Ibiza is renowned for it’s world famous sunsets, and there are plenty of bars a restaurants cashing in on the sunset real estate – but if you’d like to find somewhere special to watch the sun go down where you don’t have to pay through the nose for a cocktail – here are or suggested 5 sunset spots in Ibiza that are open to the public…
Where: Cala D’Hort – South West
About: Probably the most iconic sunset in Ibiza, you can view Es Vedra from a few different vantage points around the South West Coast of the island – it’s in perfect position for sunset.
Where: Benirras (San Lorenzo) – North West
About: Maybe the best spot in the North of the island to see the sunsetting, Benirras beach is beautiful everyday of the week, but it’s famous for it’s Sunday Bongo session, that goes on until the sun goes down.
Las Puertas Del Cielo
Where: Santa Agnès – West
About: If you are looking for a peaceful sunset spot, a short walk from the restaurant takes you to a secluded area where you can enjoy a scenic sea view at the aptly named ‘doors to heaven’.
Where: Salinas – South West
About: There is no where else quite as unusual as Salinas for a sunset- watching the day disappear above the glistening salt flats until there’s no light behind the hills behind is something difficult to replicate.
Time & Space Sunset Sundial
Where: Cala Llentia – South West
About: Newly erected by the new owner of Heart Club, ‘Sunset Sundial’ or ‘Sunset Stone Henge’ as it’s also known, has been gifted to the public and is a beautiful place to have picnic and watch the sun go down.