Looking for an Ibiza beach? From secluded pebbly coves to vast sandy bays, every Ibiza beach is renowned for its crystal clear sparkling waters and unique natural settings. Below you can find a list of our favourites beaches and “calas” that we have personally tried and verified… each Ibiza beach listed below has been “tested” for you!


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Ibiza beach – Cala Salada

One of the island’s most rustic Ibiza beach, Cala Salada remains relatively uncrowded and tranquil due to its off-the-beaten-track location through a pine forest, down many steps. Despite the Ibiza beach proximity to the bustling resorts of San Antonio, it is still overlooked by tourist ferries and buses. This Ibiza beach is popular with local young families and mature couples, there are some tourist facilities, but this Ibiza beach remains pretty basic.


Ibiza beach – Cala Saladeta

Cala Saladeta can be spotted from the neighbouring bay of the neighbour Ibiza beach Cala Salada, but getting there is a just a wee bit of a challenge in the peak of summer – be prepared to clamber over the rocky divide! The result is well worth it when you arrive at the smaller, quieter Ibiza beach with amazing snorkelling opportunities. In this Ibiza beach there are no tourist amenities or chiringuitos, so pack a picnic and enjoy the chilled out vibe!


Ibiza beach – Es Figueral

The gorgeous, sandy Ibiza beach of Es Figueral is punctuated by rocky inlets and cliff-faces carved by wind and sea. The soft white sand and crystal clear shallow waters make this Ibiza beach a fab choice for families, while snorkelling enthusiasts will rejoice in the nooks and crannies offshore. Watersports are also popular in this Ibiza beach, due to the water conditions… an Ibiza beach for all occasions! Please contact us to find an Ibiza House nearby this Ibiza beach!


Ibiza beach – Cala Xarraca

One of our favourite Ibiza beach on the north of the island, Cala Xarraca is almost a well-kept secret… until now! This picturesque Ibiza beach boasts crystal clear water and this small Ibiza beach – you’ll feel as though you’ve stumbled onto your very own private Ibiza beach! Surrounded by lush, green forest areas and rocky pathways, this Ibiza beach also features natural mud baths… come to see this Ibiza beach!


Ibiza beach – Cala Xuclar

A tiny, horseshoe-shaped Ibiza beach surrounded by rustic fishing huts and crystal clear water, Cala Xuclar is a peaceful Ibiza beach offering a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of tourist-filled beaches in the height of summer. Surrounded by hills covered in green trees and rocky coast, the raw nature of the Ibiza beach feels like one of the last undiscovered bastions of Ibiza beach life…


Ibiza beach – Cala Conta

Playa de Cala Conta is an Ibiza beach which lies nestled among tiny rugged coves in the San Antonio area to the east of Ibiza. This Ibiza beach appears almost by accident after a winding drive through the unexpected greenness of the island’s interior. Surrounded by sand dunes and rocky cliffs, the cove is incredibly still and sheltered. The crowd is effortlessly bohemian, with a mix of all nationalities, young and old alike. As one of Ibiza’s most distinguished sunset spots, don’t head home until long after dark!


Ibiza beach – Cala D’Hort

Presiding at the bottom of a rolling green hill, just like the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, sits Cala D’Hort, one of Ibiza’s most magical and laidback beaches. The arc-shaped golden Ibiza beach boasts uninterrupted front row seats to one of Ibiza’s most beautiful natural spectacles, the island of Es Vedra, a rocky limestone formation jutting out of the sea as if it were superimposed on the water.


Ibiza beach – Cala Tarida

One of the most magnificent Ibiza playas, Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast. Famous for her beautiful blue, turquoise and emerald green waters, the beach Cala Tarida’s sandy shores have a bit of something for everyone – including beach volleyball, water sports, and even a diving school. Please contact us to find a Beach House nearby this playa.


Ibiza beach – Cala Nova

Cala Nova may well be the best playa for surfing! While not quite in the same league as the South Pacific for gnarly waves, when the brisk northerly wind picks up, the beach is regularly home to Ibiza’s surfing community (albeit known more for bodysurfing than the stuff of Quicksilver adverts…). This sand shore boasts powdery golden sand and is long enough to provide ample space to spread out and picnic. With scenic views over the rocky red cliffs and pine forests, this setting is characteristic of Ibiza’s east coast.


Ibiza beach – Benirras

One of the most talked-about island’s beaches, as much for the atmosphere as for the scenery, Benirras is a medium-sized beach with rocky, grainy sand and almost unbelievably clear water. As you drive down the winding road leading into the valley where the bay opens up, you’ll see the regeneration of thousands of fragrant pine trees – which were destroyed by a devastating forest fire in 2010 – a symbol of hope for Benirras to retain its beauty in the future.


Ibiza beach – Ses Salines

From San José, drive over the island’s impressive, sparkling salt flats to Ses Salines. This sweeping 2km arc of pale sand provides a more low key alternative to pumping Playa d’en Bossa but offers plenty of seaside glamour with a variety of St Tropez style beach clubs where the jet-set and yachties dock for a spot of lunch with a side of house and electronica. From this beach, you can also lookout for the vibrant “parades”, which pass several times a day (whereby the likes of Pacha and Space send throngs of dancers, drag queens and general party people to drum up a buzz around the biggest events happening that night). Please contact us to find an Ibiza House nearby this sandy shore.


Ibiza beach – Playa d’en Bossa

Clocking in at three kilometres long, Playa d’en Bossa is the longest beach on the island and also one of the most famous. The soft, pale sand is scattered with sunbeds throughout summer and blissfully vacant in winter – offering residents the best of both worlds. An array of Ibiza bars, boutiques and restaurants – growing bigger and better each year – keep the beach busy until well after dark, often with DJs spinning Balearic beats, while the promenade provides the perfect place for people watching.


Ibiza beach – Aguas Blancas

A long stretch of dark golden sand dominated by striking rocky cliffs, Aguas Blancas is one of the few ‘official’ naturist beach (you can get naked in every beach with no problems). This is a picture-perfect example of the island’s unspoiled northeastern coast. The turquoise waters of this sandy shore are reasonably shallow and great for swimming, with plenty of caves and rocks to explore if you dare. When the wind is up, foamy white waves lap at the shore hence the name, translating to white waters.


Ibiza beach – Cala Mastella

This sweet little playa is surrounded by cliffs and is one of tiniest island’s beaches. Because Cala Mastella is relatively untouched and unspoiled, it retains a very special bohemian-like vibe. The base of the sea is a bed of stones, meaning it’s advisable to purchase some waterproof rock shoes to make your entry into the water easier – the beauty of these stones, however, means the calm waters remain completely clear, making Cala Mastella perfect to snorkel.


Ibiza beach – Talamanca

Safe, shallow, calm and clear waters are the focal point in the pretty bay of Talamanca, the closest plaza in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.


Cala Gracioneta

Located north of the craziness of San Antonio, and a little further north still than her big sister beach Cala Gracio, Cala Gracioneta is a real find. A beautifully small bay, with clear sparkling waters and sunset views, it also has the privilege of being the location for El Chiringuito Gracioneta, owned by Javier of Mambo and Villa Mercedes (amongst a myriad of others). Please contact us to find an Ibiza House nearby this sandy shore.



This beach is a tiny secluded cove surrounded by rocky cliffs and lush green foliage. Park yourself on a sunbed, or get explorative and swim and snorkel around the rocky bay to check out hidden underwater caves. The water’s edge at S’espanyol is made up of hard pebbles, so use the long plank leading in to avoid hurting your feet. Once you’re in, this water is crystal clear and always with a perfect temperature.


Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa boasts some of the clearest, cleanest water you’ll ever see in an Ibiza, and the softest golden sand. This sandy shore will make you think you’ve escaped the Med and made it to Maldives or Thailand. Large rock formations on either side of the seaboard are a constant reminder, however of the rocky and rustic terrain of Ibiza.


Sa Caleta

To discover this hidden paradise, enter along a wooden walkway between two rustic, red cliffs – it literally feels like stepping into another world. The soft golden sand, clear blue skies, sparkling sea and a rocky headland (where you’ll find plenty of nudists!) keeping Sa Caleta protected from the wind await your arrival. Please contact us to find a Beach House for sale or for rent!


Cala Gracioneta

This is the pretty little sister “plaza” to next-door neighbouring Cala Gracio, Cala Gracioneta is a quaint, rustic cove on Ibiza west coast that’s small in size yet packed with character. This sandy shore is surrounded by plenty of shady trees, rocky headland and a golden patch of sand extending all the way back to the chiringuito.


Punta Galera

One of the most breathtaking sights to behold is Punta Galera is an amazing bay surrounded by stone formations jutting out from the cliffs like large, flat shelves. Beneath the rocks, the sparkling azure Mediterranean Sea glistens, beckoning sunbathers to cool off by diving off the rocks, while surrounding rock pools prove popular with snorkelers. A truly unique experience that shouldn’t be missed!


Nearby these listed beaches, with the help of our team, you can find your Beach House!



If you do not find what you need, please contact us and we will make you a targeted search according to your needs.