Are you looking for the perfect spots to enjoy a beautiful sunset in the white island?
Well, look no longer, we got them for you!
All you have to do is to put your sunglasses on and get ready to enjoy the most beautiful ray of lights falling into the Mediterranean sea!
N°5 - The most Tribal : Benirras
Perfect for a day trip, head north to Cala Benirras near the village of Sant Joan de Labritja.
On a Sunday, hippies and drummers are gathering to play percussions while the sun sets in the sea at the back of a rock called “Cap Bernat” which they say, resemble, variously at a woman at prayer, a giant baby, or even the Sphinx !
Bring : Beers & Drums
N°4 - The most Hipster : Experimental Beach
If you’re up for cocktails laying down on a beach bed overlooking the beautiful rocky beach of Cap d’Es Falco, check out Experimental Beach Ibiza. On the way to Salinas beach, take a right turn and cross the salt marches, a small road will take you to this hidden beach where the sun sets behind the mountains while the planes are landing from a distance.
Bring : White shirt & $
N°3 - The most Legendary: Café del Mar
You have for sure heard the famous CD compilations of Café del Mar, but did you know this worldwide famous brand was born in 1980 just by a small café in the San Antonio bay where DJs like José Padilla use to play chill out tracks and other psychedelic rock at sunset ? Nowadays, it became a must see in your Ibiza tour and its surrounded by other sunset bars like Café Mambo and Savannah with DJs playing chill out & house beats turning evenings into nights.
Bring : Your BFF
N°2 - The most Hype : Hostal La Torre
On top of a hill near San Antonio, this old typical Spanish hostal named Hostal La Torre has been recently taken over by the Café Mambo team, turning it into a small boutique hotel and a wonderful sunset place. Get there on time for a drink or a romantic sunset dinner on the rocky cliff with infinite sea views. The sun sets right down the sea and turns the balearic waters into a silver ocean.
Bring : Your date & $
N°1 - The most Mystivcal :
Considered at the 3rd magnetic pole in the world, the rocky island of Es Vedra is part of the Cala d’Hort nature reserve. The island is said to be home to sirens and sea-nymphs, who tried to lure Odysseus from his ship in Homer’s Odyssey. It is also thought of as the holy island of the Tanit the Phoenician lunar goddess, worshiped as the patron goddess and of fertility, who became Ibiza’s patroness. Sunset from the cliff facing Es Vedra are amazingly stunning, a reward that will make you forget the 30 minutes of sinuous drive from Ibiza town.
Bring : Love & a crystal rock