Es Cubells, Ibiza, Balearics, Spain
This is a tiny village straggling along the cliff top, reached by driving past terraces of orange and olive trees. The tiny settlement was founded by a Carmelite priest Father Palau I Quer who persuaded the Vatican to fund construction of a chapel in 1855.
The whitewashed sandstone building is magnificently situated above the deep blue Mediterranean, in the centre of the little hamlet of a few houses. A small popular bar restaurant with panoramic views is an ideal lunch stop to while away a few hours. From the village, a steep road leads down to a Cala Cubells which is a long narrow beach of rocks and sand. There's some good snorkeling over the rocks further out and a beach bar, but the rather deep water makes this beach less suitable for young children.
Es Cubells Villas