The Most Beautiful Calas in Ibiza

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Embedded between the rocks of Ibiza and bathed in crystal clear water, you will find the most beautiful coves on the white island. Take a slight detour and let yourself be surprised by the beauty of nature. Discover magical hideaways with the best views through our selection of the most beautiful coves in Ibiza.


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Cala d’Hort

This beauty of a cove dug into the cliff became the home of the famous hippie communities on the island during the last century. Considered the most beautiful cove in Ibiza and one of the most emblematic, we invite you to immerse yourself in its turquoise-emerald waters and enjoy its sumptuous landscape in front of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell. We recommend admiring the sunset over Es Vedra from the Mirador Cala d’Hort, the ideal place to enjoy a show of ruby tones that no one should miss.


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Es Portixol

This little hideaway appreciated by the locals is a bit difficult to access but still well worth it. Embark on an adventure to find this hidden treasure: a virgin bay with a dozen natural pools of turquoise waters surrounded by nature. Enjoy the peace and quiet of this natural bay, disconnect with the world, and feel the moment. 


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Cala Salada & Saladeta

Another address very appreciated by Ibiza locals is Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta. These two coves near San Antonio are only accessible by foot. Despite this both are well known and frequent, so we recommend arriving well before 10 am. Cala Saladeta is usually considered the most beautiful among them two. To get to Cala Saladeta, you need to follow the wooden path you will find in Cala Salada. In just 5 minutes, you will arrive at this Mediterranean gem, a little sandy beach with a shallow cove surrounded by an astonishing natural panorama.


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Cala Comte

Admire the wonderful panoramics of the sunset and the islets of Ponent, Sa Conillera, and S’illa des Bosc from Cala Comte. This cove with transparent-turquoise waters usually loads up very quickly, so we advise getting up as early as possible or visiting them during the low season. Likewise, we recommend you take your snorkeling equipment with you. If you approach the stones to the right of Cala Comte, you will be able to see countless fish and plants, an undeniable natural spectacle.


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Cala Tarida

Between the towns of San José and San Antonio, you will find one of the longest and widest beaches in the west of the island. Cala Tarida is ideal for families with its easy accessibility and undeniable beauty. If you’re feeling adventurous, walk along the cliffs to the north. In a few minutes, you will find a couple of gorgeous tiny coves that, due to their complex access, are usually much quieter.


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Cala Xarraca

Much less crowded than the above mentioned, this is considered one of the most beautiful destinations to visit in the northwest of Ibiza, Cala Xarraca. An excellent option to disconnect from the hustle and bustle. It is usually frequented by locals and snorkelers; since its waters are considered the most crystalline in Ibiza. Immerse yourself with no delay in this underwater oasis and explore the beautiful seabed of the white island, dozens of species of fish lurking in the middle of the Posidonia. Finally, we recommend you stay to enjoy the beautiful sunset bathing on its reddish stones.


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Cala Es Niu de S’Aguila

Last but not least, we would like to introduce you to this hidden gem. In the south of Ibiza, you will find the beautiful rocky beach of Cala es Niu de S’Aguila. A paradise of tranquility to enjoy from the mesmerizing sounds of the sea and its natural beauty. From the bottom of the sea, you will see how 4 rocks rise almost parallelly, generating a unique mystical feel. After enjoying this little paradise, we recommend you go to dinner at the restaurant on Ses Bosques beach, just 5 minutes away. 



Photos: Hetheidehuisje, Mariacasbas,, Louisesimoen, Pierre.g92, Thetravelguidebychloe, Steffisviews, Bycaferro

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