Located on the west coast of Ibiza, Cala Comte is one of the must-visit beaches on this Spanish island. It’s perfect for both family beach-goers and those looking to be a little more exhibitionist. For those who prefer to keep their suits on, stick to the west side. Over on the east side, the beach tends to skew a little more nudist thanks to the coves and little enclaves.
During the summer months, visitors flock to this gorgeous beach with crystal clear water. It’s the perfect spot to chill out and get a little exercise—off shore are tiny bits of land jutting from the Mediterranean, a moderate swim for those looking to get their heart rate up.
Be sure to stop at one of the few restaurants in town for glass of wine to enjoy as the sun sinks below the horizon, complete with a DJ creating a live soundtrack. Cala Comte is quite possibly the best spot on the island to catch the spectacular and colorful sunsets.
Beachgoers take note: there are few spots for shade here, so come prepared. SPF, umbrellas, cover-ups are necessary.