No holiday to Ibiza is complete without couple of great pictures of Ibiza’s breathtaking sunset. After all, Ibiza is renowned all over the world for its soul-shaking sunsets, which they never get boring, no matter how many times you have seen them!

With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of iconic sights, some of the island’s most awe-inspiring sunset spots, where you can enjoy this magical moment and chill out with a delicious drink in your hand.


Cala Comte
Perched on the gorgeous beach of Cala Comte, on the West coast of the island, Sunset Ashram is an iconic Ibiza institution. As you might guess from the name, it’s possibly one of the best spots to watch the sunsets on the White Isle. Unwind while sipping on delicious cocktails, overlooking the gorgeous turquoise sea.

Cala d’Hort
Known as Es Vedra, the rocky island in front of Cala d’Hort, has been the centre of myths and legends for years. Whether you believe any of the stories or not, it’s a stunning landmark that will make your holiday snap sizzle. Enjoy a day at the beach, then head to the restaurant of Es Boldado, perched on the cliff to watch the sun go down in this quaint spot.

Cala Tardia
Cala Tarida is a truly beautiful spot for watching the sun set, a paradisiacal location to end your day. Watching the sky turns into a vivid red, while dining on the rooftop restaurant of Cotton Beach Club, has got to be the most delicious way to see the sunset in Ibiza.

Sant Antoni

San Antonio’s hip sunset strip has been attracting sunset worshipper for decades. Packed with iconic bars and restaurant bringing together music, breathtaking sunsets and fun – Living the moment has never been so easy!

Head to Hostal La Torre in Cap Negret if you are looking for a more intimate location. You can sit on their terrace and enjoy the panoramic views. There’s nothing quite like watching the sun set and revealing in the warm glow while enjoying their delicious cocktails surrounded by nature.


When many people think of Ibiza sunsets, they think of the island’s west coast. But Ibiza veterans know that there is a place in the South, set right in heart of the Ses Salines salt flats, where you can watch the sun sink into the horizon. Experimental Beach, in Cap D’es Falco, is laid-back chic at its finest! They offer exquisite cuisine, prime cocktails, and impressive views across the Mediterranean.


Benirras beach is the only spot in the North of the island where you can watch the sunsetting, It’s a pretty cove, mostly quiet during the week but that can get pretty crowded on a Sunday when its famous hippy bongo session took place. The restaurant Elements is the best place to be, while experiencing the authentic spirit of Ibiza at dusk.