If you love the beach Ibiza has 48 beaches to choose from (plus some secret ones). Each beach has it's own unique beauty but we of course have our favorites!
Aguas Blancas is rarely overcrowded with stunning high cliffs, golden sand & clear water perfect for snorkelling. It's a nude beach but many still wear clothing. There is a restaurant in the middle of the beach & a great beach bar. We love to cover ourselves in the natural mud & let it dry in the sun to draw out all the toxins.
Las Salinas is where the rich and famous go to cool down & work on their tans. Spotted there has been many football teams & the stunning Kate Moss. It has trendy restaurants & is a great spot to go windsurfing. Dress to impress!
Sa Caleta is a horse shoe shaped beach on the south coast with shallow clear water & red cliffs. On the weekends this beach can be very busy. There is a yummy restaurant if you feel like having dinner after a relaxing day at the beach.
Playa D’en Bossa is the party beach of Ibiza. It's longer than a mile making it Ibiza’s longest. There is lots of restaurants/bars & the famous Bora Bora.
Cala d’Hort has an incredible view of Es Vedra. It can get very busy especially for the amazing sunset. It will be one of the most magical experiences of your life.
Cala Conta has one of the most amazing sunsets & with plenty of room to ensure you get a spot of sand! The water is shallow so is generally always warm. The music coming from the nearby bars is awesome!
Cala Gracioneta the entrance walks through the cute little El Chiringuito restaurant. The beach itself is small giving it a very intimate feel to it. You will be surrounded with plenty of shady spots & shallow calm ocean great for snorkeling.
Cala Saladita is a hidden gem with crystal clear water! Even though its beautiful its often not that busy as it’s a little bit of a mission climbing over rocks to get there! There isn’t much shade too making it perfect for working on your tan!
Benirrás is the home of the hippies especially on Sundays for the weekly drum off. The sunset has become one of the most famous in Ibiza, watching the unique rock formation turn into a silhouette with the orange sunset as its backdrop.