Cala Conta

Cala Conta A beach in the South-West with wonderful waters surround the nature. There is no shade at Cala Conta, so bring your parasol. Natural caves for snorkeling. At the edge of the beach two restaurants are there at your service from midday till midnight. Restaurant "Sa illa des Bosc" for traditional dishes, fresh fish, meat and rice dishes and other quick meals. Take the road to Cala Bassa from San An or San Jose.


A secluded beach (follow the signposts from San Miguel) in the North-West of the island.There are a few restaurants at the beach, but it's the picture postcard view that people come here for. The traditional Ibicenco fisherman's hut on the shore is straight out of a tourist guide. Sometimes hippies dance and play drum at night.

Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta
A tiny unique beach with pebblestones in the colors grey, white, pink and orange and crystal clear water. The beach is surrounded by rugged clay-red sandstone cliffs. The water is very shallow and calm, so nice for families little children. On the left side a secluded nude beach. The restaurant Sa Caleta is a must for paella or fideua. Even in the winter very busy for lunch.

Es Cavallet

Beautiful long sandy beach. Starts with Restaurant La Escollera left from the parking or El Chiringuito straight to the beach. If you walk 15 minutes to the right you will get to the gay beach, whith Restaurant Chiringay.

Las Salinas

Las Salinas Still regarded as the most cosmopolitan beach on the island. Salinas is where the beautiful people hang out. If you want to get nude go to the left end at Sa Trinxa. Or go to Jockey Club for a great lunch. From the centre of Ibiza buses go to Las Salinas. Go out at the last stop and walk towards the Parking for Jockey Club (8 minutes) or Sa Trinxa (10 minutes). If you keep on walking through the woods after Sa Trinxa with the saltfields on your left hand, you finally end up at the gay beach of Es Cavallet with Restaurant Chiringay.


Talamanca Long sandy beach on the outskirts of Ibiza Town where you can get by boat from the harbor or by car when you take the road to Pacha and Marina Botafoc.
Shallow waters with a lot of restaurants.
At the far end is the infamous seafood hut, a tiny shack that boils fresh muscles they picked from the rocks that morning.

Cala Des Moltons


Beautiful secluded beach, 10 minutes walk through the mountains from San Miguel beach (behind the restaurant on the left).

Cala Jondal

Cala Jondal

White pebble stones beach surrounded by pines and jagged cliffs, mainly popular by boat owners and the visitors for Blue Marlin and Restaurant Yemanja.

Cala Llonga

Cala Llondal One of the biggest beaches on the island.
This cove boasts imposing mountains to either side of its white sandy beach.
There is a fantastic childrensĀ“ playground on the beach at the back, under the shade of some trees which makes it an ideal choice for families with younger children.
Mainly you go to this touristic area to see the view from Sol Den Serra, at the end of the beach to the right.

San Miguel

San Miguel Medium sized, deep, curved natural sand, touristic beach, protected by pine covered surrounding hills delightful for walks if you don't mind the climb.
After the village San Miguel still by car a 8 minutes drive all the way down.
There are 2 beach bars on this beach and the whole area is surrounded by great little bars and restaurants.
Most of the resort closes in the winter months making it a wonderful option if you prefer having the beach to yourself.

Cap De Falco

Cap De Falco
Because of the big white pebble stones not really a beach to go to for sunbathing.
The reason why you go there is because you are walking or driving through Las Salinas (through the salt fields and at the big white salt mountain to the right) and end op at Experimental Beach Restaurant (before named Restaurant Cap de Falco).
Very nice to see the sunset.

Nude beach Sa Figuera Borda

Nude beach Sa Figuera Borda

On all Ibiza beaches clothes are optional.
But people mostly go to secluded or secret beaches to sunbath nude.
Sa Figuera Borda is one of them.
You will find it 5 minutes walking from Cala Conta to the left.

Sol Den Serra

Sol Den Serra

The (clothes optional) secluded beach of Sol Den Serra is rough with pebble stones but a beautiful for a few hours in the morning with a view on the steep cliffs.
And then lunch at Restaurant Amante. After 16.00 hrs the sun is behind the mountains.

Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa

Popular beach near San Antonio, reachable by car, boat and bus, great watersports and safe for kids.
Nice to dive from the steep rocks in the beautiful blue water.

Restaurand CBbC is also a reason to visit this beach.

Cala Pluma

Cala Pluma

Secret beach where lots of locals go.
Go to Las Salinas to the far end, where Beach Restaurant Sa Trinxa is located.
Then follow the road on the rocks to the tower.
After 6 or 7 beaches (10 minutes walk) is there nude beach Cala Pluma.

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