The Cala Vadella is a bay in the southwest of the island of Ibiza. It is surrounded by the homonymous resort Cala Vadella. Cala Vadella belongs to the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia.
The fine sandy beach of the bay is about 200 m long and up to 75 m wide. The water quality of Cala Vadella regularly awarded with the Blue Flag for good water quality. The bay has, due to the enclosure by rocky cliffs of the north and south, the appearance of a natural swimming pool. This means that both a good protection against high waves is connected, as well as a little flow in the bay. The beach falls in Cala Vadella very shallow into the sea. It is quite possible, up to 50 meters to run into it without having to swim in the water. Directly on the beach are restaurants and boutiques. There are some fishermen's cottages, some of which are restored in the year and still in use on the north side.
At the Cala Vadella close to the rear out some restaurants, from simple Bocadillostand to the finer restaurants, at. Also, to find shops and smaller supermarkets in the immediate vicinity of the beach. There are some hotels and apartment facilities at the rear slopes of the bay.
In the environment of the bay there are several diving schools, a pedal boat and jet ski rentals and several car hire companies have settled. From a jetty at the southern end of the bay you can do with a former fishing boat boat trips to the island of Es Vedra on the west coast of Ibiza and on the west coast in a northerly direction to the many small coves along. The rural hinterland of Cala Vadella ideal for hiking. From Cala Vadella from both the Cala Carbo, Cala d'Hort to reach the and the Cala Moli good by a longer walk.
World famous and yet mysterious shows the picturesque island of Ibiza. Together with Formentera forms the popular Mediterranean island pitiusischen the islands. In addition to the lively tourist centers and the internationally famous nightlife can be found in the island's interior a charming rural idyll with blooming orchards and picturesque villages. With luck, you discovered while walking through isolated areas hidden coves or romantic country houses that invite you to linger. The fascinating blend of diverse nature, cultural attractions, traditions and vitality attracts visitors from all over the world on the picturesque island.
Bays with crystal clear waters, uninhabited rocky islands that rise out of the water and Mediterranean pine forests characterize the landscape of the island. Whether swimming in the refreshing water or on long walks through vineyards and orchards - at many places on the island that you can discover the unspoiled nature Ibizan: Millennial olive trees, junipers spectacular, colorful flowers, hawks, rabbits, lizards, partridges ...
Over the whole island, the fragrance of lavender, thyme or rosemary in the air - to match the preference of Ibizans for good food. The natural larders of the island have produced a culinary knowledge that is passed on for generations. The sea provides delicious fish and seafood and is found in the woods mushrooms, asparagus, wild game, all of which contribute to the gastronomic diversity in Ibiza. In a unique location, the culinary delicacies will be served to guests: With your feet in the fine sand beach, in narrow alleys of the picturesque villages or in old farmhouses in the middle of the country.
The capital of Ibiza (Eivissa) is surrounded by impressive fortress walls that belong to the best-preserved coastal fortress in the Mediterranean and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Also the remains of Sa Calenta and the necropolis of Puig des Molins are parts of the world cultural heritage and remember the old settlements and the social life of the Phoenician colonies in the western Mediterranean.
Traditional and vital
Travelers from all over the world and the local island culture result in a fascinating mix of tradition and vitality. On the whole island is reminiscent of the Ibizan identity and culture: the case of a "ball pagès", the traditional island dance, in the whitewashed villas with their covered courts "porxo", or by the numerous artisans who live in Ibiza.