Totally preserved, Buscastell is a natural pearl, including Es Broll, a small stream of water flowing in the village. More specifically, it is the main source of irrigation, which is more commonly used by locals to grow crops in the region. Rich in crafts, the Spanish village is known for its Can Rich vineyards, where the best wines are produced from vines, red roses and white roses. Thus, Buscastell allows its visitors to judge this quality for themselves, during a wine tourism activity. This experience is accompanied by a tour of the vineyards, guided by an expert delivering the secrets of the region.
If villagers produce quality wine, the excellence of Buscastell's craftsmanship does not stop there. You will find villagers working meticulously on textiles and other hand-made materials. Shoes, baskets, clothes...the skill of the craftsmen is impressive. For lovers of handmade products, Buscastell is a must during a trip to Ibiza
Tourist and cultural activities
Do not make the mistake of missing out; the small, sparsely populated and picturesque village offers a range of activities
and tourist attractions
that are worth seeing. Among them, in Passeig de Ses Fonts, a large number of artists and designers show their skills to the general public, around beautiful displays of light and water effects. A breathtaking show! Also, the Mercat de Forada
, and Buscastell Handicraft offer you a rich collection of crafts, pottery, ceramics and paintings of local artists. Need a refresh? The interior of the Art Cafe Can Tixedo is extraordinary. This vintage bar organises art exhibitions a lot of the time, showcasing the local population. Its exterior is as pleasant as its interior, and you will love the summer terrace exposed under the Balearic sun. Sip one of their exotic cocktails!