Cala Vadella is a sheltered hillside bay, a spectacular hidden sight of white sand and pretty turquoise sea. Blissfully shallow waters enclosed by pine filled hills make Vadella feel like your own personal paradise. Dotted with glam white yachts, and trendy beach restaurants, every luxury is afforded to you here.
Nearby, the village San Jose de sa Talaia is at the foot of Ibiza’s tallest mount, Sa Talaiassa. Famous locally for its history, the village boasts a medieval baroque style church and proximity to Unesco World Heritage Site Sa Caleta. Ibiza’s most spectacular hikes and landscapes surround this village. The breath-taking convergence of Land and Sea which characterises the Ibizan isle can be enjoyed from your deckchair, on foot or cycle, and on horseback, with several riding schools in the area.
One could also venture north, the plage at Port Des Torrent has been described as Ibiza‘s western gem. Turquoise waters and the intrigue of an old port village contribute to its handsome Spanish charm. Quieter than the nearby town of San Antonio, only five minutes away, the old port hosts many traditional tavernas and restaurants. Evenings are comfortingly Mediterranean, heart-warming and laid back.
Attracted by Ibiza’s world famous nightlife? Combine thrills with relaxation. Both Amnesia and Pacha, two unforgettable mainstays of the Ibizan clubbing scene, are less than thirty minutes away.
This Eden by the sea remains highly accessible. Cala Vadella rests 18 kilometres from the airport and 20 kilometres from the capital Ibiza Town, travel to and from the property is seamless.