Cala Mastella is another one of the island’s smaller beaches that offers a unique day out in the sun. Located in a cove, not far from Cala Llena, Mastella is flanked by two pinewoods providing an intimate experience. The seabed is covered in rocks so be careful if you are going in swimming or snorkelling.
San Miguel beach in the Port of San Miguel, a short drive from the picturesque village of Santa Gertrudis, is a pretty and safe family beach (with its own life guard) offering powder sands and flanked by pine trees either side amongst the resort’s hotels. You can chill on the beach, where beds and parasols are about €7, or take advantage of a number of water sports, such as the Banana ride for the adventurous or a Pedallo for those who like their activity at a slow pace. We recommend you take a boat around the coast, check out the bay of the tremendous 5 star Hacienda hotel or the tranquil waters of Benirras and the famous ‘God’s Finger’ rock where the brave can even climb up and leap in!
One of the most popular beaches on the island with celebrities, club kids, families, hippies and everyone else in the know; an ideal spot to chill out, enjoy the unique atmosphere generated by one the southern most beaches on the island.
This man made beach, consisting of white sand drawn fro the sea, is the perfect place for those looking to sample some of the islands water sports; whether you want to go water skiing, windsurfing or a more tranquil boating experience, there’s plenty of choice.
Cala Jondal is a jaw dropping conservation area, turquoise water, white-pebbled beach, green pine forrest and rugged red cliffs provide the perfect backdrop for a holiday snap. There is some sand, provided mainly by the owners of the five star resorts that litter the beach, but a careful walk across the large white pebbles is rewarded by a swim in some of the best waters on Ibiza!
A small cove that fills up quickly, especially as it gets close to sunset. This has become an extremely popular place to worship the sun and the proximity to the world-renowned bars of the Sunset Strip makes it a very cool place to hang out during the day. The likes of Savanna, Cafe del Mar, Mambo, Sugar Sea, Kanya and Coastline are all a short walk away.
Santa Eulalia is one of the cleanest beaches on the island, easily accessible, with ramps onto the beach from the promenade; it’s the perfect place for you and your family to spend the day. Shaped in a half moon, with beautiful clear water and lightly coloured sand, it enjoys a tranquil atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy the heat of the sun.
Named after its frothy white waves (Aguas Blancas), Aguas Blancas is one of the better known beaches on Ibiza. Located on the East coast of the island, Aguas Blancas is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The long stretch of sand is one of the island’s few official nudist beaches but, if being at one with nature is not your thing, don’t let that put you off because the nudist section occupies only a small portion of this stunning stretch of sand.
Figueretas beach is in the resort of Figueretas, a suburb of Ibiza town. A mixture of international tourists and locals inhabit Figueretas during the high season and the beach sits in front of numerous hotels and apartment blocks and, as such, fills up very quickly.