Comte Beach in Ibiza (or Cala Comte or Platja d'En Comte) is the postcard beach. Divided into two zones and separated by a restaurant on a rocky point, this sandy beach is facing the island of Bosc (uninhabited).
The right area is classic with access adapted for people with reduced mobility, a lifeguard station and water activities.
The left area is more original with mini-cliffs with several floors laid along the thin stretch if sand. The smooth rock can easily be used for sun bathing.
Swimming is on a gentle shelving sea bed. However, if the winds come from the west or the north, this beach is not sheltered ... so swimming is not recommended (it's pretty rare in summer).
Like all popular Ibiza beaches, it is difficult to find a place in the summer (the car park is quickly full). It is therefore advisable to arrive early.
This beach is also a great spot to watch the sunset. The restaurant between the sandbars (on the hills) is very popular in the evening.
To go to this beach from Sant Antoni, follow the PM-803 towards Eivissa for 5 km then turn off to the right (signposts for Cala Bassa, Cala Tarida and Comte beach). Follow the road to the car park (5 km).
... Unusual rocks, clear waters, swimming on gentle shelving sea beds ... We are on the main beach (right area, in the centre there is a restaurant and behind another beach).
A beautiful beach known to all ... the place is also popular in the evening for watching the sunset.
Not much to criticize although it is very crowded.