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Cala Comte

Cala Comte

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396 Reviews
Free admission

The Basics

Cala Comte beach is situated on the western coast of Ibiza and comprises two main beaches and a smaller cove. The western side of the beach is family friendly, while the cove known as Cala Escondida tends to be swimsuit-optional. One popular way to enjoy the beach is aboard a catamaran beach-hopping tour. These full-day excursions typically stop at Cala Comte and Cala Bassa and offer plenty of opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and sunset viewing.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Ibiza

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Our best day in Ibiza so far!
Isabelle_W, Jul 2021
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Sunset Beach Hopping Cruise
Cala Bassa was beautiful! The swim stop was so much fun with slides, paddle boards and jumping off the boat! Cala Comte had the most beautiful restaurants for you to sit in and enjoy while the sun went down. The boat stopped in the perfect location to watch the sunset and played great music all day to match the mood! Staff were all super friendly and the bottomless drinks kept flowing! Would definitely recommend!!
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Niceee
Judith_C, Aug 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
It was really fun and organized! The only downfall is they are not serving alcohol on the boat during Covid and the snacks were ok :/
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best parts were...
Thomas_P, Sep 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
best parts were snorkelling, cala basa and cala conta. The crew were fab and the views at sunset were amazing
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Absolutely brilliant trip...
Donna_B, Sep 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
Absolutely brilliant trip and unbelievable value for money definitely recommend. It started at half 3 and we got back at just after 8. We had ample time at each stop and they had loads of equipment for playing in the sea. The staff were lovely and you get loads of good food.
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Unique experience
Daphne, Jul 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
It was a really nice experience with a full program! We were 40 minutes on the beach at cala comte. It would be nicer if we were there longer. Apart from that it was great!
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Good time!
NN2021, Sep 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
Definitely more crowded than expected, but had a great time. Staff was great - we particularly enjoyed docking in the middle of the ocean and swimming - this was arguably better than the crowded beaches.
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Nice escape away from the city
Tiffany_G, Jul 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
3 stops : 2 to discover the beaches and 1 to snorkel, paddle etc All inclusive about drinks (sangria, water, soda and beer), you will have food as well (ham, bread, croquettes, fresh fruits)
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Amazing day out, fantastic locations and great value
Lorcan, Jul 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
An amazing way to see some of the best beaches island. Enjoyable way to get there and a fun swim stop in a stunning location. Great value for a whole day out.
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Best boat tour I’ve gotten on
ana_f, Jul 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
Such an excellent trip, you actually get much more than you expect, the group of the boat make it so much fun, you can have all the drinks you want and also have an appetitive
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Fab trip!
Carly_E, Aug 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
This trip was amazing. We enjoyed the beach stops at Cala Bassa and Cala Comte and the water toys and SUPs made the swim stop really fun. Swimming among lots of fish at Cala comte was a real highlight for our children. The snacks and drinks were plentiful and staff were great. They pointed out places of interest in both Spanish and English, but also played good music. The sunset was magical and it was all rounded off with the children feeding Ritz crackers to seagulls mid flight, after one of the staff showed them how to do it. The people on the trip were a mix of families, couples and groups of 20 somethings looking to party, but everyone had a good time. Thanks for an amazing trip!
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Best experience in Ibiza so far
Barca999, Jul 2021
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
What an amazing cruise. The beach stops were epic, and the swim stop at Cala Tarida was the best part of the whole trip! We got to paddle board, snorkel the most beautiful clear turquoise blue waters, and dive off of the front of the boat:D We would definitely recommend this cruise and are thinking about booking another one to Es Vedra with them since we had so much fun! The crew were really nice, and the food was good too. If you havent seen much of Ibiza yet this cruise is perfect, especially the sunset from the boat on our way back, WOW!!
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Great!
marcel, Aug 2020
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa Beach Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
We had a great day on this beautiful trip for this nice price. The crew was very friendly and served us well. Also we had the luck that four delfins visited our boat.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Cala Comte is a must-visit for families and those looking for a safe and beautiful swimming spot.

  • Don’t forget to bring sun protection; there isn’t much shade at this Ibiza beach.

  • Beware of incoming tides; they’ve been known to wash away belongings.

  • Catamaran tours often include snorkeling gear.

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How to Get There

The easiest way to get to Cala Comte is by taxi or car, but it’s also possible to catch a bus or ferry from San Antonio. These run throughout the summer season. The beach is about a 25-minute drive from Ibiza Town and a 10-minute drive from San Antonio.

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When to Get There

Due to its western-facing orientation, the beach gets busiest in the late afternoon hours with beachgoers coming to watch the sunset. The best season to enjoy Cala Comte is between May and October, when temperatures are warm enough to swim.

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Sunset Ashram

The two main beach areas of Cala Comte are divided by Sunset Ashram, a restaurant perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the water. Diners come to feast on Indian and Mediterranean cuisine while taking in the spectacular sunsets. Nightly DJs lend the spot a party vibe throughout the summer.

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