Cala d'Aubarca

North & Interior Ibiza

The giant bite-shaped bay of Cala d’Aubarca spans around 3km, and its sheer scale never fails to impress. It's signposted 2km north of Sant Mateu; a rough dirt track leads 2km further north up to wooded cliffs high above the bay. There's no beach: park up and hike down to the shoreline (around 20 minutes).

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