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13-09-2017

The best sunsets in Ibiza

Whether it be from a boat or from any of the famous beach clubs or the sand on the beaches, the sunsets to be seen from the west and north coastlines of Ibiza are yet one more attraction for tourists and residents, who have converted a visit to iconic zones to enjoy the fading hours of daylight into a ritual.

We reveal to you some of the most magical locations from where you can watch these stunning sunsets.

Benirràs

The bay of Benirràs is in the north of the island and offers one of the most famous sunsets in Ibiza. One of the most authentic audiovisual spectacles on the island takes place in this small bay: The Drums of Benirràs.

Each Sunday, hundreds of people congregate here with their drums and bongos to bid farewell to the sun to the rhythm of percussion, whilst marvelling at the different tones that colour the sea and sky with the light that makes this small corner of the island so special.

Punta Galera

Smooth rocky terraces on varying levels and small boat huts. This is one of the White Isle’s nudist spots par excellence. It is also one of the least frequented bays in the western zone.

So if you’re looking for a moment of disconnection and internal peace, we recommend the sunset viewed from this different and unique place, where you can savour it accompanied only by the sound of nature.

Cala Conta

Thanks to its crystalline waters that are perfect for snorkelling, the Platja del Comte is one of the most popular beaches on the island. Its prime position makes it one of the most famous places to watch the sun set, with a horizon dotted with small islets.

On a rock that divides this broad, sandy beach is one of Ibiza’s most legendary Beach Clubs: the Sunset Ashram chiringuito, from where you can enjoy watching a stunning sunset listening to music chosen by its DJs.

Cala d’Hort

Opposite the islets of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell is a cliff that forms part of the Cala d’Hort Nature Reserve.

It is considered one of the most beautiful spots in Ibiza, offering one of the most impressive sunsets on the island, with the majestic views of the small islets offshore, the cliffs and small fishing huts on the beach.

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