Set just outside the buzz of San Jose, Es Cubells offers seclusion and privacy, decorated with traditional fincas, rural farmland and olive and orange groves. Stress seems to just slip away here, surrounded by sweeping panoramic views over the southern coast of Ibiza, from Cap Llentrisca to Formentera. Time stands still in this small novel-like village, formed by its central white Ibicencan church on the cliffside, with two authentic restaurants serving up incredible Spanish dishes and a small children’s park. The coastline is quiet and picturesque, with a scattering of small fishermen's coves, boasting crystal clear waters inviting for swimming. The pebbly beach of Es Cubells is pure heaven, accessed by a small winding road surrounded by burnt amber cliff faces with a buzzing beach restaurant. There are plenty of villas that are peppered along the rocky cliffside, setting the scene for a tranquil Spanish getaway.
You’re just a short drive away from experiencing some of the island’s most unforgettable sunsets at Cala d’Hort, where you can witness the golden sun disappearing behind the islands of Es Vedra and Vedranell. Only twenty minutes further is the UNESCO-stamped historical haven of Ibiza town, where its 14th-century cathedral sits majestically in the heart of its ancient old town streets. Boasting the best gastronomic scene on the island, there’s an array of fine-dining mixed with traditional tapas bars to tempt your taste buds.