Definitely Ibiza ‘s most atmospheric and upscale beach, its main beach club Blue Marlin (+34 971 410 117 ), famous across the globe, offers eating and dancing until dawn. Cala Jondal is also well-known for having one of the best seafood restaurants on the island: Es Xarcu (+34 971 18 78 67).
Enigmatic dragon-shaped island with a multitude of legends and stories, from being a highly magnetic place to being home to sirens and sea-nymphs, who tried to lure Odysseus from his ship in Homer’s Odyssey. Whether or not you choose to believe those legends, you can anchor by the small island called Es Vedranel, on Es Vedra’s south shore. If you’ve sailed as far as Es Vedra, you should make a detour to Atlantis, “the lost city” of the island of Ibiza. It is situated just below the “pirate tower” of Es Savinar on the coast of Ibiza.
Illetas West Shore
Quite possibly the best beach in Europe and one of the best in the world , along white sand and crystal clear waters of several kilom . Fine high-level dining, it is famous for its restaurants, Juan and Andrea ( +34 971 187 130 ) where you can taste fish and paella in an unique atmosphere while stepping on fine beach sand. El Moli de Sal ( +34 971 187 491 ) , great restaurants and good service where the feeling of the sand on your feet is changed by a stunning views atop the old salt mill . And there is also mention Beso Beach opened in 2012 and consolidated with excellent cuisine and great festive atmosphere desktop .