Get to know Ibiza through its bays and coves

Ibiza, the White Island. A small paradise that keeps hidden many surprises and secret spots for all kind of tourism. Because Ibiza is much more than just discos and parties all night long.
There is another side of the island we’d like to introduce to you today. The peaceful way of exploring its many beautiful bays coves onboard a sailboat or catamaran.

We’ll start our trip in San Antonio, at the west end of the island. If you fancy some sightseeing before starting the cruise, don’t miss to enjoy the beautiful sunset in one of the famous chill out cafés such as Khumaras and El Café del Mar.

Cala Bassa: cryustal-clear, calm and shallow waters and surrounded by pine trees to make the scenery picture perfect.
Cala Conta: with the isle “S’Illa des Bosc” as background we can enjoy a beautiful sunset. The bay’s calm waters will make you live relaxing moments under the stars once the night falls.
Cala Tarida: along our cruise to this bay we’ll pass plenty of cove and arriving at Cala Tarida, we’ll find the longest beach of this side of the island.
Cala Vedella: a bay which is a natural swimming pool with transparent water and boasts of all kind of services. Besides, this spot is ideal to practice water sport activities like water ski of example.
Cala D´hort: especially beautiful in the late afternoon. The sunset mingles with the silhouettes of the isles “es Vedranell” and the mystical “es Vedrà”.
Cala Jondal: it is mandatory to go on land and have a couple of drinks at one of the hip “beach clubs”+link. Chill on one of the sofas on the beach, with relaxing background music while slurping a delicious mojito.
Sa Caleta: very popular among the locals, so you’d better arrive early as it is getting packed quickly, this is one of Ibiza’s the most crowed beaches. Nonetheless you can’t miss it.
Ses Salines: in peak season this is the place to be for the jet set. This festive beach atmosphere will spice up our trip. But not everything is party. This bay has areas declared as nature reserve. If you feel like it, go for a hike up to the ancient watch tower.
Ibiza: in Ibiza city you can get lost during day and night time, exploring all its corners.
Cala Llonga: the shallow waters have formed small coves half virgin beaches hardly accessible on foot, but ideal to get there on boat and a good contrast to the island’s massified beaches.
Calas es Caná, Nova, Llenya, Mastella y Boix: all very close to each other and very well worth a short visit. A good option is to do a stop in “es Cana” on Wednesday as on this day the famous traditional market is taking place+link

If you liked this post, stay tuned! Next week we’ll be back… hasta la vista!


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