Cala Conta - Ibiza's most famous cove
Cala Conta

Made up of fine, pearly sands and deep turquoise waters, Cala Conta offers an idyllic landscape that makes it one of the favorite beaches for tourists and inhabitants of San Antonio alike.

Conta Beaches are made up of two pleasant coves, Cala Conta and Racó d'en Xic, small bays facing several islets that provide magnificent views from the cove.

Cala Conta, also known as Cala Comte, has become a very popular beach, so during the summer months it's usually bustling with tourists. The beauty of its surrounding environment makes it a must-visit, even though it may be a bit tricky to find a space to lay out your towel.


  • Length: 600 meters.
  • Width: 30 meters.

How to get to Cala Conta

If you're coming by car, be aware you can't park next to the beach. There is a large area for parking before the barrier, but make sure you don't park along the road as you may be fined.

From June to September there is a bus service from the bus station in San Antonio.

If you haven't rented a car, another option is to take a boat ride, or you can also get a ferry from the port of San Antonio. 


If you're looking to have dinner at the beach, be sure to give Sunset Ashram a visit, where you can enjoy spectacular sunset views

Nearby places

Cala Codolar (1.9 km) Cala Bassa (2.3 km) Cala Tarida (3.1 km) Cala Molí (4.3 km) Cala Gracioneta (5.1 km)