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Best Ibiza hotels to catch the sunset

Great vantage points to witness Ibiza's legendary sunsets.

One of the indisputable highlights of a stay on Ibiza is the breathtakingly beautiful sunset that crowns the end of each day. Few things can compare to the explosion of colours as the sun dips beneath the horizon, all the while mulling over the myriad possibilities that Ibiza's magical nights hold in store for you.

Naturally, the hotels with the finest sunset vistas are located along the island's west coast; read on to discover our selection of the best ones then - cameras at the ready - prepare to be wowed! 

Can Salia

Can Salia enjoys a privileged location on the pristine shores of Cala de Bou, at the very end of the bay of San Antonio. Its super stylish rooftop terrace and bar, Sky of Salia -  which comes with an infinity pool, raw food gastronomic proposal, signature cocktails and mellow mixes by top events several days of the week - is a great spot to revel in the sundown.

7Pines Resort Ibiza

The deluxe 7Pines Resort Ibiza, close to the beach of Cala Conta, has been carefully designed to maximise its privileged cliff-top position and allow guests to enjoy its stunning 270-degree vista from every point. Every evening, as the sun goes down, the moment is celebrated in a poignant gong ceremony at the Cone Club restaurant and anyone can go and visit, not just hotel guests. Take note.

Hostal La Torre

One of Ibiza's worst kept secrets, Hostal La Torre, close to the beach of Cala Gració, has undeniably one of the best views on the island from its restaurant terrace. So good, in fact, that it has turned into a veritable shrine to the sunset. What began as a quiet “off the beaten track” hostel has become an island phenomenon, with DJ sets from top island residents spinning Balearic tunes and the occasional surprise guest star drawing a nice crowd of worshippers at sunset time.

Hotel INNSiDE Ibiza Beach

From the rooftop terrace of Hotel INNSiDE Ibiza Beach, you'll enjoy stunning views of San Antonio Bay with its amazing sunsets. Chill out on a Balinese bed, sink into the infinity pool or enjoy a drink from the poolside bar, whilst you listen to live acoustic and DJ sessions.

Wi-Ki Woo Hotel

The Wi-Ki Woo Hotel is a quirky destination hotel situated by San Antonio's Caló des Moro beach, facing the evening sunshine. Head for its seafront terrace where there's always something going on to entertain you as you await the magic moment. Relish a master-mixologist-made cocktail, try some tasty finger food or relax on one of the day beds by the pool before bidding farewell to another day in paradise.

Sol Bahía Ibiza Suites

If you want to see the setting sun and don't want to move far then Sol Bahía Suites is ideal thanks to its position just along from the famous sunset strip in San Antonio. The pool area boasts terrific, uninterrupted views directly over the Mediterranean. Those lucky guests who chose the sea-facing suites can enjoy the many-hued evening glow with a glass of cava from the cheekily positioned window bathtub.

Six Senses  


From its majestic west-facing location in the bay of Cala Xarraca on the north coast of Ibiza, Six Senses Ibiza Resort & Spa affords its privileged guests breath-taking views of the sunset. You can see awe-inspiring sunsets throughout the summer months from almost anywhere in this luxurious resort, but we have it on authority that the yoga roof is the top spot of all. 

TRS (The Royal Suites) Ibiza

The completely refurbished TRS Ibiza will be the island's sole all-inclusive, five-star hotel and is located on the north-western side of San Antonio Bay. This makes it one of the most impressive vantage points for admiring the west coast’s dazzling sunsets. Best of all, it is home to Gravity, a luxurious bar whose Balinese beds, signature cocktails and DJ chill-out sets create the perfect mood to enjoy the spectacle. Will it be the island’s best sunset spot? Go along and decide for yourself.

Blau Parc Aparthotel

Blau Parc Aparthotel in San Antonio offers a great sea view from all its west-facing rooms. Imagine sitting on your balcony with a cocktail in hand enjoying the last of the day's golden rays. If you're not lucky enough to have a room facing the sea, a sundown drink at the extremely popular Golden Buddha bar should easily compensate.

WORDS: Tim Dackombe and Will McKenzie

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