Cala San Vicente, Ibiza

December 14th, 2008 - 2:53 pm Posted in Cala San Vicente, ibiza | Comments (1)

cala san vicenteTucked away in the north eastern corner of Ibiza, this little village of Cala San Vicente sprung up around one of the biggest and most beautiful beaches on the island.

The actual village of San Vicente basically consists of a post office and a church so the beach resort gets most of the press…

Protected by a huge cliff to the north, the settlement consists mainly of large hotels, which explains why it remains almost deserted throughout the winter. It does, however, have history by virtue of an ancient cave a few kilometers away up in the hills. The ancient contents of the “Cova d’es Cuilleram” prove the existence of a local community back before the time when the Greeks first discovered the island, to find its tiny population worshipping the goddess Tanit – and many still do?

Cala San Vicente page.

The bay before the hotels:
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One Response to “Cala San Vicente, Ibiza”

  1. Mike R. Says:

    I love to see old images, I have been to this place and I really enjoyed it. I surely recommend this place for beach lovers