A long, crescent-moon shaped beach made up of golden sand, crystal waters and a palm-tree lined promenade peppered with resort-style eateries and hotels. It’s impossible to feel anything but relaxed and in the moment at Cala San Vicente, perhaps due to the holiday hideaway feeling of seclusion created by being surrounded by cliffs and mountains.
Who goes there?
Cala San Vicente attracts a wide variety of different visitors from all over the world, with a strong British and German contingent throughout summer.
When to go
Cala San Vicente is expansive, so it rarely gets overcrowded, even in high season. The traffic on the cliff road gets quite busy on the weekends however, so mid-week visits are often best.
White Ibiza loves
The opportunities are endless with water sports, restaurants and even horse riding available, but a basic must-do is a walk up to the top of the cliff to witness the breathtaking views of the beach below.
Drive to Santa Eulalia and follow the road to San Carlos. Go through the centre of the village, then turn left towards Aguas Blancas and follow the long, winding road (with spectacular views), which is signposted to Cala San Vicente, where there is plenty of free parking.
From Ibiza Town: 35-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 20-minute drive.