Ibiza Best Beaches by Boat

Ibiza always has so much to offer – beautiful scenery, stunning beaches, hidden coves plus sensational bars and restaurants. Here is a selection of some of Be Charter Ibiza’s favourite places to visit on day charter in the south-west side of Ibiza. Use this Ibiza Beach Guide to get you started and then take a look at our Yacht Routes page for some extra inspiration… if you need it!

Ses Salines – Cala Jondal - Porroig - Atlantis - Cala Comte

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  • Distance from Marina Ibiza: 20 min by motorboat
  • Size: 1km, white sand and crystal water
  • Activities: sailing club and paddle surf rental
  • Amenities: sunbeds and umbrellas for hire, supermarket and restaurants
  • Restaurants: Beso Beach Ibiza, Malibu Beach Club, Club Jockey Salines, Sa Trinxa

Ses Salinas Ibiza

Ses Salines

Ses Salines was declared a Natural Park in 1995 due to its extraordinary ecosystem characterised by a richness of fauna and flora.

The legendary Salines beach is one of the reference points for anyone who decides to travel to Ibiza. It's historical salt bridge – where the Salines boats have been picking up their merchandise – were here long before any of the current beach clubs or restaurants.

With the island of Formentera in front of you and it's clear blue water, this beach is the best place to drop anchor and enjoy all the activities it has to offer.

Near to Ses Salines you have a series of small coves to give you a bit of privacy away from the crowds.The easterly winds which blow on the Ibiza throughout most of the summer means this bay remain completely tranquil, ensuring that anchoring is easy and your stay on board is comfortable. In this beach you can also find a variety of restaurants with dinghy service to go down.


Next to Ses Salines there is a bay called Cap des Falcó, which only can access by boat and it's amazing. Blue water and beautiful cliffs. If you go by land, you have the other side of the views, amazing views from the top of the mountain, but you don't have access at sea.


Cap des Flacó


  • Distance from Marina Ibiza: 35-40 min by motorboat.
  • Size: 225m
  • Activities: Paddle surf and snorkelling
  • Amenities: sunbeds and umbrellas, masseuses
  • Restaurants: Yemanja, Blue Marlin, Casa Jondal, Tropicana, Es Xarcu

Can be a real blessing when all the other beaches are packed with people.The Es Codolar beach, would not necessarily be your top choice for a lazy day at the beach due to the shingle. But, for that very reason it is less frequented by bathers throughout the summer.

With an easterly wind coming in, the beach is perfect because the sea remains completely still making it the ideal place for practising water sports such as paddle boarding.


Cala Jondal


  • Distance from Marina Ibiza: 40 min by motorboat
  • Size: 150m
  • Activities: Paddle surf and snorkelling

Porroig is a beautiful bay, even if you go by land it worth to go because it's not too many tourist. There are fishermen's houses and not too many houses.

To go by boat, it's perfect as it's a closed bay, you can stay really relax because of the flat sea and there is no restaurants. So it's perfect also to do paddle surf or snrokeling.

In the same bay you can find Es Cucó beach, really nice beach and small.

If you go by land, the best way to arrive is following Sant Josep de sa Talaia road, taking the detour to Cala Jondal, and it's driven by Es Xarcu.



  • Distance from Marina Ibiza: 50min by motorboat
  • Activities: Snorkelling

Atlantis is not a beach either a cove, it's a magical and unique place.

We call magic because of the strange rock formations caused by the hand of men. The cuts in the rock have also created holes under the sea level, which are filled with water from rain and waves forming some incredible natural pools.

It's not easy access by land, if you go there you will stay all day as it will take to go there 45 minutes more or less. So you should go with comfort shoes.

Otherwise, by boat it's really easy to access. You can anchor really close and get swim.


  • Distance from Marina Ibiza: 1.15h by motorboat
  • Size: 800m
  • Activities: snorkeling and paddle surf
  • Amenities: sunbeds and umbrellas for hire, lifeguards, bars and restaurants
  • Restaurants: S'Illa des Bosc, Sunset Ashram, Ses Roques


Cala Comte

Platges de Comte o Cala Conta - in spanish - is one of the most beautiful cove to visit in Ibiza, which is very accessible in all ways. Cala Comte has fabulous views to a little island near Ibiza's coastline, beautiful turquoise water and several areas to explore around.

The shallow water is safe and also with crystal water, it makes like a swimming pool. In high season the beach is very popular and normally it's quite crowded. Otherwise, if you come by boat it's a really good choice as normally there is no so many boats.

Cala Comte is also one of the best beaches to catch the sunset, from land and boats dropping anchor further out to see the soothing spectacle.

Near to Cala Comte there is a small cove, called Cala Escondida, where you can reached from the top of the cliffs by steps hewn into the rock.




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