Cala dhort in ibiza

Ibiza is the party destination par excellence in Spain. However, the fact that this public overcrowds some of the island’s most touristy beaches does not mean that there are no other places where you can enjoy the peace and relaxation that the Balearics have to offer.

If you want to get away from this 24-hour beach and party tourism, you should opt for beaches such as Cala d’Hort, located about 10 minutes by car from Sant Josep, or Cala Vedella.

Es Vedrà will win you over

This little cove stretches 150 metres long and about 20 metres wide to offer you a magnificent setting where it will be difficult not to disconnect. As is characteristic of all the beaches on the island, Cala d’Hort is a coastline of fine white sand and clean, crystalline waters that could well be those of any swimming pool.

In addition to all this, the bay has an incomparable natural environment of green mountains that protect it from overcrowded tourism and marvellous views that allow you to contemplate the nearby islet of Es Vedrà (385 metres), solitary and mysterious on the horizon, Es Vedranell and Sa Galera.

Despite being an area with little to offer in the way of leisure activities, you can rest assured if you haven’t had time to prepare a meal for a day at the beach, as you’ll find three restaurants where you can enjoy the freshest seafood and fish you’ve ever tasted.

Although it is true that Cala d’Hort has been protected from tourist exploitation, its magnificent characteristics mean that the beach is especially visited during the summer months.

If you decide to visit it, you can’t leave before sunset, as it really is a spectacle well worth seeing.

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