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Ibiza, known as the white island of the Balearics, is surrounded with an impressive number of magnificent beaches, each offering visitors a unique experience. While some offer beautiful stretches of sand to enjoy a moment of relaxation, others are more suited to water sports of all kinds. The turquoise waters of the Mediterranean invite you to take a dip. In addition to all that, the island is full of hidden coves, making it a very popular destination for sea lovers.
This beach is home to the island's best straw huts, known as 'chiringuitos'. The smell of stewed fish breezes through the air and time seems to stand still. The view of the sea is worthy of a stage play, with the boats playing their part to perfection.
If you get the chance to spend some time here, discover the hidden gem of the beach, Pou de Lleo, a peaceful reserve much loved by regulars.
What's there to do? The tasty local fish dishes and lazy atmosphere.
Where? On the east coast, near the village of Sant Carles de Peralta.
On the bay of Cala Salada, to the north of Sant Antoni de Portmany, lies the magnificent beach of Cala Saladeta.
It provides an ideal spot for those wishing to relax away from the crowds. It's one of the favourite destinations for Ibizans, who don't mind walking a little to spend the day here.
When the sun is out, you can dive into the turquoise water to cool off, try snorkelling, or simply enjoy a picnic on the warm sand.
For what? For the crystal-clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkelling, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Where? On the west coast of the island, north of Sant Antoni de Portmany.
Cala de s'Aigua Blanca
This is one of the island's most popular beaches, illuminated at first light by the golden rays of the sun. Its waters are rich in iron, giving rise to magnificent aurora borealis displays.
The beach is divided into two parts: on one side, tourists who want to enjoy the sun and swim, and on the other, a wilder nudist area.
For what? For sunbathing and snorkelling, and for its iron-rich waters.
Where? On the east coast of the island, accessible from Sant Carles de Peralta.
This beach in the south of Ibiza is one of the most famous on the island, thanks in no small part to its charm and the beauty of its landscapes, such as the islet of Es Vedra.
Visitors will be delighted to find two excellent fish and paella restaurants on site, as well as a number of small fishermen's huts that give the area a picturesque atmosphere. The beach, with its calm, clear waters, is ideal for snorkelling and swimming.
For what? For panoramic views, relaxation and seafood.
Where? On the west coast, opposite the island of Es Vedrà.
Platja Ses Salines
Thanks to its incredibly clear waters and the pine trees that line its shores, Ses Salines beach offers an absolutely sublime panorama. Its cosmopolitan atmosphere and the many straw huts on the sand attract celebrities of all kinds.
The nightlife here is vibrant, often energized by the sets of famous DJs. But the beach is also much appreciated for its untouched natural setting.
Bordered by fragrant pine trees and sand dunes, it is part of the Ses Salines Natural Park. Its shallow waters are perfect for swimming and paddle boarding.
For what? For socialising, partying and swimming.
Where? In the south of the island, close to Ibiza airport.
The road leading to Ses Salines leads to a wild stretch of sand, reputed to be a nudist beach with a gay atmosphere.
There are three beach restaurants: Chiringay, El Chiringuito and La Escollera. These are relaxing places where you can enjoy typical Mediterranean dishes.
The beach at Es Cavallet is an ideal place to try out body surfing, thanks to its wild character and sometimes strong waves.
It attracts many visitors who appreciate its welcoming atmosphere. Its status as a nudist beach and its gay clientele make it a place of freedom and personal expression.
What's it all about? For its intimate atmosphere and good restaurants.
Where? In the south of the island, near Ses Salines.
Es Bol Nou
Also known as Sa Caleta, this little cove lined with reddish cliffs is the ideal spot for days when the south wind isn't blowing.
You can even extract clay from the beach walls, which are excellent therapeutic properties often used to make natural masks for toning the skin.
The transparent waters and the beauty of the area invite you to relax. Its restaurant, Sa Caleta, serves local seafood cuisine and has a small, peaceful garden area where guests can relax after eating.
A trip to Es Bol Nou beach is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and reconnect with nature.
What for? For swimming in the calm waters and the skin care offered by the local clay.
Where? In the south of the island, near the airport, accessible by the south-west road.
Situated to the south of Ibiza, this is one of the island's prettiest beaches, even if the sand is scarce. This is where you'll find the famous Blue Marlin beach club, the best-selling champagne bar on the island. There are also some excellent fish and paella restaurants.
Bordered by a green cliff and smooth pebbles, Cala Jondal is renowned for its chic yet relaxed atmosphere.
The evenings are punctuated by music and entertainment. During the day, you can enjoy a peaceful setting overlooking the yachts anchored offshore.
What's it for? For luxury and relaxation, with anchored yachts and top-of-the-range beach bars.
Where? On the south coast of the island, just a few kilometres from the airport.
And where else?
Other beaches in the south of Ibiza not to be missed:
Cala Tarida, for sunsets and family activities.
Platja d'en Bossa, for beach clubs and nightlife.
Cala Vedella, for diving and peace and quiet.
Cala Carbo, for a discreet atmosphere and relaxation.
Cala Molí, for privacy and sunbathing.
Cala Corral, for diving and exploring.
Cala Codolar, for breathtaking views and tranquillity.
Ses Figueretes, for a seaside stroll and local atmosphere.
Es Xarcu, for a romantic getaway and exquisite seafood cuisine.
Es Torrent, for an exclusive setting and crystal-clear waters.
Platja des Codolar, for tranquillity away from the crowds and a unique lunar landscape.
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