Cala Comte is a beach that is situated in Ibiza, Spain. The small sandy beach is known for its shallow clear water which is created due to a consistent flow of sea currents. The beach has several coves nearby. It is a popular spot for families who take up most of the east end of the beach with the west seen as an unofficial nudist spot. The view from the beach includes a number of small nearby islands.
The best way to get to the beach is to drive. If you can’t drive to the beach then a bus service runs in the summer from both San Antonio and Ibiza Town. Ferries also run to the beach from San Antonio harbour.
Opening Times and Admission
The beach is free to visit at any hour of any day. Close to the beach, there are a restaurant and toilet facilities. In the summer months, the beach is patrolled by a lifeguard.