Ibiza’s over 18 km of natural sand beaches and crystal-clear water offer a spectacular range of spots for taking a dip in the sea at beaches that boast extensive services and different atmospheres.
We recommend the following for their closeness and popularity:
The clear water and fine golden sand of this beach that has managed to preserve its natural environment emerges from between a thick juniper forest. A quiet but busy beach, Cala Nova has restaurants and beach bars. Since the beach is often subject to strong currents and winds it is important to pay attention to the flags that indicate the level of danger.
A major tourist area has developed around this small and inviting fishing port. Visitors can swim in the clear and clean waters as well as shop at the busy Punta Arabí hippie market.
This is a unique, picturesque and quiet spot. This small cove at the mouth of a river is next to a unique fishing port with a number of dry-dock shacks. The Joan ‘El Bigotes’ beach bar is famous for serving freshly-caught fish.
With fine, dark sand and clear water this beach has managed to keep its quiet reputation because of its hard-to-access location (not recommended for people with reduced mobility). It has a beach bar and a wide range of restaurants recognised for quality seafood.
This long stretch of golden sand has stunning views and is very busy; despite being a nudist beach it has a family feel. It is flanked by Sa Punta Grossa to the north and Tagomago island to the south.
Located in a tourist area, this beach has all services and a range of options for recreation and entertainment. Es Figueral is usually busy with visitors staying in the area.
In a tourist area between pine forests and salt lakes, this beach is formed by a series of connected coves. Known for its clear water, quiet atmosphere and variety of services.