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Balearics Destination Guide: Ibiza

From lively beach bars to quiet villages and bays, Ibiza delivers on all aspects of the Balearics dream. Relax in the quiet sandy coves lined with pine-clad hills and cliffs, and later on wander into the town to discover fine restaurants and buzzing bars.

Cala Vadella

From the moment you arrive at Cala Vadella, you will be greeted by breath-taking beach views. The crystal-clear waters here beckon you to go swimming and snorkelling, with the protected bay offering a sheltered place to anchor overnight amongst a natural landscape of untouched sand, rock and seaweed.

Cala H’ort

The beach of Cala H’ort, surrounded by sand and pebbles, is a popular anchorage providing spectacular views of the magical rock, Island Es Vedra. This mysterious uninhabited island is said to be the third most magnetic spot on earth, rising majestically out of the water. If you decide to pay a visit to learn more about its hidden myths and legends, be sure to make a wish and see if it comes true.

Es Xarcu

If you are looking for a serene beach where you can laze away the day, this hits the spot. With the calming scent of pine trees, Mediterraneanstyle scenery, white sand and calm turquoise clear waters, Es Xarcu will surpass your expectations. The wind blows smoothly here, so overall it’s a very secure place to anchor your yacht.

Cala Conta

Make your sundown enchanting amidst undulating natural sand dunes with incredible views of the offshore islands dotted on the dramatic coastline. Cala Conta has the perfect cove to dip in crystal clear waters and snorkel. Plus, winds coming from the west make it a safe place to drop anchor.

Recommended restaurants:

– Cala Salada
– Restaurant Cala d’Hort
– Es Boldado
– El Carmen
– La Escollera