One of the most popular things to do on Ibiza is to watch the sunset or sunrise and enjoy some of the amazing idyllic spots on the island with their marvellous views. Ibiza has a great variety of natural and manmade landmarks of spectacular scenic beauty. There are so many that it is hard to choose, but if fancy a beautiful scenario for relaxing, for taking pictures or for that romantic moment, we can recommend some of the most beautiful viewpoints on the island of Ibiza.
Where can I enjoy the views on Ibiza?
Dalt Vila Viewpoint or King Jaume I Viewpoint
As we have mentioned elsewhere, a trip to the historical old town cannot be left off your Ibiza to-do list. When you go up to the Cathedral, from the viewpoint opposite it you will be able to enjoy an amazing panoramic view of the port and the city.
Torre des Savinar:
Better known as the Torre del Pirata or Pirate’s tower, this defence tower, opposite the famous islots of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell and very close to the beach of Cala d’Hort, affords one the most photographed views in Ibiza.
This is a perfect place to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see.
Viewpoint of Sa Talaia:
The highest point of the island is Sa Talaia, in San José. At 475 metres above sea level you can enjoy one of the best sights of Ibiza. You can almost reach the top by car although we recommend you go on foot as the lovely walk up is not too strenuous.
Sa Punta des Molí:
In San Antonio Bay you can find this small enclave consisting of an ancient windmill, a water wheel, an old oil press as well as an exhibition hall and auditorium.
Many interesting events are held here availing of its installations and magnificent the sea and sunset views.
Puig de Missa:
At the top of a hill in Santa Eulalia is the landmark lookout viewpoint of Puig de Missa with a fortress church dating back to the XVI century, some quaint typical houses and the Barrau Museum. The gorgeous views of sea and Santa Eulalia are simply breath-taking. To get here you only need to muster the energy for a short uphill stroll.
Church of San Miguel:
The fortress church of San Miguel, which crowns a low hill, is one of the most beautiful on the island. We recommend you first go up the church and then walk around the hill to enjoy some surprisingly beautiful views of both the sea and the whole north of the island. Every Thursday afternoon during the summer you can also enjoy exhibitions of “baile payés” the typical folk dance of the island.
Viewpoint of Cap Negret:
North of San Antonio, very close to the beaches of Cala Gració and Punta Galera you will find these amazing cliffs, just the spot for enjoying a marvellous sunset.
As you can see there is a great amount of gorgeous scenery to discover. Why not give it a go?