On its 154 square kilometres, Sant Josep combines nature, impressive beaches and the most iconic islets of the island with an excellent cultural and heritage offer.
In the municipality, formed by the parishes of Sant Jordi, Sant Francesc, Sant Agustí, Sant Josep and Es Cubells, there is also the Ses Salines Natural Park, one of the most special attractions of Ibiza, where you can see flamingo colonies in the salt water ponds. In addition, Sant Josep has two of the assets declared World Heritage: the Neptune grass meadows and the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta.
Sunsets behind the islets of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell, photographed by millions of people, is another of the municipality’s great attractions. From the coast of Sant Josep you can also enjoy the sight of Illa des Bosc, Espartar and Ses Bledes, which form the islets of Ponent.