This article follows on from Ibiza Car Tour Part One, at the point that you are leaving Cala Jondal and taking the PM803 north to Cova Sanat, where you should stop and take a look at the stalactites. It is the biggest collection of stalactites on the island so you won't need to bother with any more after seeing these ones.
After that the best route to take is to drive on the main road to Sant Josep. Just southwest of the village is Ibiza's tallest mountain - Sa Talaiassa. At 1,600 feet this mountain makes a very impressive view and is a good photo opportunity so make sure to get to this point of the journey before dusk.
From Sant Josep you will go to Es Cubells, and this route is very picturesque. After driving through the olive trees you will take a small road left to find yourself at Vista Algere, which has amazing sea views. Once you get to Es Cubells you get views out to volta Formentera. Es Cubells has a designated panorama view which winds all the way to Cap Llentrisca.
You have to go back to Es Cubells and then as you near Sant Joseph take a left turn to Cala d'hort which looks out onto the mystical Es Vedra - is Atlantis really below it. I don't think so. It's an easy ride back to Ibiza Town from here, and you will take a costal road past Cala Moli to Cala Tarida, and on to Sant Agusti. Before getting home you might want to stop in Sant Antoni which is a hub of activity in the evenings.