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Cala San Vicente

A tiny resort with a broad beach, stunning blue water and good facilities.

Cala San Vicente is situated in the far northeast of Ibiza. Popular with families, it is a small resort that attracts a mixed international clientele.

The beach has fine golden sands and is broad and uncrowded. There is a nicely kept promenade that runs all the way from one end to the other. Whether viewed from the clifftop lookout point on the road from San Carlos or from the promenade itself, the sea at Cala San Vicente is a dazzling blue colour

Adorned with palm trees, flowering bushes, and Juniper trees twisted into eye-catching shapes by the year-round north-easterly winds, the promenade is home to several restaurants, and souvenir shops, as well as a small supermarket, where you can by a picknick for the beach. In the resort there are also a couple of boutiques selling beachwear and accessories.

The sea here can get choppy, especially during the day when there is an onshore breeze. Signposting is excellent with maps showing the swimming zone, the local environment such as the presence of Poseidon Grass, and walking trails - some of the island’s best walks are found in the surrounding countryside.

Beach bars and restaurants

There is a good range of eating options in the resort. On the promenade there are several typical Ibizan restaurants serving fish, meat and seafood dishes. The far right end of the resort - looking out to sea - is home to two restaurants serving healthy food and upmarket international cuisine.

Arriving at the little roundabout at the seafront, you'll see some more small eateries including a pizzeria and an ice cream parlour. In the nearby villages you'll find more restaurants serving traditional and international cuisine.

Beach and water sports

At the far left end of the beach, where you can see fishermen’s huts, it is possible to rent Stand Up Paddle boards and kayaks. Boats can also be rented without a licence - look for the small sign towards the right end of the promenade.

Getting there

Cala San Vicente is connected with the rest of the island via two bus routes, one to Santa Eulalia and the other, San Juan. Most day trippers arrive here by rental car. There is plenty of parking space - some paved, some unpaved - in car parks located at either end of the resort.

Nearby accommodation

There are some hotels just behind the beach, or alternatively live the dream in one of the beautiful Ibiza holiday villas nearby.

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