The 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa has an uneven course with kilometer-long straights that make it one of the fastest and most attractive races in Spain. Proof of this are the marks of the current winners: Benson Kiplangat (27:18) and Caroline Nyaga (30:48). In addition, Adel Mechaal holds the second best Spanish time in history with 27:50.

The route has only two turns and runs at sea level through the natural park of Ses Salines, one of the most famous enclaves of Ibiza whose temperatures at the beginning of the year are ideal to get the most out of the competition.

To beat a record or improve a personal best depends not only on the physical and mental capacity of the athlete, but also on the weather conditions and finding a circuit that allows you to maximize the effort throughout the competition.

The circuit of the 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa has international category, has been measured by homologating judges and complies with the World Athetics regulations so that the marks or records that are achieved are official.

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INDICATIONS: The race starts at the beginning of the ses Salines road towards the church of Sant Francesc, and after 2.200 kilometers, you make a 180-degree turn to return along the same road to the starting point. Then, take Gamba Roja street, and when you reach the traffic circle, turn left to run along the coast of Platja d'en Bossa until the intersection of Avenida Pedro Matutes Noguera with La Punta street, where you will make a 180-degree turn to return along the coast to the finish line installed next to the Hotel Palladium.