Finding the perfect beach for you is a high priority for Be Charter Ibiza. It's not all about boats, our beautiful Island have a lot of beauty places, beaches and coves which you have to discover. Be Charter’s Top 5 Beaches Ibiza is the guide for you!
Ibiza are known for their stunning beaches, and it doesn’t have to be difficult to find a quiet, long stretch of beautiful sand to spend time on. Sandy beaches, hidden coves – Ibiza has it all.
Here are our recommendations for the TOP 10 Beaches to visit in Ibiza:
Named after the salt lakes found in the south of Ibiza, Ses Salines is a mile-long crescent of sand. Found on the southernmost tip of the island it is bordered by a small pine forest, sand dunes and a nature reserve. It’s seemingly endless expanse of soft white sand, is lapped by gorgeous crystal clear water which on slightly windier days can even provide some good body surfing waves. Due to the high salt content in the water here you get to stay afloat for longer too!
This beach is host to an amazing selection of beach restaurants. Beso Beach Salines, Malibu, The Jockey Club and Sa Trinxa to name the main ones on the beach all serving fabulous food and cocktails. Las Salines is a great place to relax and people watch – there’s ALWAYS something going on!
Es Bol Nou is one of our undisputed favourite places to go in Ibiza. This stunning cove is backed by dramatic red cliffs and sand to match. Many people come here and mix “their own mud” (by scraping the red clay off the cliffs and mixing it with water) because they believe it has therapeutic benefits and will soften your skin. Whatever your view the aquamarine water that laps at the shoreline is the perfect place to swim. For others it’s just a heavenly family beach with shallow waters and great snorkelling opportunities. It’s a special place.
There is also a nice restaurant next to the beach call Sa Caleta. They have really great fish and seafood.
Next to Es Bol Nou there is Sa Caleta, a place with houses fishers. Where you can find the local people. If you are looking for a place to relax, this one is one of them.
Between Es Bol Nou and Sa Caleta, you can find an ancient Phoenician settlement, remains of streets, courtyards & buildings once occupied by ancient Phoenicians & Carthaginians.
Surrounded by a barely urbanized green environment, Cala Salada is one of the best valued and most visited coves by residents of the island and is considered one of the best beaches in Ibiza.
Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta, its neighbor, emerge from welcoming inlets that form two pleasant coves with golden sands and crystal clear waters that reflect bluish colors to create a dreamlike landscape.
Cala Salada is usually full of people, but after following a winding path you will reach Cala Saladeta, a beach of unparalleled beauty. Its crystal clear waters and its small stretch of sand will make it your little paradise.
Punta Galera is one of the most unconventional beaches on the island. It is made up of large rock platforms on which few spread their towels in summer, since it is not a place frequented by tourists due to its difficult access.
From this cove you can see one of the most beautiful sunsets in Sant Antoni.
It is not advisable to go with children as the bottom is very deep and full of rocks and marine vegetation that make it, on the other hand, an excellent spot for scuba diving.
The wind does not usually blow intensely, however, it is common to find jellyfish when it does, so we must be careful when diving.
Nice cove with sand on the outside and sand and stones on the inside,
Attractive cove at the foot of a small red earth cliff, with small islets in front. It has a group of houses on the right bank, among which a chalet with a stone tower stands out.
The landscape is very attractive and the surrounding coastline offers many lonely nooks and crannies. It has a fish restaurant, as well as sunbeds and umbrellas. It is usually frequented by families who spend their holidays in Ibiza, staying in hotels in the area.
To the right of the cove, behind some rocks, another small cove opens up with boathouses, at the foot of the Portinatx road.
If you have never visited Cala d'Hort before, you will surely fall in love with the silhouette of the islet cut out on the horizon. The views that you can see approaching the islet will surely cause you the same magnetism as the first hippies who arrived on the island in the 1960s and made Ibiza one of their must-see places.
Cala d'Hort was declared a natural park and we can enjoy the beauty of its surroundings today.
The beach also boasts some restaurants where you can try Ibizan specialities. We recommend:
If you accept a tip ask for a bullit de peix, one of the dishes most loved by Ibizans.
If you are going to spend the day on this beach, we recommend that you go to the left side of the beach to see the sunset, or look out from the cliffs that are just before reaching the beach. The views of the sun melting into the sea with the islet of Es Vedrà on the horizon are memorable.
Without a doubt, A PLACE FULL OF MAGIC AND MAGNETISM.
Cala Llentrisca is one of the most pristine, lonely and secluded beaches on the island. The only sign of human presence that occupies the place are the traditional dock houses, similar to those found in Es Portitxol, where fishermen keep their llaüts, traditional fishing boats, and which are integrated as one more element of the landscape.
The fact that the beach is little frequented is due to several reasons. In the first place, it is a cove away from the usual circuit of tourist places. In addition, it must be added that the road is long and the heat can be discouraging for those who seek the comfort of reaching a beach in a few minutes. Finally, the shore is logically in its natural state: stones and remains of dead posidonia are found in this stretch of coast. If you come to take a dip, this may not be your place.
But if you are a diving lover you should know that Cala Llentrisca is one of the most recommended places for observing the seabed. The crystal clear water of the waters that bathe this cove and the rocky bottoms offer quite a spectacle for bathers who come with diving goggles.
Cala Gracioneta is a small corner of sand and turquoise water, following Cala Gració.
You can find a very cozy restaurant, on the shores of this little gem with crystal clear waters. In it you will have the pleasure of enjoying good Mediterranean cuisine. Test it!
Located very close to Cala Comte, on the west coast of Ibiza.
Sa Figuera Borda is one of those places that surprises and leaves its mark.
The water is crystal clear and transparent, there are hardly any bathers and the panorama that can be seen is spectacular, with the islets of S'Espartar and Es Vedrá in the background.
Its most unique feature is the large stone arch that has the rock.
They say that from here you can see the best sunsets in Ibiza.
Near Cala Sa Figuera Borda there are nice restaurants, some of them with the Mediterranean as a backdrop. Here we select some of them:
Sa Figuera Borda
Located to the north of the island of Ibiza, Cala Xuclar is an excellent option to get away from the most well-known and crowded beaches, since this beach that is farthest from the tourist centers receives very little influx of bathers.
Cala Xuclar, is one of those small coves that we still find virgin on the coast of Ibiza, a paradise for rest and for our senses.
It is a cove with a mixed typology, since it combines sand on the outside, and rocks inside the water.
This is our selection of the best beaches in Ibiza. Remember that in Be charter Ibiza, you have many more plans that are waiting for you.
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