Cala de Sant Vicent (Sant Vicent de sa Cala) is a small beach resort village, situated in a quiet bay in the unspoilt, north-eastern tip of the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja, on the island of Ibiza. The road up there offers an incredible view of Cala San Vicente,
especially coming from direction San Carlos - Santa Eulalia, when we see towering
cliffs and a wide beach with clean turquoise water.
The bay has a wide sandy beach, is enclosed by steep cliffs and Ibiza's highest
mountain Sa Talaia (303 m above sea level) and has clear, shallow waters.
The hills above the resort are home to a series of caves, Cova des
Culleram, encompassing some of the islands oldest history dating back more
than two thousand years.
You will pass the beautiful beach of Aguas Blancas, along a terrific coastal road,
on the way to San Juan and Portinatx, from Santa Eulalia.
In the neighbouring area some great little coves are found, like Port de ses