Cala de Sant Vicent is the perfect combination of a big beach with idyllic views and even during Ibiza’s prime season (June – August) you can always be sure to find a spot in the sand. Cala San Vicente is mostly impressive because of its picture perfect blue waters, clifftop lookout point and lining of palm trees along the promenade.
The beach is completely covered with mountains and cliffs, creating a very intimate secluded feeling. Although it’s not as low-key as Cala Codolar, trust us when we say that there’s nothing more relaxing than spending the day here around so much nature. It does tend to get a little windy and the waves can be a bit rough, but that’s the charm of this beach. You’ll find mainly tourists here from all over the world, including people of all ages due to its easy accessibility.
It’s a 35 minute drive from Ibiza town and there are helpful signs along the whole way down so you can’t get lost. It will be busy around peak season, so again just try to go as early as possible.
You won’t be short of food around this beach, there are tons of delicious cafes and hotels, some serving speciality Paella. Locals love to eat around here too, which is how you know the food is genuinely impressive!
This beach is equipped with anything and everything you could possibly want, including deck chairs, umbrellas, locker rooms, life guards, and places to eat of course. There are plenty of activities available as well, such as, paddle, kayaking and diving!
Secret Ibiza Tip: You can’t come to this beach and miss out on the remarkable view. Climb to the top of the cliff (its easy and safe) and look out at the world. Don’t forget to snap a pic and tag it with #mysecretibiza – we might feature you on our instagram!
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