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Stunning sunrises from your boat in Ibiza

If a few days ago we were giving you ideas on how to enjoy the best sunsets on the island, today we are revealing key spots for you to be able to witness the most magical moment of the day: when everything starts over again...

Ses Figueretes

This group of small coves of fine sand separated by rocky outcrops and sparkling, clear water are located in the urban centre of the island’s capital.

With fantastic views to Dalt Vila, this is an enclosed bay sheltered from the waves, from where various islets and reefs can also be seen.

The cove’s sandy seabed makes it suitable for anchoring, but there is no catering service for boats.


At almost one kilometre in length, this is the longest beach on the island.

It is located only a few metres from the town of Ibiza, and from both its waters as well as its exclusive floating bar, you can enjoy some of the most spectacular dawns on the island, surround by the most absolute calm.

The sand on the beach extends to the seabed, where there are also zones of marine vegetation.

Anchoring is permitted, although there is also no catering service for boats.

Ses Salines

Perhaps one of the best-known beaches in Ibiza owing to the beauty of its setting, Ses Salines presents sunrises whose poetic splendour makes them essential viewing.

Surrounded by the Ses Salines Nature Reserve, an expanse of land to the south of the island where the sea enters to leave salt behind once the water has evaporated, this is a long beach of fine sand with warm, turquoise waters.

It is a corner of the coast that is almost unspoilt and of outstanding natural beauty, with stunning views to s’Espalmador and Formentera and where the conditions for anchoring are perfect, on a sandy seabed with the occasional rock.

The up-market beach bars (Malibú, Jockey Club and Sa Trinxa) offer a catering service for boats .

Cala Sant Vicent

To the northwest of the island you can also delight in an enchanting daybreak.

Also known as Cala Maians or Sa Cala, this cove is close to Sa Cova d’Es Cuieram, a 5th-century BCE Punic sanctuary dedicated to the Goddess Tanit.

To accompany the stunning sunrise is the beautiful view of a luxuriant pinewood as a backdrop to the cove, with its fine-sand beach with crystalline waters.

Sheltered from the northerly and westerly wind currents, its waters are suitable for anchoring on the sandy seabed, keeping an eye out for a few rocks that are to be found 20 metres from the coastline.

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