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Cala Comte
Cala Comte

Cala Comte

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254 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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Amazing
Raul_F, Jul 2020
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
The experience was incredible! The staff was magnificent and the calas that we visited were beautiful!
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Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Beach Hopping Cruise, Paddle Surf-Snorkel-Drinks- FYB
Stephanie L, Sep 2019
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
Had a great time on the cruise ! We went to 3 beaches and a swim spot. Lovely sunset. Great selection of music ! It was more a chill vibe which I was looking for towards the end of my trip. I would definitely recommend.
star-4
Nice way to explore different beaches near San Antonio
Eurotravellerdaniele, Jul 2019
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Sunset Beach Hopping Cruise
Good way to explore different beaches in the area, but make sure to bring food as the snacks provided are minimal.
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Very good boat trip
donnadaisybell, Aug 2019
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Sunset Beach Hopping Cruise
I was a little wary of randomly booking this online, knowing nothing about the company or location. I needn't have worried, it was totally fine and generally well organised. Queueing in the blazing sun to 'check in' before getting on the boat was probably the worst part. Once on the boat there was plenty of space for everyone and they give you your own plastic tumbler for the open bar. Cava, beer, sangria, soft drinks and water on tap. Excellent value for money. We stopped at Cala Bassa but it was too coppy for Cala Compte unfortunately. Loved whizzing down the slide at the back of the boat for the swimming stop, water was lovely and refreshing. Two sets of toilets on board too, which was great. I founf the staff friendly and helpful. The snacks laid on were more than adequate and you can also buy crisps etc on board. You can take food on with you too. It's very relaxed. Not a party boat, thankfully, but a good mix of people and a lovely atmosphere. Good value for money, I would recommend,
star-4
good time
funtravels53, Aug 2019
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
We had a good time. Expected more of a meal for the money. There was cut fresh fruit and Prawns served only on napkins that got soggy real quick. No plates or forks to eat it with. No fault of the excursion but we saw no fish at all when snorkeling. Maybe stop at a different location.
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Fantastic day trip :-)
Vacation62627284002, Jun 2019
Cala Comte and Cala Bassa Cruise with Paddle Surf, Snorkel and Drinks
Great value for money. Boat staff very friendly and helpful. Great stops for swimming and beach. Food on board was very nice. Highly recommended to anyone :-)

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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