Ibiza has some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world! Every year, thousands of people flock to the island just to witness them.
The wondrous vision of the sun going down is the serene quiet moment before the island, famed for its parties and clubs, gets pumped up and a little more lively. While the sunset strip of bars in San Antonio might be popular for this, they can also be expensive and fairly crowded.
Check out our interactive map below to see where the best sunset spots in Ibiza are, and feel free to embed it on your own site as well!
A popular beach for sunset spotting, as you can see above. This is due, in large part, to the drummers who visit every Sunday to play the sun out as it sinks below the horizon.
Be sure to get down early to grab a good spot. Sure, you’ll be able to see the sunset from almost anywhere, but you’ll have a hell of a time parking near the packed beach.
Na Xamena Cliffs
Rather than settling on one of the island’s many beaches, the Na Xamena cliffs allow you to see from a higher vantage point, giving you a unique view of this incredible sight.
If you want to enjoy the beauty of this area from the comfort of your room, you can do much worse than the beautiful Hacienda hotel.
This world-famous restaurant and bar is home to more than just the soup of the day.
Enjoy a spot of lunch and a cocktail in the daytime, or arrive before sunset to see some incredible entertainment from the resident DJs, and maybe even a celeb or two.
One of Fatboy Slim and David Guetta’s favourite spots.
Cafe Del Mar
Known as The Home of Chillout, Cafe Del Mar was established so that people could enjoy the sunset in a relaxed environment.
An Ibiza staple since 1980, the location is now iconic and there are few other places in the world that the sunset and the soundtrack go hand in hand.
Cala Conta Beach
A picturesque paradise made all-the-more beautiful at sunset.
The beach can get extremely crowded in the summer, so we’d recommend taking to the ocean itself and enjoying the view from the water.
Es Vedra Rock
This small rocky island is surrounded by myth and legend. The third most magnetic spot in the world, the island was also home to the sirens and sea-nymphs described in Homer’s Odyssey.
After the sun goes down, look out for paranormal goings-on — many people compare it to the Bermuda Triangle!
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