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Top 10 Ibiza Beaches to Explore in Ibiza this Summer


She may have a reputation as a party island, but Ibiza also has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Along with our Website redesign we are creating an interactive beach guide and over the summer will be updating with images and info about all beaches in Ibiza. https://www.ibizahire.com/beaches-in-ibiza

To give you a taster follow our guide and discover our Top Ten.


A pebble and sand beach on the northwest coast, just outside San Miguel, this is a hotspot for the bohemian visitor to the island. Each Sunday the beach hosts the islands ‘hippy’ community gathering where hundreds of people gather to play drums, bongos and other instruments, to the sight of the sun setting behind the rock of Cap Bernat. A sunset ritual not to be missed.

Cala Xarraca
This isolated bay in the north of the island is the perfect place to get away from it all. Natural mud baths offer a free beauty treatment in this quiet and tranquil setting. The cove is an ideal spot for swimming and diving, or to simply relax and forget your troubles.


Aguas Blancas
This beach just outside of San Carlos is famous for many reasons, not least because of its popularity with ‘naturists’. Be prepared to see a number of nudist sunbathers if you visit here! Aside from this, Aguas Blancas has an expanse of white sand and crashing waves, making it popular for swimmers in the summer and surfers in the winter. It also boasts two excellent restaurants, a small, rustic chiringuito serving sandwiches and snacks, and another larger restaurant with a more extensive menu.

Cala San Vicente
The drive to Cala San Vicente is one of the most scenic routes you can take on Ibiza. As you approach the bay, you cannot help but be rendered speechless by the sight of the crystalline waters, dotted with yachts and fishing boats. The beach itself is popular with families and offers a good selection of watersports and activities, as well as several bars and restaurants.



Playa den Bossa
Famous as much for its beach clubs and party scene as for the beach itself, Playa den Bossa offers something for everyone. Party animals can get their groove on, families enjoy the white sandy beach, and the more energetic holidaymaker will be spoilt for choice by the number of sailing schools and jetski hire outlets.

Las Salinas
 An ideal place to watch the ‘beautiful people’, Las Salinas is one of the busiest beaches on the island. Situated next to the famous salt flats, this natural park and UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to over 200 different species of birds and boasts long stretches of beach and green forests. It is also popular due to its many bars and restaurants where people flock to in the summer to dance the days away and enjoy a cocktail or three!

Cala Jondal
This beach is undoubtedly best known for its party scene, being home to the Blue Marlin beach club. Here, you can rub shoulders with the rich and famous whilst admiring the superyachts moored up nearby. The beach itself is rocky but a jetty offers easy access for swimming in the clear waters.


Cala Conta
Popular with those who wish to enjoy the spectacular sunsets, Cala Conta can be found just a short drive from the busy streets of San Antonio.  Its crystal blue waters are a breathtaking sight. Three restaurants can be found along the beach, the most popular being the Sunset Ashram, which, as its name suggests, is the perfect spot to watch the sun go down.

Cala D’Hort
This beach is dominated by the magnificent sight of Es Vedra, a rocky mountain off the southern coast. The mountain is said to have magical powers and local legend names it as the home of Tanit, the goddess of fertility. The beach also offers three excellent restaurants, especially renowned for their fresh fish and paella dishes.

Cala Tarida
The longest and widest beach on the island, Cala Tarida is a popular destination for families. Surrounded by plenty of hotels, and accessible by car and ferry, the shallow waters make the beach ideal for swimming and for young children to play. There are also has a number of watersport activities available.



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