Cala Carbó is a small, quiet cove southeast of the island of Ibiza. Especially noted for being in a very natural environment, surrounded by pine forests, because fortunately this beach has not been affected by massive building.
Cala Carbó is a very small cove, so in peak season, especially weekend, it can be very crowded. If you go to Cala Carbó dont miss the chance to eat at one of the two restaurants on the beach. Restaurants are one of the charms of Cala Carbo, in restaurants served very good food marine style, like paella or fresh fish.
Cala Carbo is located in a bay well protected from the wind, so waves won’t disturb you. The sand in this cove is formed by small stones, which can annoy you if you are walking barefoot, especially when leaving the water. However, the sea is spectacular for diving in this cove, don’t forget your goggles. Although you have very good places near to see the sunset, from Cala Carbo you can not see the sun because of the enclosed bay in which it is located.
How to get to Cala Carbó?
To go to Cala Carbó, you can go wether from San Antonio or San Jose and follow the signs that lead to Tarida and Cala Cala Vadella. Then find a signposted detour will take you through a winding road passing between lush pine forests to Cala Carbó.