Cala d'Hort
Cala Carbó
Cala Vadella
Cala Moli
Cala Tarida
Cala Conta
Cala Bassa
Cala Salada
 

BEACHES

No matter where you are on the island now, especially if you have a car; there is always a picturesque beach or small bay surrounded by rocks near you…

Cala d'Hort
A beautiful narrow sandy beach from which to enjoy the views of the mysterious island Es Vedra which, at only a few hundred metres from the shore, erected over the sea that surrounds it. In the summer the beach is quite full. There are a few bars and restaurants from which you can enjoy the beautiful views.

TIP: Visit the beach in the afternoon in order to enjoy the sunset in an extraordinary natural environment.

Cala Carbo
One of the quietest beaches of Ibiza. On the road from San Jose to Cala Vadella, you turn left a little after the crossroad indicating Cala d´hort, don’t worry, it is indicated.Cala Carbó is a small bay protected by hills surrounded by pine trees. Sand and pebbles in undeep waters. Good installations for boats. To be reached only by boat or car (good road).



  Cala Vadella
The road will take you over the cliffs to the beach. The views from up there will leave you flabbergasted. Surrounded by hills covered with pine trees, ideal for beautiful long walks. The sandy beach, the broadest one, in an ideal place to swim with children as it is very safe. Further on, there is a quite deep zone usually with waves of which surfers can take advantage. The most interior beach is an ideal beach to learn this sport. It is an interesting place for diving.
The protected bay is a most desired place for boats to anchor, the owners offer come over exclusively to enjoy the romantic sunsets from the deck of their crafts.
  Cala Moli
The isolated south part of the cala Moli beach, a beautiful surrounding field, is perfect for long exploring strolls and the soft beach of marvellous sand for lazy days on the beach.



  Cala Tarida
It is the biggest beach on this side of the island, constructions on the surrounding hills are integrated into the landscape. On the right side of the beach, smooth sand until you reach the transparent water, on the left side the water is deeper with many more waves. There are many swimmers, in good condition, who look for a separate place to sun, bade on interesting rocky projecting.
There isn’t any shade. You can get there by a good asphalted road, another option in the summer is by bus or boats leaving from San Antonio. The beach is must appreciated by families with children.


  Cala Conta
Surrounded by two rocky sides, this sandy beach offers an extra beach at the end of one of its sides which you can only reach by steps caved out in the rocks. The beach guarantees a safe swim from everybody, especially children. There aren’t any shade areas so, bring along something to protect you from the sun. The sea views, with their different colours, will take you to the island that seems to have been scattered in the middle of the sea.
The beach is situated at the West side of the island which is why the water is especially clear and in the afternoon you can enjoy the view of marvellous dusks.


  Cala Bassa
This is a sandy beach with rocks on each side (ideal for fishing)a pine tree forest surrounding the beach invites to long walks or a well deserved siesta in the shade. The not very deep, calm and transparent water makes it ideal for water- sports. Highly recommendable for families with children.
The beach is situated at 5 min. by car from San Antonio. But the 15 minutes excursion by boat is much funnier, leaving regularly from San Antonio’s harbour to many bays.


  Cala Salada
Surrounded by hills scattered with pine trees, this little sandy bay is a favourite destination for many residents and owners of motor boats because no boats full of tourist get here. On the rocky projecting on the right side of the beach is a very picturesque stone tower. A path passing in front of the tower will take you to the next small bay.
La cueva de Ses FontanellesA tip of all those who like discoveries! Turn right just before you get to the entrance of the bay and follow the path(sandy path). Keep on driving as far as your car lets you( you are lucky if you drive a jeep!) and from there on, to the cave on foot.

The path is quite long but the landscape of the uneven coast from up there is worth it.Don´t forgotten to bring a torch along in order to enjoy also the views from inside the cave.