Cala San Vicente offers a blend of clear waters complemented by rocky areas and tranquil waters

Cala San Vicente offers a blend of clear waters complemented by rocky areas and tranquil waters

Palm trees are spotted along the little sans traffic promenade with beachside bistros.

Like so numerous Ibiza sea shores, Cala San Vicente offers a bend of brilliant sand with clear waters, supported by a promenade. It's protected, excellent and for this situation superbly wide, so in any event, when occupied in high season there's normally space to be found. Cala San Vicente is especially noteworthy, nonetheless, due to its staggeringly splendid purplish blue water, and the marvelous clifftop post from the southern moving toward street from which to see it.

Area: 10 minutes drive from the town of San Juan, 15 minutes drive from San Carlos

Offices: loungers, Promenade, parasols, cafés, showers, bars, lifeguards, shops, access for the incapacitated

Exercises: kayaks, pedalos, SUP (Stand Up Paddle), and jumping focus

Size: It stretches from 380 meters in length & 30 meters wide

Arriving: Leaving in little vehicle leaves at one or the flip side of the sea shore. Can be occupied in high summer. Reached via vehicle or transport, very much signposted.

Palm trees are spotted along the little sans traffic promenade with beachside bistros. This seashore can get breezy on occasion, and the ocean somewhat rough, however it is frequently even more excellent for that. Cala San Vicente is populated with a global group: heaps of youngsters, families, couples and the older, as it's effectively available.

A long, sickle moon molded sea shore comprised of brilliant sand, gem waters and a palm-tree fixed promenade sprinkled with resort-style restaurants and lodgings. It's difficult to feel anything other than loose and at the time at Cala San Vicente, maybe because of the occasion hideaway sensation of isolation made by being encircled by precipices and mountains.

Cala San Vicente is far reaching, so it seldom gets stuffed, even in high season. The traffic on the bluff street gets very occupied on the ends of the week in any case, so mid-week visits are frequently best. Of the relative multitude of sea shores in Ibiza, Cala San Vicente draws in a wide range of guests from everywhere the world, with a solid British and German unforeseen all through summer. The chances are interminable with water sports, eateries and even pony riding accessible, yet a fundamental must-do is an approach the highest point of the bluff to observe the amazing perspectives on the sea shore beneath.

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