Playa d’En Bossa, San Antoni, Cala tarida, Cala Bassa and Ses Salines are, for sure, among the most beautiful beaches of Ibiza.
These are the clubbers and tourists’ favourite beaches and they are perfect for a nice sunbathing break, going for a swim or having a cold drink on one of the many bars and kiosks of the coastline.
But Ibiza is not just parties and night life. If you visit it properly you will discover amazing and enchanting places, stunning cliffs and golden and sandy beaches. This island is full of beauty that needs to be found.
Here you have a little list of the most secret or not as well known beaches of Ibiza.
Situated 4 km away from Sant Antoni de Portmany, is one of the most unspoilt and natural beaches of Ibiza. It is quite difficult to reach so it maintains its natural beauty almost untouched.
This stunning beach is perfectly nestled in steep cliffs and the best way to get there is after a short walk of a hundred meters from the diversion to Cala Salada.
The way to this stunning beach it is not easy, road signs are not really clear and the streets are very narrow and small so you may easily miss them. But don’t give up! Get a map, get ready to be very patient and once you will get there, it’s going to be totally worth it.
It is the perfect place also for snorkelling.
This hidden and picturesque segret beach of Ibiza is situated 7 km away from San Josep de la Talaya little village. You can reach it through a dirt road between Port de Boix and Estanys des Codols. It is pretty secluded that makes it not crowded at all.
Its sand it is both sandy and rocky so it can be a bit difficult walking on it with bare feet but its crystal-clear waters are amazingly clean!
Same as Punta Galera, this is a good place for snorkelling or having a nice drink in a little kiosk enjoying the rocky landscape.
On the south-west coast, it is one of the most beautiful beaches of Ibiza, with an amazing view on Ses Punxes little island.
Golden sands and clear and blue-cobalt waters, depending of the area and stones and rocks on the beach make this landscape unique.
But if you are looking for a chiringuito to get a drink, you better go to Cala Escondida.