Ibiza is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain. You can spend unique and unforgettable moments in Ibiza when you visit these places that we have for you.

The obligatory visits in Ibiza include several beaches and places from which to see incomparable scenes. The sunsets are one of the main attractions of the island, and watching its sunsets can be an almost mystical experience.

The wonderful thing about the island is the climate, perfect throughout the year, with mild winters and mild temperatures; They say that a sunset is more beautiful when there is a lot of wind, or in the days after a rain, since the atmosphere is clean and the sky clears.

Here are the obligatory visits in Ibiza to enjoy its sunsets.

Cala Conta

Cala Conta is also known by its official name, Platges de Comte. It is one of the most beautiful coves on the island and where you can spend romantic moments in Ibiza. Once you get to the beach there is a small ravine from which you can see a spectacular panoramic view.

You will see the cape with the beach on both sides and the S’illa d’es Bosc, a strong islet in front. To your left you have small islets between which the sun will hide precisely. They say that the sunset from here is an unrepeatable spectacle, even if it happens every day.

It is called Platges de Comte because it is not a single cove, there are several, although they are not distinguished by other names and are separated by natural geographical features. Its waters are transparent and reflect the blue of the sky.

It is Vedrá

Es Vedrá is an islet, an immense rock pyramid that emerges from the Mediterranean to the southwest of Ibiza, in front of Cala d'Hort. Its 382 meters make this great rock a very special place to see the sunsets and it is, without a doubt, one of the essential places to see in Ibiza.

There is a nearby viewpoint from which you can watch the sunset, and when the sun goes down you understand why Es Vedrás is the subject of so many legends. The landscape with the sunset takes on almost magical tints, so much so that they even recommend making a wish when the sun sinks into the water.

Here you can experience unique and unforgettable moments in Ibiza.

Sa Figuera Borda

It is not exactly a cove, but it is a little frequented place where nature carved a hole in the rock for millions of years, and that the fishermen used at the time to build some huts where they store boats and fishing tools.

Although these huts are in ruins, there are still stairs by which you can descend to the sea, take a good dip and watch the sunset. The trail is not marked and you have to be very careful going down.

This can be one of the excursions and activities that include visits and the enjoyment of these sunsets, where you will see through the natural rock arch how the sun sets next to S’Espartar, an islet in front.

Do not forget to wear rubber shoes and do not leave any garbage or debris when you leave.