Calas of Ibiza: Magical and special spots

By 19 November, 2015Nature
las of Ibiza Magical and special spots

Ibiza is very famous for its vibrant, exciting and extravagant nightlife.  But it is a holiday destination which offers so much more than clubbing.  This island is an authentic  jewel to be fully enjoyed. The other Ibiza, unknown to the most people, hides little surprises and Mediterranean spots to be discovered. We would like to help you to find the best small bays to visit.

1. Outlying, with sand and stones, at the Sant Joan de Labritja municipality you will find Cala d´en Serra, a little charming beach. By bike, this area is a little bit difficult but a blessing enjoyment for those that want to go through it by foot. It keeps part of the seaside shipyard huts and if you swim southbound another secret cala can be reached.

2. The reddish cliffs watch over Sa Caleta, little beach, small, surrounded by pines, with its 80 meters long and 10 meters wide. It is in the South, taking the detour towards Es Jondal by the PM-803.

3. Not far away from Sant Antoni de Portmany there is a place where wonderful sunsets can be watched: the Cala Salada. It’s a small bay with its golden sands, crystal blue waters and pines forest. The flaw is that owing to its success it is usually crowded. Although here is a tip that might work: a little path on the cliff arrives up to Cala Saladeta, its little sister, but as beautiful and magic.

4. Cala d’Hort is, so to say, a cala with views, it aims to Es Vedrà y Es Vedranell islands, old stronghold, as it was the Cova de Can Marcà, of pirates and smugglers. Long and narrow, it is one of the most visited small bays that are close to Ibiza city.

5. In the Aigües Blanques (White Waters) beach of Ibiza the wind blows. There is neither natural nor artificial protection for that. But that is not a nuisance compared to the feeling caused by its contemplation. The wind is the guilty one for the foam of the waves that give name to it.

6. Cala Tarida, is located just a few minutes drive from Sant Josep de Sa Talaia. It is really small bay (hardly 31 m long) but that is not an obstacle for having an anchoring area for boats and it represents an outstanding place to practice snorkel.

So have you made up your mind where to go yet?

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