My Top 10 Ibiza Photography Favourites – Cala D’hort
Cala D’hort is one of those special places that everyone just loves as soon as they see it. Looming on the horizon is Es Vedra, which to many is Ibiza and certainly makes for some beautiful photos.
Small coves, high cliffs, fisherman’s huts and tasty restaurants, Cala D’hort is high up on my list of places you have to visit whilst spending time in Ibiza. I’ve shot wedding ceremonies, families, couples and a fair few surprise proposals here. Everyone has said yes by the way!
Ibiza Photography Favourites – Cala D’hort.
Cala d’Hort is on the west coast of Ibiza. The beach is in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia and is 13.3 miles (21.4 km) west of Ibiza town. The village of Sant Josep de sa Talaia is 7.0 miles (11.3 km) east of the beach.
Families: will love the beach and fisherman’s huts. There’s also boats to sit in, piers to explore and rocks to jump all over. The stunning backdrop of Es Vedra is ever present and makes every photo extra special.
Couples: have endless areas for loved up pics. The walks along the seafront at sunset just look amazing, whilst there are also some great little rocky corners and palm fringed shady spots for more cosy moments.
And for couples with a surprise in mind Cala D’hort is perfect ♥ I LOVE proposals and more than that I love surprise proposals. It just blows me away how thoughtful these fellas are and how far they’ve come for this special moment. Literally from all over the world! Tears of joy guaranteed ♥
Small Ceremonies: The cliffs around Cala D’hort are amazing! And one of the best things about this area is there’s always somewhere perfect for an intimate wedding, even during busier months. The backdrop is just stunning and the best bit is that after the photos there are some super romantic and beautiful restaurants where you can raise a glass of chilled cava sangria afterwards!
For more info about Ibiza Small Ceremonies you can head to my blog post created just for couples who would like to create their own special moment in Ibiza.
Did you know that the island of Es Vedra was once home to a wild goat population? How they ended up living there is something of a mystery which stretches back to the early 90s. But it was their demise in 2016 which drew the most attention. After much arguing the local government decided they were doing too much damage to the islands’ native flora and fauna. This meant that they should be culled. A series of protests then erupted on the island and then tragically it was the end of an era. Talk suggests that not every goat was got, so you never know, they may already be multiplying and back, leaping around the rock in a few years’ time!