Dubbed by many as Ibiza’s secret beach, Cala Llentrisca is a perfect example of the beauty you can find on the island. Secluded from the droves of tourists you will find elsewhere, there is unspoilt scenery in abundance. Built around a centralised rustic wooden jetty that infuses the charm you will within this picturesque cove. The water looks bluer, the air feels clearer and calm will creep over you as you descend into Cala Llentrisca.
Situated just to the south of the quaint village of Es Cubells, for most visitors it will require hiring a car and taking a short road trip. For tourists looking to make a day of it, a quick stop here is definitely recommended. Local restaurants serve a range of traditional fare and the shops are perfect for stocking up on any essentials you may need for the day ahead. You will need to park further inland and take a short walk through the hillside. This can be a little difficult to navigate so checking a map first is a good idea. Young children and the elderly may struggle with the terrain.
Popular pursuits at Cala Llentrisca include snorkelling and swimming due to its crystal clear water. The sand only stretches for a mere 100 metres and the water is quite shallow and warm. The location makes for a peaceful day out and the only disturbance you are likely to find is the odd fishing boat cruising out around the deeper waters. Lining the bay are lush, green pine trees and a walk up around the rocky coves will bring you to some breathtaking views.
If you want to a find a little piece of Ibiza just for you, Cala Llentrisca is definitely a place that should be on your hit list.