The enduring Ibiza sunshine draws countless people from their hotel beds each day in search of Vitamin A. Every sun worshipper should then take note of Cala Conta; a sun trap situated to the north west of the island. Hardly an inch of this beach succumbs to shade and bronzed beauties line its shores. The amenities are fairly minimal, with a select few remote restaurants along the edge of the cliff. Elegant steps guide you onto the various beaches, allowing you to marvel at the offshore islands which should only be attempted by the most confident swimmers.
Currently ranking in the top ten of Ibiza attractions on Trip Advisor, this sought after beach is a must for beach lovers coming to Ibiza. Reached by road through the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia, there is beautiful scenery to behold on your way and ample parking facilities. A stop in the nearby village of Sant Augusti is also recommended for those wishing to take in some traditional Ibicencan atmosphere. Alternatively, Cala Conta can be reached by boat either as a single trip or as part of an island tour.
Cala Conta consists of two stretches of sand, which are bordered by the rocky coastline and attractive sand dunes. There is third smaller section for the more risqué individual where naturists take full advantage of this sunny spot. The shores look out to crystal turquoise waters kept clean by the steady currents in this area.
A Cala Conta sunset is truly one to behold; watch from one of the three overlooking restaurants. Resident DJs are on hand to ensure you hear the sounds of the summer as you prepare for the night ahead. For a really special experience contact us now to find out how to charter a boat to watch the setting sun in private bliss.