The beach at Cala Vedella sits at the end of a narrow mouthed cove which is surrounded by pine capped hills (The Rough Guide to Ibiza & Formentera. Pub: Rough Guides, Penguin Group, 2003).
It is a very family friendly beach with a wide offer of services in the area (restaurant, parking, supermarket, diving school..). Most of the ground is sandy and the deepest water begins to be covered by Posidonia meadows, which is a biomarker of the marine richness. It is an excellent place to swim and boat anchoring due to its orographyc protection against the wind. “The water is very shallow close to the beach and its crystal clear water slope very gently, perfect for bathing. To rocky sides to the cove are an ideal environment for snorkeling.” (Wikipedia). It’s an ideal place for families with small children.
Cala Vedella is one of the beaches awarded with Blue Flag by the International Jury in 2013/2014. In 2013 were 10 Blue Flag beaches in Ibiza.
According to Wikipedia, “The main beach has good access for the disabled, during the summer season the beach is patrolled by lifeguards. There are Loungers, parasols and Pedalo’s which can be hired. Just of the beach many types of water sports can be enjoyed, such as snorkelling, water skiing and there is a diving school“. There is a parking for cars “including a small amount of allocated parking bays for disabled drivers displaying a European blue badge.
And beautiful sunsets!