From San Antonio and San Jose follow the signs to Cala Vadella, at that point onwards to Cala Carbo.
With retro palm leaf umbrellas, yet hammocks outfitted with rich beddings and sheets, Cala Carbo is the smartest possible solution. The little, disconnected inlet is encircled by pine trees and feels like it is a private seashore – albeit everyone is consistently welcome. The state of the inlet and the mountains behind it make Cala Carbo somewhat more shielded from the components than other close-by-sea shores in Ibiza which is ideal toward the start and end of the period when you're hoping to broaden your seashore day.
The moment 'occasion' feeling you get when you show up at Cala Carbo, complete with the smell of new fish floating through the air from the rural beachside eateries. Famous with Spanish local people for its untainted and un-business vibes, you'll additionally discover a lot of ex-pat occupants, likewise looking for a seashore that isn't 'invade' by travelers.
Area: a short ways from Cala Vadella, 10 min commute from San José,
Offices: parasols, loungers, eateries
Arriving: There's a restricted vehicle leaving a short stroll from the seashore yet it can get interesting to discover a spot at end of the week in the top season. Arrived exclusively via vehicle, follow signs from San José or San Antonio, heading Cala Vadella & Cala Tarida.
The seashore is a blend of sand and rocks that racks tenderly into clear water. The rough coastline that reaches out from the sand is extraordinary for youngsters to scramble over, while fishing off the little pier is a more peaceful action. Great moorings are accessible for private boats. Cala Carbo has Ibiza's private small seashores. Sign at Cala Vadella to San José street turn left at the (behind the going at Cala d'Hort, not long before you arrive at Cala Vadella), & smaller street has a little, safeguarded sandy inlet encompassed by rough, pine-clad slopes.
The water is unmistakable and the rough coastline makes it an incredible spot for swimming. From San Antonio and San Jose follow the signs to Cala Vadella, at that point onwards to Cala Carbo. There is stopping toward the stopping point before the seashore however shows up sooner than expected. It has two exceptionally mainstream eateries offering great food, particularly fish & paella; and the more current expansion ('The insane sardine') La Sardinia Loca. They're well known at Sundays with local people it has to book at that point. The confined bay of Cala Carbo is a secret jewel on the southwest shoreline of the island. Well known with local people as it is still generally immaculate this wonderful seashore is encircled by rough, pine-clad slopes.