The south-western coast of Ibiza is the least tourist crowded part of Ibiza mainly due to the relatively difficult availability of local beaches and bays. And the bays are the main asset of this region. Cala Vadella is one of the most picturesque bays in this region.
Cala Vadella is not a lonely bay. It is a small tourist resort, which however, is not massively haunted by tourists due to the large distance from other resorts. There is also not much space left to build more hotels making it a cozy and very nice place. All buildings around the bay are rather low and blend in well with the local landscape.
The main advantage of the bay is the beach with absolutely transparent water with white sand on the bottom. The beach shell-shaped, more than 250 m long and about 80 m wide. The bay is shallow, even 30 meters from the beach. Its depth is about 1.5 meters with sandy bottom mostly, only from a certain distance starts seaweed. The bay is perfectly protected from the wind and waves, which makes it convenient to anchor for a night.
Among the nearby bays it is worth recommending Cala Moli surrounded by pine trees, with a turquoise water.