Es Vedrà is a small, rocky, uninhabited island 1.5 miles (2.5 km) off the coast of Ibiza. Shrouded in mystery, myth and mysticism, the island has been cited as home to the Odyssey's sirens and sea nymphs, as well as the Phoenician lunar goddess Tanit. Others claim it is the tip of the sunken civilization Atlantis; that part of it was used to build the pyramids in Egypt; and that a secret UFO base lies below. Today it is popular with trekkers, cave explorers and yoga practicers for its calm and magnificent beauty.
Es Vedrà, Balearic Islands, Spain