Located at the south-east of the island we find Sant Josep. This municipality has tourist areas as renowned as Playa den Bossa and the bay of Sant Antoni, in which we find famous beaches such as Cala Conta, Cala Bassa, Cala d’Hort with the imposing Rock of Es Vedrà, and the fashionable Cala Jondal beach. This municipality is made up of some of the most characteristic towns of the Ibizan landscape, which still preserve all their historic essence, towns such as Sant Jordi and Sant Agustí. The latter, for example, is considered by many to have the best preserved and most beautiful church of the whole island.
The beaches and coves of this municipality are the most impressive and beautiful of the whole island, such as the beaches of Es Cavallet and Salinas, which make up the Ses Salines Natural Park, one of the most beautiful and amazing environments and ecosystems in Ibiza, where salt is the main element. However, we cannot forget the famous meadows of posidonia oceanica, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, a unique Mediterranean plant that gives colour and clarity to our coasts.
This municipality has the town of the same name located at the foot of Sa Talaia, the highest mountain on the island at 475 metres. From its peak, we can contemplate an incredible panoramic view, and can see almost the whole island in addition to the beautiful silhouette of Formentera. The town has a typical Ibizan church, with whitewashed walls and in its surroundings, we can find some of the most typical bars for enjoying an aperitif and the great atmosphere of the town.