If you are looking for the best view points in Ibiza, in this blog we recommend 5 sites that you don’t miss.
The island offers some incredible views from countless points, where you will be able to contemplate spectacular sunsets, pine forest, typical towns, beautiful islets and amazing cliffs.
In any case, here we leave you a list of our favorites, for you to choose yourself.
1. Es vedrá View Point
The Es Vedrá island has something magically calming. The legend says that Es Vedrà is the third point most magnetic place on earth after the Bermuda Triangle and The North Pole. The 400 meter high uninhabited rock island is part of Cala d’Hort Nature Reserve, It has a high concentration of metals and minerals. This would be the reason for its great magnetism.
It is a beautiful place to go during the day or to watch the sunset. You can view Es Vedra from three different viewpoints.
You can see this magical mountain, from the beach of Cala de Hort, while you enjoy the sea. It is a small beach, difficult to park in season and very crowded, so it is best to go early or during the low season (April, May, June, September, October).
From this place you can see the Es Vedrá island, and you can meet Torre des Savinar . Also you can visit the two hippie caves, or even go to Atlantis. Also known as the Pirate Tower, it was built in 1756 as a protection tower, but has only been used as a watchtower.
It is a magical place to watch the sunset. To get there you must leave the car and walk through an area of vegetation until you see the island. From here you can go to Atlantis, or continue to see Es Vedra, and if you dare you can also go down to see the hippy caves.
2. Sa Caleta
Sa Caleta is located on the south coast of Ibiza, near the Ibiza airport. It is a small beach, surrounded by reddish cliffs, with shallow and transparent waters ideal for snorkeling.
Arriving is very easy, you must go in the direction of the airport, Cala Jondal. Parking here is always easy, even in high season.
From it‘s high cliffs you can take the most incredible photos.
We advise you to see to the ruins of the first Phoenician settlement on Ibiza, dating back to 654 BCE. Declared a world heritage site in 1999, it is free to look around, and there is plenty of historical information available. To find it you must go up to the top of the cliff on the left side, passing by the restaurant.
3. Sa Talaia
Sa Talaia, is the highest peak of Ibiza with 475 meters. From this viewpoint you can enjoy the incredible views of Sant Antoni de Portmany, Sant Josep and a large part of the island of Ibiza and Formentera Island.
In its highest part we find the antenna. If we look to the north we will see: The bay of Sant Antoni, the profile of the town of Sant Antoni, Cap Nonó and the tourist area of Cala de Bou and Port des Torrent.
If we look to the south, you can see the impressive bay of Porroig, Cala Jondal and the coast of the island of Formentera in the background. It is an amazing place to watch the sunset. To get to the top you can do it by car, buggy, quads, or a long walk. The landscapes are incredible to take the best photos.
It is a two hour walk, with incredible views through forests, coasts. Also You can see margaritas island.
5. Rey Jaume I , Dalt Vila Ibiza
The King Jaume I viewpoint is located in the Ibiza cathedral, in Dalt Vila. It is one of the best places to have a panoramic view of the city; the port of Ibiza, the neighborhood of La Marina, Sa Penya and the Marina Botafoch port. You should definitely visit this incredible place, even at night.