Framed between the Renaissance walls, there is the old town of Ibiza, known as “Dalt Vila“, which means “the upper part of the city.” UNESCO declared this ancient fortified acropolis, World Heritage Site in 1999.
Cala Pada is a beach about 200 meters long in the town of Santa Eulària des Riu. Although I’m not a fan of “tourist” places, I really liked this beach.
Cala Gració is a beach located in the west coast of Ibiza. I like it because of the different hues of turquoise of the water. I do not know if it’s always like that, but at least the day I went, the water was so special.
Here is a summary of some of the Ibiza west coast beaches that I like most or that I was recommend to visit.
Cala d’Hort, located in the southwest of Ibiza, is one of the Balearic Islands beaches that I like most. We arrived at this beach by accident and I really do not regret it at all.
On Sunday May 14th my brother and I went to Benirras Beach, located in the north of Ibiza. We wanted to enjoy in person the famous festival of drums in Benirras so, although it was a little late (it was roughly 7 pm), we decided to give it a try.
Ibiza is known for nightlife and beaches, but this island also has other charms. Torre des Savinar is one of them.