What are the best beaches and coves in Ibiza?

In today’s post we will talk about which are the best beaches and coves of Ibiza for couples and for families with kids, so that you can make a complete itinerary and you can cover most of the places that you must visit, either arriving on foot or renting a boat without qualifications.

The best beaches and coves of Ibiza are synonymous with turquoise waters and white sand. Discovering the wonderful paradisiacal beaches of Ibiza is one of the most popular tourist attractions around the world.

Thousands of tourists congregate on the shores of the crystal clear waters of the paradisiacal coves and beaches of Ibiza to feel the Mediterranean Sea at their feet and thus disconnect from daily life and live a dream vacation. Undoubtedly one of the most desired experiences by tourists from all over the world.

If you are going to travel to Ibiza or are wishing to do so, we recommend that you do not miss our post with the best beaches and coves of Ibiza that you cannot miss.

Both the mooring of multimillionaires yachts and the most adventurous tourists venture into the most beautiful coves of Ibiza to discover the beauty of its waters and it is not for less. Without a doubt it is one of the most beautiful places we have visited.

Cala d’Hort

Cala d'Hort

In the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, in the Es Cubells area, there is one of the most beautiful coves in Ibiza, Cala d’Hort.

When you contemplate Cala d’Hort from the cliffs that you will be able to see on your arrival, you will realize that it is one of the most magical places that you will see on your trip to Ibiza.

It is a very familiar cove where you will find several restaurants and beach bars on the beach where you can cool off to better take the summer heat.

Cala Boix

In the municipality of Santa Eulária des Riu, in the Sant Carles area, there is one of the most peculiar coves of Ibiza, Cala Boix. The contrast of its turquoise waters and its sand of a darker shade than the rest of the beach areas, gives it an atypical beauty worth seeing.

Although it is located in a secluded area and very little visited by tourists, little by little it is gaining more popularity among bathers because it is one of the most beautiful. But still you can find some small and romantic apartments here for affordable prices.

You can access it by going down some stairs where little by little you can discover its beauty until you step on its sand. It also has a small beach bar and several bungalow where you can stop for lunch or refresh yourself. All of them can be booked at https://karta.com.

Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta

If there are some essential coves to visit, they are undoubtedly Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta. Located near the municipality of Sant Antoni, these coves are popularly known for their blue tones and their white sand bottom.

It is surrounded by a pine forest in its access, virgin nature on all sides until reaching Cala Salada. If you like this cove you can stay for a swim, but we recommend that, just to the right of the bathing area, there is a dirt and stone road that will lead you to its neighboring Cala Saladeta, one of the best coves and beaches in Ibiza for our taste.

In this you can contemplate, during the access road, the beauty of the turquoise blue tone of its waters and the rock ledges where you can jump carefully.

Cala Gració and Gracioneta

These two coves of Ibiza are among our favorites and their transparent waters and their atmosphere would make any traveler fall in love.

Both are located very close to the Salada and Saladeta coves, in the municipality of San Antonio, in a bay where white sand and crystal clear waters predominate for the enjoyment of families and the little ones since it covers very little.

Once you access Cala Gració you will be able to see to the right of the shore a stone path that will lead you to its neighbor Cala Gracioneta, a small rocky cove where many decide to enjoy its waters from the rocks, so take some good booties to avoid hurting your feet.

Near the shore you can also find a small restaurant where you can enjoy fresh and quality fish dishes, you can not miss visiting one of the best coves and beaches of Ibiza!

Cala Xarraca

In the Portinatx area is one of the most beautiful coves in Ibiza, Cala Xarraca. An ideal place to practice diving since they are waters with great depth where fauna and marine vegetation abound.

In the area on the left there is a hidden corner of Cala Xarraca where many bathers take the opportunity to practice nudism. In Cala Xarraca there is also its famous islet which can be easily reached by swimming and where you can find all kinds of fish with diving glasses.

Without a doubt, the beach resorts of Cala Xarraca and its fabulous crystal clear waters will enchant you.

Cala Comte or Platges de Comte

Cala Comte is located in the municipality of San Antonio and possibly its beaches are one of the most famous on the entire island. The clarity of its waters, its rocky coast and its family atmosphere will make you be in paradise itself.

On the outside of the access to the cove there is a small dirt parking where you can leave the car so try to arrive early to avoid running out of room.

For many travelers it is considered one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, according to some travel magazines. You can not miss it because of what it supports in your itinerary.

Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa is known either for being the beach of the famous who visit during the summer months or for being one of the most beautiful on the island. Both statements are correct and it is no coincidence that the most famous public figures decide to visit its shores.

Cala Bassa is located in the area of San Antonio and is characterized by enjoy fine white sand and turquoise water, an idyllic place and popularly known for the famous Cala Bassa Beach Club, where you’ll find many restaurants with all kinds of mediterranean dishes, sushi, etc, Is surrounded by a forest of junipers of twisted trunks.

Cala Nova

Near Santa Eulària des Riu there is a small cove very visited by the hippie atmosphere, Cala Nova. The summer atmosphere surrounded by nature by pine forests makes this cove one of the best options to enjoy turquoise waters, fine sand and a rural environment.

Cala Nova and the surrounding restaurants create the ideal place to enjoy a sunny day and good atmosphere.

However, if it is not a sunny day and the sea is a little choppy, we recommend that you postpone your visit since, being open to the sea, it makes it full of oceanic posidonia. This will not prevent you from bathing peacefully but you will not find the paradisiacal color like that of other coves.

Cala San Vicente

One of the best coves and beaches in Ibiza where the family and relaxed atmosphere predominates is undoubtedly Cala San Vicente, very close to Cala Boix. Less crowded than the previous one and with a larger extension we can find another of the coves that are worth visiting on your trip to Ibiza.

With a promenade behind you and several restaurants located along the promenade with fresh fish and delicious paellas, they will allow you to enjoy a fabulous day. Do not worry if you visit it in high season since the amplitude of its sandy area will ensure you a space to stretch your towel.

Cala Tarida

The longest and widest beach in the west of Ibiza is undoubtedly Cala Tarida where fine white sand predominates in contrast to crystal clear waters of a turquoise blue tone that has nothing to envy to another cove mentioned above.

A cove designed for families and the little ones that is not crowded at all and is ideal to spend a day of sun and ideal beach. Around the cove you will find several famous restaurants in the area such as Ses Eufabies or Cas Mila.

Cala Llonga

In the area of Santa Eulària des Riu is Cala Llonga and is one of the coves of Ibiza most visited by families and small children given its quiet and relaxed atmosphere.

The small tourist town of Cala Llonga takes center stage with its beautiful fine sand beach bordering the entire bay and escorted on both sides by pine forests. The great amplitude of the sandy area ensures you have a place when you go so, go and enjoy the sun and beach atmosphere of Ibiza!

Cala Vedella or Cala Vadella

If there is one cove that we have really loved, it is undoubtedly Cala Vadella. Like other coves, we can say that its turquoise waters and its white sand bottom are enviable, but the good atmosphere and the shelter of the rocks created an impressive landscape where we would have spent hours and hours contemplating the beauty of this cove.

Cala Vadella is located in the southwestern area of the island in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia and is one of the natural ports of the island of Ibiza that have grown popularly in terms of visitors for being the closest thing to a natural swimming pool where fishermen’s huts abound.

In the outdoor area you can find several restaurants with Mediterranean food, but we recommend that you visit the Vadella Beach Bar, its sandwiches are very good and it has fantastic views of the cove!

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