Don’t be mistaken by its size, Cala d’en Serra is one of those special Ibiza beaches that once discovered, is never forgotten. Facing east, the oval-shaped beach is surrounded by stunning high cliffs, fine blue water and golden sand. Head to the opening between the cliffs in the middle of the sea, where you can catch a glimpse of what appears to be the end of the world on the horizon.
Snorkeling mask for the calm waters here, discovering Ibiza’s rich marine life.
A favourite with families on the island, this beautiful cove can be found at the foot of a small red earth cliff. Head here to relax and enjoy the beautiful views and numerous coves. Insider tip: there’s a secret cove with boathouses behind the rocks on the right of the cove if you’re on the lookout for a more peaceful spot. A great place to settle in for the day, there are sunbeds and umbrellas, plus a delicious fish restaurant for lunch.
Swim out to the rock & jump into the sea for added adventure.
A private piece of paradise, this small rocky beach is an adults-only affair (the strong currents make it unsuitable for children). We recommend skipping the rocks and heading to Amante, the idyllic beach club sitting on the cliffs overlooking the Sol D’En Serra Bay to laze your day away on a sunbed with a cocktail in hand.
Head for Santa Eulalia, then Cala Llonga beach and follow the road to Sol d'en Serra. It will take no more than 20 minutes from Ibiza Town.
Close to Portinatx, this tiny, horseshoe-shaped bay surrounded by rustic fishing huts and crystal clear water is a peaceful hideaway from the hustle and bustle of tourist-filled beaches in the height of summer. Join Spanish locals for a day of bliss and don’t miss the beach hut bar; word on the street is that they sell the best Pina Coladas in town, not that we would know, of course…
Reached only by car on the road to Pnrtinatx. Limited parking. The access road is steep.
Surrounded by gorgeous scenery, sand dunes and rocky cliffs, Cala Conte has to be seen to be believed with stunning sunsets every night. With gentle, shallow and crystal clear waters and golden sand, this is the perfect spot for little ones. If you’re looking for a more peaceful escape, head to the hidden cove, where the sea is a little deeper, yet amazingly clean and clear.
Cala Conte is serviced by buses from San Antonio and ferries departing San Antonio Harbour throughout the summer and easily accessible by cars.
Quite possibly the most iconic beach in Ibiza, Las Salinas is a long expanse of soft golden sand surrounded by a nature reserve including sand dunes, pine forests and spectacular salt flats. A popular spot for partygoers, find DJs spinning Balearic beats until the sun goes down as dancers parade along the shore promoting the island’s famous nightlife.
Walking past the beach bars until you come to an clearing where the rock formations have been carved into some amazing creations.
Enter through the legendary twin red cliffs and you’ll find one of the most beautiful places on the island. Shaped like a crescent moon, this sandy beach has crystal clear shallow waters made for snorkelling. Though a warning, it’s worth heading there early to grab a spot, this small beach is popular with locals and families alike.
Sunset is made even more electric by the orange cliffs that surround the beach.
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