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We went in April/May before the season really started so the place was full of locals and no tourists. Its a long way from the crowds and banging night clubs but only about 45 mins drive to everything. The length of the island can be...More
We have visited this beach a few times on our annual visit to Ibiza. It’s fabulous. We visited at the beginning of July. The first visit we arrived about 10.30am and got the last two beds but no umbrella. The second time we got there...More
"quiet" is a relative term. we were here in the first week of june and whilst there were plenty of people here it was far from busy or packed - there were plenty of sun beds available and space on the sand. no doubt in...More
Although we were in Ibiza Town mainly for shopping and sight seeing, we took time to visit the beautiful beach surrounding the Cala da San Vicente. The local marina was filled with boats of every description and the beach was filled with sun bathers. Numerous...More
We had a day of disappointment going to Es Vedra and Cala de Comte so it was late afternoon by the time we got here. Luckily the sun sets on this side of the island so it had another good few hours of sunshine left....More
I saw this place on the Ibiza map, and gave it a go as I had hired a car. Getting there was along narrow roads, and cliff edges, but it was well worth it. This is one of the best beaches in Ibiza, not over...More
We were only passing through so the reviee is only based of a couple of hours of relaxing. The water is clear and nice. Seems perfect for familys with children as the waters are shallow at first and without rock or even pebbles.