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Ibiza
Cala Conta Beach
A short drive from San Antonio, Cala Conta is one of the finest beaches in Ibiza. There are two stretches of golden sand to choose from – one backed by a rocky ledge, the other by sand dunes. Little islets rise out of the coast and the super clear waters glitter with turquoise hues. Sunsets here are truly special.
Ibiza
Ibiza Old Town
Also known as Dalt Vila, the old town of Ibiza is among the prettiest places in the Balearic Islands. Thin cobbled lanes wind the sides of a fortified hill, past historic whitewashed buildings to an imposing cathedral topped on the summit. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site with spectacular views from the top and bottom. A must-see attraction.
Ibiza
Sailing Ibiza
Sail the colourful coast of Ibiza and discover hidden beaches and secret bays. Navigate around the little islets of Cala d'Hort Marine Nature Reserve and head to the mystical island of Es Vedra. Spend time relaxing in the sun or snorkelling in the sea, or pop over to Formentera for a quick day trip.
Ibiza
Formentera
A short half-hour ferry journey south from Ibiza takes you to the island of Formentera, the smallest of Spain's Balearic Islands. It's a wonderful place for a day trip with a serene atmosphere and long Caribbean-esque white sand beaches fringed with pine trees and rolling sand dunes. The electric blue waters are crystal-clear and perfect for snorkelling.
Ibiza
Ibiza Scuba Diving
Ibiza has some of the best dive sites in the Mediterranean with hotspots like the Cala d'Hort Marine Nature Reserve. The warm waters have great visibility and there's lots of marine life too. Explore shipwrecks, underwater caves and a sunken fish factory. At the nature reserve, it's even possible to see wild dolphins!
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