Sant Josep de Sa Talaia occupies almost the entire south of the island of Ibiza, and consists of several towns such as Sant Francesc de S’Estany, Sant Jordi de Ses Salines, Es Cubelles, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, Sant Agusti Es Vedrá area and Cala Bou, all of them small and picturesque towns in the region. Moreover, this is the gateway for thousands of tourists who visit the island each season, as this is where the Ibiza International Airport is situated.
Some of the best beaches in Ibiza are in Sant Josep de San Talaia
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is the municipality with the largest territory of them all and has many areas of interest, a lot of monuments and natural beauty. Its coastline is 84 km long and is the municipality with more beaches and coves around the island, many of them considered the most beautiful in Ibiza. Beaches as emblematic as Ses Salinas, Cala D’Hort, Cala Compte or Cala Vedella, are authentic natural paradises.
In ancient times, this area was for many years the target of attacks by corsairs and pirates. As a heritage area, in the municipality, they still preserve several watchtowers scattered throughout the coast, such as des Savinar d’en Rovira, Es Carregador or Torre de Ses Portes, all strategically placed at high points of the island from where to watch and monitor coasts.
The territory has a large cultural heritage and several churches worthy of being visited by its original architecture typically Ibizan such as Sant Josep Sant Agusti, Sant Jordi, Es Cubelles and Sant Francesc.
Nature in Sant Josep de Sa Talaia
Sant Josep de la Talaia has one of the most important natural parks of the Balearic such as Reserva Des Vedrá and Es Vedranell and Els Illots of Ponent. There are a total of 7 protected islands that are part of the Parc de Cala D’Hort i Es Vedrá. It also has the natural park of Ses Salines, a nature reserve that stretches across southern Ibiza to the neighboring island of Formentera including the seabed that separates them.
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