Cala d’Hort is a small, beloved beach with a fantastic view of the mysterious island of Es Vedra, which rises dramatically from the sea only several hundred metres from the shore. The beach itself is sandy to one side, pebbly to the other, and in summer is extremely popular. There are many who flock to the inspiring view and tranquil setting of Cala d’hort: old and young locals, visiting families and couples all included.
Backed by cliffs, it is situated at the end of a steep road. During busy times the road is reduced to single track due to the number of parked vehicles, so go early to avoid a long walk uphill back to your car after a hard day’s sunbathing! This is a lovely beach to body surf on breezy days when the waves get a little higher and bash the shore. There is also a small boutique open in high summer selling designer beachwear.
Es Cavallet is a fabulously picturesque beach due to its white sand and rolling waves. With views of both Ibiza Town and Formentera on a clear day, Es Cavallet’s location is a boon, with the scenic drive across the salt flats also part of the experience.
The most famous cocktail outpost of this beach is El Chiringuito, a bar and restaurant on the north end of the beach which pulls a sizeable but relaxed crowd in summer and throws a massive opening and closing party to bookend the season. Also on the north end of the beach the exclusive La Escollera restaurant makes for a very popular wedding location.
One of the favourite beaches for island residents. Backed with beautifully coloured and textured high cliffs, it has unblemished surroundings with a dramatic effect. The beach has golden sand that is soft and fine, and the sea bed is also sandy but with some rocks dotted around – so watch your step!
It is an official nudist beach but still very mixed; some go naked, others don’t. And don’t be alarmed if you find people walking around covered in a reddish mud – adding a bit of water to the dirt from the cliffs makes a paste which is very beneficial for the skin!
A beautiful approach, meandering down through hills and valleys, brings you to the beach of Benirrás. It is a pretty beach of partly pebbly sand with rocks either side that you can clamber over and a picturesque view across the water to an interesting rock formation known as Cap Bernat (or referred to locals as ‘the finger of God’).
This sheltered bay is a popular anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats which gather in the late afternoon to enjoy the romantic sundown, in summer accompanied on Sundays by drummers who descend to the beach to ‘drum down the sunset’ in this iconic hippie ritual. However, the popularity of the event means an absolutely packed beach on Sundays. Parking will be difficult, so we recommend you come early and spend the whole day at the beach.
Named after the salt lakes in the south of Ibiza, the beach at Las Salinas is the southernmost tip of the island, and know as a party beach. The very long, wide crescent of pale sandy beach is bordered by pine woods. The water is crystal clear with breakers that appear on windy days, perfect for body-surfing.
Small catamarans sit on the sand at the southern-most end of the beach, then walking towards the pirate tower you will pass a string of popular bars and restaurants whose gourmet food and gorgeous location more than make up for the exclusive prices. Further down the beach you will come to a quieter section which is popular among nudists and beyond the nudie-gauntlet, a small stretch of sand with a rocky entrance to the water which houses the lively Sa Trinxa.
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