Cala de Sant Vincent, IBIZA
Cala de Sant Vincent is in the north east of Ibiza. It’s a lovely resort with a beautiful curved beach, with rocks topped with pine and juniper trees on either side of the bay.
There are numerous facilities close to the pedestrian promenade that is lined with palm trees and runs along the back of the beach, as well as hotels situated very near the beach.
Sun beds, parasols, toilets, showers, lifeguards and disabled access are the main facilities on offer at this beach.
39° 4′ 27″ N, 1° 35′ 37″ E
WIND & SWELL
There can be a swell in the bay as a result of the strong northerly coming from Menorca.
ANCHORING / SEABED
The seabed consists of sand and seaweed and anchoring here is possible.
There are no mooring buoys available at Cala de Sant Vincent.
Its possible to approach the beach by dinghy.
The wide, curved beach is made up of soft, golden sand that gently slopes into shallow, clear, turquoise water making it a safe beach. In the main it is calm but can become choppy so it’s important to look out for the advice provided by the lifeguards. You should also beware jellyfish.
FOOD & DRINK
There are several very good restaurants and bars along the promenade close to this beach with menus to suit all tastes.
There is a supermarket close to the beach.
THINGS TO DO
Swimming, beach sports, pedalos, horse riding.
The road to Cala de Sant Vincent is winding and care needs to be taken when driving there. On the way to the beach you will see spectacular views. It is a 35 minute drive from Ibiza Town and 20 minute drive from San Antonio. There is free parking close to the beach that can become busy in high season. There is also a bus service in the summer months.