Cala Sant Vicent, very close to the town that bears the same name, is one of the biggest beaches in Ibiza. Located in San Juan, It is surrounded by a large number of hotels, bars, restaurants and shops. If you like the comfort It is undoubtedly a good option, but if you are looking for something more wild, Cala Sant Vicent is not the best place to “hide”.
You can access up to nice ride that runs the beach from end to end by paved road. Yes, go slowly, because there enough curves, some of them very closed. Hence, each year is the place where the automobile race is celebrated 'Pujada a sa cala'.
While you descend the mountain you can stop at a lookout that you will see on one side of the road. Worth Get out of the car and contemplate the beautiful panorama of the entire sandy area.
Sa Cala is surrounded by green mountains, its sand is golden and medium grain and the sea of a deep turquoise color (except after the storms). The shore has a quite steep slope, so you must have Be careful if you go with children. Your views, with the Island of Tagomago in the background and several peñotes, are also a point to emphasize.
If you leave something at home or do not want to carry any junk, in Cala San Vicente you will find everything. This is something that contrasts enormously with its history since, years ago, it was the most isolated area of Ibiza. In fact, it remained uninhabited until the XNUMXth century. Currently, it owns many and varied services that range from the offer of hammocks and umbrellas at water activities, supermarkets or souvenirs. Also has walkways for people with reduced mobility and with an amphibious chair to facilitate bathing and surveillance.
The same is true of gastronomic offer, is extensive and for all. Here you will find from restaurants Mediterranean and Ibizan cuisine as Can Gat, where you can not miss a good bullit de peix, even international or ecological dishes.
Take the opportunity to visit the Punic Shrine of Sa Cova des Culleram, the view from there is unbeatable.