the Mediterranean. Much like Ses Salines Natural Park, Ses Feixes’ saltwater fed marshes serve as an important ecosystem for hundreds of species of migratory birds, as well as rare bats and reptiles. This area is also significant from a cultural standpoint; historically, most of Ibiza’s fruits, vegetables, and grains were cultivated in Ses Feixes, and a network of ancient Moorish irrigation systems can still be seen here today.