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Cala d'Hort Beach, South-West Ibiza

Spectacular sunsets & plenty of relaxation on the south west coast

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Cala d'Hort Beach, South-West Ibiza

A popular destination for tourists and locals, Cala d'hort is a small pebble and sand beach located close to the town of San Jose.

The beach tends to be fairly quiet first thing as there is not a lot of accommodation near by, So get up early and make your way straight there to enjoy the tranquil waters and a quick dip in the morning. The little boat huts are a great backdrop for photos and swimming in this calm and sheltered bay is divine. The rocky outcrop offers yet another great photo opportunity, along with the wooden jetty to the left of the beach if you are looking for that classic Es vedra shot.

Parking can be tricky as there is a relatively narrow road that leads down to the beach and then some rough parking areas at the bottom that stretch inland. As with many of the beaches, if you can take a moped then you will have no problem parking that.

The beach is 150 metres long with sun loungers and parasols to hire. Blue Flag - awarded consistently to this beach from 2007, each year and again in 2014.

Setting & Location

The setting of this beach couldn't be more perfect. Situated on the west coast for those stunning sunsets and facing straight over to the island of Es Vedra. It has retained its remote feeling as it is backed by cliff and rock and so there has been no major development of hotels or apartments. You may however have some serious envy of the villa positioned on the right side overlooking the bay and Es Vedra.

Water Safety & Clarity

The water here is clear and the bay appears fairly sheltered. As a locals favourite you will no doubt see a few people doing some serious laps out there.

Beach Quality

Mainly soft sand but there are a few rocks around. They certainly don't impede your enjoyment of this beautiful beach.

Watersports

There are a few of restaurants and a clothes boutique to browse in but the main reason to visit this beach is for the views. The view over to the spectacular islet of Es Vedra is superb, as are the sunsets which attract the masses in August.

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Facilities

  • Outdoors
  • Lifeguard
  • Parking
  • Free parking
  • Parking on street
  • Accessibility
  • Disabled access

Services

  • Activities
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming