Ibiza is a beautiful rugged island surrounded by gorgeous beaches and bays. There are long sandy beaches with clubs and watersports and there are remote rocky beaches and unspoiled coves. Ibiza is the perfect beach destination! North, west, south or east, all places come with a wide range of gorgeous beaches. This is our Ibiza Beach Guide.
Ibiza Beach Guide
Ibiza has over 80 beaches and all of them are beautiful. Go find out what is your favourite beach and do let us know. We love to hear all about it! Out of 80 beaches, we can only highlight a few of them. Here’s what we think are some of the best beaches in Ibiza:
Talamanca Beach is the closest beach to Ibiza Town. This long curvy beach is not bad at all for a city beach. Wooden boardwalks are placed on the sand, making it easy to stroll around and you won’t easily burn your toes. Talamanca has lots of cafes and restaurants and there are watersport activities, too. The beach also has volleyball courts for endless hours of fun and you can rent sun loungers and an umbrella if you like. Get ready to chill!
Playa d’en Bossa
The longest beach on the island is Playa d’en Bossa with its 3 km shoreline. There are many beachfront clubs, shops and restaurants. If you’re looking for a quiet beach this is not your place to be but if you want to party and go beach clubbing, this is it! Famous clubs at Playa d’en Bossa are Ushuaïa en Nassau Beach Club
Ses Salines Beach
Ses Salines Beach is the original beach party destination in Ibiza. It’s where it all began. If you are looking for a beautiful beach that is secluded and yet lively with cafes, bars and shops, you will love Ses Salines! This beach features a wide shore with fine soft sand and a clear blue ocean. It’s popular and it can get very busy in the high season. A great beach to go party at trendy clubs with awesome DJs and electronic dance music. If you want a quieter place to sunbathe and swim, stroll down to the southern tip where you’ll stumble upon little coves. Paradise is here!
Cala d’Hort is a beautiful crescent bay in the southwest of the island, boasting stunning views of the small limestone island Es Vedra. There are a lot of myths around this 400m tall rock island rock going back to Greek mythology. It’s said to be the third most magnetic place in the world. Cala d’Hort is also famous for its mesmerizing sunset views. Families love this beach with calm waters and a secluded feel. There are charming beach bars to get drinks and on top of all that, this cove is also one of the best places for snorkelling.
Cala Benirras is a small but beautiful cove with crystal clear waters surrounded by high limestone cliffs with pine forests. The vibe is bohemian and chill-out. On Sundays, it gets even better when the drumming band starts to play. This special event happens every Sunday at Benirras Beach and Everyone can join in.
Figuerentas is one of the busiest beaches on the island, located near Ibiza Town. It’s also a popular beach for families with shallow calm waters where kids can safely splash around and play with sand all day. You can also go shopping at the palm-fringed promenade, go lounge on the sunbeds or have some food and drinks at beachfront restaurants and bars.
Cala Conta is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza. Go swimming and snorkelling in the crystal clear water and wait for the magical Ibiza Sunset. Sip cocktails while DJs play mellow tunes as the sunset strikes. Mindfulness comes naturally at Cala Conta.
Cala Tarida has the best sea views and a very friendly, relaxed ambience. Families love this beach. It’s also the longest beach on the west coast of Ibiza and it gets busy in the summer months! Cotton Beach Club is a great place to go for sunset drinks in the afternoon!
Cala Salada is a picture-perfect sandy cove, popular with families. This beach is located just a 15-minute drive from San Antonio. There are shallow clear waters for the little ones and plenty of sunbeds and parasols. The sunsets are also breathtaking!
Have you found your favourite beach in Ibiza? Let us know and tell us why 🙂