Ibiza Island is around 40km in length with over 50 beaches stretching 18km. So there is something for everyone, depending on your mood for the day you could visit a bustling beach with many water sports, or a tranquil setting for a good book and sun worshipping!
The waters in Ibiza are amongst the cleanest in the Mediterranean, many are continuously awarded EEC Blue Flags.
Benirras Beach Ibiza - Beautiful sandy beach, good for snorkeling, and pedaloes to hire. The sheltered bay is a popular spot for yachts and boats anchoring. Sometimes the local musicians jam altogether at sunset, a real experience to be there and witness. Follow the signs from San Miguel Benirras.
Cala San Vicente Beach Ibiza - Sandy beach with shallow and clear waters, good beach for kids. Beach side cafe, pedaloes, banana boats, and wind-surfing tuition. This is a well sign posted beach which has a bus service.
Cala Xuclar Beach Ibiza - Located in a little cove this tranquil beach is small with clear waters, a kiosk for food, pedaloes for rent. To drive here take the road to Portinatx.
Cala Xarraca Beach Ibiza - A sizeable bay splitting two beaches, clear waters, great for snorkeling, pedaloes for rent, and cafes. This locale is ideal for exploration walks. To the left of the beach is a mud bath with healing properties for rejuvenating skin. To drive here take the road to Portinatx.
Portinatx Beach Ibiza - A very well known beauty spots, this picturesque bay has fabulous view, clear waters, and golden white sand. There are three beaches in Portinnatx; S'Arenal Gros, S'Arenal Petit, and Playa Porto Beach, offering pedaloes for rent, wind surfing tuition, and scuba diving. If you are driving it is well sign posted.
Puerto de San Miguel Beach Ibiza - an average sized beach with deep clear waters, and golden sand. Surrounded by pine tree hills great for walks. Pedaloes, and wind-surfing available for rent, sailing tuition, volleyball net, scuba diving school, banana boat, and water skiing, a couple of fine restaurants and bars, a souvenir shop, a few hotels, a cash point. If you are driving it is well sign posted, if you want to catch a bus there is a service from San Miguel. C'an Marça Caves are open all year and just a short walk from the beach, they are well worth a visit, these multi-level caves, with stalagmites and stalactites and abundance of interesting historical facts. Tours commence hourly from 10:30 until sunset.
Talamanca Beach Ibiza - a large sandy beach next to Talamanca Bay. The waters near the beach are shallow and great for families with young children. Pedaloes, wind-surfing, and banana boats. You can catch a bus or ferry from Ibiza Marina. Or walk from Ibiza town, it takes 15mins passed the past the Marina, and port along the sea front.
Figueretas Beach Ibiza - a small beach with clear waters, overlooked by a couple of apartments and hotels, in between Ibiza (left) and Playa d'en Bossa (on your right).
Playa d'en Bossa Beach Ibiza - the longest beach on the island, great for young people out for a party, with clear shallow waters near the beach, and golden sand. There are many facilities including; pedaloes, wind-surfing, scuba diving, parasailing, and volley balling. This is a particularly good spot for wind-surfing. The quieter end of the beach is the furthest point from Ibiza Town. The middle of the beach has many bar and cafes playing house music, including the infamous Bora Bora bar. Playa d'en Bossa Beach is easy to get to from Ibiza Town by bus, car, or bike as it is only 4km away.
Es Cavallet Beach Ibiza - official nudist beach, surrounded by sand dunes and hills, lots of music bars playing tunes all day long, volleyball net, wind-surfing, and a popular spot for homosexuals to meet. Just 10km from Ibiza town and 6km from Playa d'en Bossa.
Las Salinas Beach Ibiza - located in the southern most tip of the island, with a long, wide sandy beach. The water is clear with large waves on a windy day great surfing. Surrounded by a Wildlife Conservation Area, it is a great spot for walking. There are many facilities including pedaloes, catamarans, and bars playing tunes all day long. This is the St Tropez of Ibiza beaches in high season with great parties and the wealthy and beautiful flock to Las Salinas beach. The more elite bars deliver cocktails to your sunbed, and in the late afternoon a cosmopolitan mix of nudists, hippies, and homosexuals, chill out to the sounds. There is a regular bus from Ibiza town (10km away), and Playa d'en Bossa (6km away).
Cala Jondal Beach Ibiza - the Cala Jondal beach is simply paradise a preservation area of natural beauty surrounded by pines trees, crystal clear waters. There are pedaloes for rent, and mooring spaces. The restaurant will waiter to your boat. To drive here it is well sign posted from Ibiza Town.
Sa Caleta Beach Ibiza - a picturesque sandy beach with with shallow water, perfect for families with small children. It gets quite busy at the weekend, as it is popular with the locals. To drive here from Ibiza Town drive towards Cala Jondal passed the airport, turn off onto an dusty road and follow signs to the Restaurant Sa Caleta.
Figueral Beach Ibiza - golden sandy beach shallow crystal clear waters, ideal for families, surrounded by rocky terrain. and pin trees filled hills the aroma is fabulous. There are pedaloes, wind-surfing tuition, water-skiing, banana boats, and a scuba diving school. To drive here follow signposts from San Carlos.
Pou d'es Lleo Beach Ibiza - A little secluded tranquil cove, golden sandy beach great for snorkeling, there is a kiosk selling drinks and snacks. To drive here follow signposts from San Carlos.
Cala Boix Beach Ibiza - A pretty beach with dark fine sand surrounded by high green hills. There are steep steps down to the beach, from the car park. By the car park is a few cafes and a shop. To drive here follow the signs from San Carlos.
Cala Leña Beach Ibiza - A large golden sandy beach in a basin of pine trees, the aroma is fabulous. The water is calm so its ideal for families wit small children. There are pedaloes, windsurfing, and a couple of beach bars. To drive here follow the signs from San Carlos.
Cala Nova Beach Ibiza - an unpopulated sandy beach with clear shallow waters ideal for families and paddling. With picturesque surroundings, perfect for walking. A very popular area with surfers. There are pedaloes for rent. You can walk or bike from Es Cana (just 200m away). To drive here follow the road to San Carlos and Cala Leña, it is well sign posted from these two towns, with beautiful scenery along the way.
Cala Martina Beach Ibiza - located at the south end of Es Cana, on the same road as the Hippy Market. A popular windsurfing area, pedaloes are available to rent, there is windsurfing tuition, and a scuba diving school. A good selection of bars. Just a short walk or bike ride from Es Cana town.
Cala d'Hort Beach Ibiza - a small sandy beach with a great view of the island Es Vedra, beautiful at sunset. A couple of fine cafes, and restaurants. To drive here follow the signposts from San José.
Cala Carbo Beach Ibiza - a very private secluded beach with a sheltered cove surrounded by green aromatic pine trees. A mixture of sand and pebbles with shallow waters great for families, and paddling. Moorings for boats, and a small Carpark. To drive here follow the signs from San Antonio or San José, in the direction of Cala Tarida.
Cala Vadella Beach Ibiza - fabulous views as you approach this picturesque bay surrounded by aromatic pine trees, great for walking. The beach is big, with fine golden sand, and shallow calm waters great for families. Worth waiting for the sun to set as it is beautiful. There are pedaloes, and a scuba diving dive school. There is a regular bus service here during the summer, or you could drive ad it is well sign posted.
Cala Moli Beach Ibiza - an picturesque isolated golden sandy beach surrounded by beautiful Spanish countryside; great for walking. There are pedaloes to rent. To drive here follow the signs from San Antonio or San José, in the direction of Cala Tarida.
Cala Tarida Beach Ibiza - With pedaloes for rent, a scuba diving school, and volleyball net on this beach there is plenty to do, and unsurprisingly popular with the families. The surrounding hills are covered in pine trees which smell fabulous, and shelter you from the wind. This is a long, wide beach with fine white sand, and clear waters. You can get here by ferry, bus or car just follow the signs from San José or San Antonio.
Cala Conta Beach Ibiza - the Cala Conta beach is three medium size beaches, with clear shallow waters near the shore, and fine golden sand. The views from the hill tops of the cobolt sea, and the sunset is just stunning. There is pedaloes available to rent. You can get here by car bus or ferry in the summer. The ferry service regularly leaves San Antonio harbour stopping at hotels along the way.
Cala Bassa Beach Ibiza - There are pedaloes, banana boats, and a volleyball net on the Cala Bassa Beach. Its a great fishing spot, and with beautiful countryside a good area to go for a walk. With fine golden sand and shallow clean waters; perfect for the family. To get here it is just 10mins by car (well sign posted from San Antonio or San José) and 15mins by ferry from San Antonio.
Santa Antonio Bay Town Beach Ibiza - the Santa Antonio Bay is where the famous Cafe del Mar bar is located and many of the other sunset bars are with their fabulous chill out music. By day there is a great variety of water sports, and fine golden sand, where you can soak up the sun, and swim in the clear cobolt waters.
Cala Salada Beach Ibiza - Surrounded by pine trees with a strong aromatic fragrance. This secluded cove with a fine sandy beach is favorite for the locals. To the right there is a stone tower which is worth a visit. To the left are boat houses built into the rock. There are the Ses Fontanelles Caves, famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. Pedaloes available to rent. To drive here it is well sign posted from San Antonio.
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