The best beaches of the island are dotted among the beautiful cliffs of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, but the site offers many other things to see, this is our selection, a list of the essential of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia so you don’t miss anything
From TripKay we recommend renting a vehicle to travel more than 80 km of coastline comprising some of the most beautiful and famous beaches of the island. The beaches stand out both for the quality of its waters and the beauty of its islets and tongues plagued fine white sand landscapes. You can not miss beaches such as Cala Comte, Cala Vedella or Cala Bassa or enjoy a wonderful meal in one of the famous restaurants of Ses Salines.
Knowing firsthand the history of Ibiza discovering the many defensive towers that are scattered along the coastline . Beautiful towers built centuries ago in strategic locations that served to protect the population from attacks by pirates and privateers. You will love the beautiful towers located in magical spots , such as the Pirate in Cala d’ Hort , the d’en Rovira in Platges de Comte des Carregador or near Ses Salines.
For many people Cala Conta is the best beach in Ibiza, white sand, incredibly clear waters, and a beautiful landscape background dotted with islets, a fantastic place to enjoy the sunset where the most revellers may lengthen the party the night of moon filled with the Full moon party that there are often organised. Notes for Cala Conta is another of the essential of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia.
We must not lose the visit to Cova Santa a fantastic natural cave where you contemplate fantastic formations of stalactites and stalagmites. In deviation from Ibiza to San Josep de sa Talaia will find detour to Cova Santa. Today, the Group Corporate Amnesia, has become the cave a famous restaurant within a unique location.
We recommend knowing the Ses Salines Natural Park, considered one of the most important in the Balearic Islands of recognized environmental richness and great scenic beauty. The Park includes some of the most beautiful beaches of the island and the important area of the salt flats with many centuries of history.
Cala D’hort is one of the most famous beaches of Ibiza and is within the Cala D’hort Natural Park, where you’ll find some of the highest points in Ibiza which are the perfect vantage points to enjoy incredible panoramic views of the island and the islets of the Park which includes the famous island of Es Vedrá.
If you like to stroll among the stalls of handicrafts, clothes and objects, in the Centre of the village on a small pedestrian area is organized on summer mornings and evenings this curious hippy market. It is not the largest or the most famous of Ibiza such as the Las Dalias and Punta Arabí, but it also has its charm.
If you are interested in the history and culture in Sant Josep, a part of the defensive towers, there are many interesting visits such as the Phoenician site of Sa Caleta declared heritage of humanity by Unesco, its wells related the history of the firm on the island, the Santa Cova, a beautiful natural cave, or its medieval churches.