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Sant Josep municipality

Located south of the island and agglutinates the villages of  Sant Josep, Sant Agustí, Es Cubells and Sant Jordi

  • Torre des Savinar e islotes de Es Vedrà y Es Vedranell, en la costa de Sant Josep
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Puesta de sol sobre los estanques del Parque Natural de Ses Salines
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  • Ca na Rosa, en Sant Josep, uno de los más bellos ejemplos de arquitectura ibicenca
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  • El Poblado Fenicio de Sa Caleta fue erigido en el siglo VIII a.C.
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  • Crepúsculo en Cala Molí, en la costa de Sant Josep
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  • Platja d\'en Bossa, una de las playas más extensas de Ibiza
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Todos los municipios rurales de Ibiza cuentan con una iglesia fortificada. En la imagen, la de Sant Jordi
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Platges de Comte está considerada una de las playas más bellas del mundo
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Los acantilados de Sant Josep albergan algunos chalets increíbles, como este de la costa de Porroig
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  • Torre d\'en Rovira, situada entre Platges de Comte y Cala Bassa, en la costa de Sant Josep
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  • El pueblo de Sant Agustí, en fiestas
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  • Puerto de pescadores de Sa Caleta
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  • \'Llaüts\' de pesca fondeados en Cala Llentrisca, en la costa de Es Cubells
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Es Cavallet, una de las playas más conocidas de Ibiza, en el Parque Natural de Ses Salines
    Photo: Xescu Prats

Sant Josep is the largest municipality in Ibiza, and its territory comprises natural and cultural assets that were included in the World Heritage declaration of 1999. It is in the south of the island and it is the region with more beaches, distributed along 80 kilometres of coast. In this area there are beautiful cliffs, magic rocky offshore isles and virgin areas such as the natural parks of Cala d’Hort and Ses Salines, which are true earthly paradises. Inland, the countryside is full of pines, junipers, fig trees and carob trees, scattered houses and small villages with lots of charm.

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Exhibición de 'ball pagès' en la plaza de la iglesia de Sant Josep

Photo: Xescu Prats

In this municipality the visitor can discover the watchtowers of Ses Portes, Es Carregador, en Rovira and the one des Savinar. The latter is situated in the island’s most impressive viewpoint, in front of es Vedrà isle, a magic spot numerous legends. Don’t forget to visit the beautiful churches of Sant Jordi, Sant Josep, Sant Agustí, Es Cubells and Sant Francesc.

Archaeology lovers will enjoy a visit to the Phoenician village of Sa Caleta, included in World Heritage UNESCO’s list, and the Punic-Roman township of Ses Païsses in Cala d’Hort, both situated in privileged spots. They help people to understand better both the history and present of the island.

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La costa de Sant Josep ofrece una larga sucesión de playas, con agradables chiringuitos. En la imagen, Es Jondal

Photo: Xescu Prats

It has many tourist areas, but the most important are Platja d’en Bossa and Cala de Bou. The airport is located in this area. Its coves concentrate many of the most famous beach bars and restaurants. There are also multiple luxury villas in some of cliff tops.

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Sant Josep is the largest municipality and occupies the southern part of the island. Its main town, Sant Josep, is 15 km. from the capital and 11 km. from the airport.

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