One of the most iconic beaches in Ibiza, located on the southwest of the municipality of Sant Josep, is Cala d’Hort, the privileged guardian of the island of Es Vedrà, an unmistakable icon of the island. And today we will devote our attention to this bit of our coast, probably one of the most beautiful areas for spending the day by the sea.
Platges de Comte (Cala Conta) is one of the most visited beaches in Ibiza during the spring and summer. Nude of hammocks, people, umbrellas and boats in winter becomes a real paradise. The days of wind and blue sky the natural spectacle worth a visit.
The municipality of Sant Josep has paradisiacal beaches on every inch of its coast. One of them is the amazing Platja des Jondal, also known as Cala Jondal, an increasingly fashionable and trendy spot to spend your time on the hot summer month under the shade of a beach umbrella or going for a swim in its clear, turquoise waters. A beach that always surprises its visitors. Here are a few tips to make the most of this special place.
Ibiza is worldwide known for its beaches and its relaxed atmosphere, but only at Platja d’en Bossa you’ll find the perfect place to fully enjoy this experience. It’s the most extensive beach on the island and one of the most cosmopolitan spots in the municipality of Sant Josep with a wide range of leisure and entertainment places both by day and night. Here are 5 ideas to fully enjoy Platja d’en Bossa:
A perfect holiday in Ibiza always include sunny days on the beach and refreshing swims in the sea. And what better way to enjoy all this in an idyllic place like Platges de Comte beach, where its turquoise waters and amazing sunsets make this place have nothing to envy to the beaches of the Caribbean. Here’s a guide to fully enjoy a beach day at Platges de Comte:
One of the most impressive sceneries in Ibiza is the Natural Park of Ses Salines (declared in 2001) located in the south of the island of Ibiza. The salt production activity carried out in this area for hundreds of years has formed a unique landscape, a wetland where plenty of birds roost and nest in their migrations. Countless ecological, aesthetic, historical and cultural values concentrated on 3,000 hectares of land and 13,000 marine hectares. Read More
We can say that Sant Josep is the most mountainous village in Ibiza, an island with very hilly landscapes but not very high mountains. Behind the village rises majestic the highest peak of Ibiza, Sa Talaia, which is 475 meters high. Sant Josep is also the administrative center of the municipality, which also includes the villages of Es Cubells, Sant Agustí, Sant Jordi and Sant Francesc. Reason why it houses the Sant Josep Town Hall building.
On our last post we talked about the southern part of the Sant Josep area, and today we’ll continue showing you some suggestions and ideas so you can keep enjoying these wonderful nature environments in Sant Josep. We’ll take a walk around Cala d’Hort and show you its beaches and nature reserves. As well, we’ll see one of the most amazing sunsets in Ibiza. Keep reading and make sure to write down these tips and ideas.