Cova santa´s history

Cova Santa is one of the main tourist points of the Ibiza island and has been part of the myth of Ibiza from its origin as a refuge for pirates to the present, an open space located in an idyllic spot in which have experimented with the music since the hippie movement, as today the electronic sound more underground.

The access is a crack that opens at the mountain leading to a cave that leads to the great Cave of over 25 metres of depth, and through a staircase goes down to a most incredible and unexpected show. We find a landscape of stalactites and stalagmites that have created to genesis of fantastic shapes, more typical of a wonderful imaginary world than a mountain. It was discovered in the 15th century and opened to the public in 1957.

Until the beginning of the 1990s was one of the main tourist attractions of Ibiza and already then Cova Santa had grown up to become a beautiful venue for events with its restaurant, flamenco shows and dancing after dinner.

Contact Details

Ctra. San José, km 7 (desvío Sa Caleta)
07817 Ibiza, Islas Baleares

Phone: +34 971 395 714


How to Arrive

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Restaurant working hours

  • Monday: closed
    Tuesday: 8:30 pm till 1am
    Wednesday: 8:30 pm till 1am
    Thursday: 8:30 pm till 1am
    Friday: 8:30 pm till 1am
    Saturday: 8:30 pm till 1am
    Sunday: 8:30 pm till 1am

    Schedule subject to change on event days.


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