The nature of Ibiza is undoubtedly the most important attraction of the island. Ibiza has an area of 572 km2, of which 210 km of beach length, which can be enjoyed all year round, thanks to the warm climate and the 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. There are many ways to enjoy the sea, the beaches and the wide range of services in different ambiences.
The island’s beaches are known for their unique beauty and turquoise, transparent waters made possible by the praderas of Posidonia Oce nica on the seabed, which were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.
There are magical coves, such as the Cala d’Hort, which is dominated by the rocky island of Es Vedro, and others of unique beauty, such as the Platges de Comte, less visited corners, such as Es Pou des LLeo and large family beaches, such as the Platja d’en Bossa or Es Figueral. The beaches of Ses Salines and Es Cavallet are located in nature reserves whose dunes are of great ecological importance.