Ibiza is home to some of the best places ever to watch the Spanish sun go down.
Blessed with beautiful landscapes, stunning coastline and a vibrant cultural life, people come to the White Isle for a host of different reasons. For many, it’s a chance to worship the sun.
Ibiza is well known around the world for its music but it also attracts world-class artists, because the island’s sophistication can’t overshadow the elemental forces that play here.
There can be few better places to appreciate its transformational beauty than the mysterious Time and Space created in 2014 by Australian sculpture Andrew Rogers, it’s a place to come and contemplate.
This monumental artwork is Ibiza’s answer to Stone Henge. It consists of 13 huge rock pillars topped with gold paint to reflect the suns rays everyday.
It also comes complete with a beautiful view of Es Vedra.
To visit the sculpture simply drive towards Cala Conta or Cala Tarida and then follow signs to Cala Codolar.
No can of Kopparberg in sight. Enjoy!