If you thought there was only one side to Ibiza, think again. This beautiful island makes for an ideal summer holiday for the whole family, and one of the best things about it is the sheer variety of stunning beaches.
Wondering which beach to visit when you arrive in Ibiza? Here are a few of the top ones to check out during your stay.
This is the beach to be seen at, and it is a popular haunt of the army of celebrities enjoying the party scene. It’s a mile long and is located right on the southern tip of island bordered by a pine forest.
It may not be the best beach for families due to its popularity with the party crowd, but it is a fun place to hang out if you are holidaying in the area, and there are lots of bars, restaurants and water sports to keep you entertained.
Cala D’en Serra
This small and beautiful bay is a world away from Las Salinas. Located on the north coast of the island, it is an oval-shaped beach surrounded by cliffs. You won’t find many celebrities here, and instead this beach is a popular hang-out for the locals.
Because it is so quiet is makes for a great choice when seeking out some peace and quiet, especially on the weekends. The clear waters are also ideal for snorkelling.
This is one of the smallest beaches in Ibiza, and also one of the most unspoiled. The stony ground may not be too kind on your feet, but in return you get to enjoy crystal clear water which is ideal for snorkelling.
It is located in the north, near to San Carlos, and is another beach popular with locals. You’ll only find a smattering of tourists here, making it feel exclusive and like a real discovery. Just make sure you get there early as there is not much space to share around.
This secluded cove is surrounded by cliffs and green forests, and there is also a picturesque rocky bay for snorkelling. It is located very near to Ibiza Town so one of its strong points is its ease of access, and you might even spot a few celebs here because it is so secluded.
Located in a valley near to Cala Mastella, this family beach is an excellent place to spend an entire day. The water is shallow which is ideal for swimming, there are restaurants so you can stay for lunch, and it does not get too crowded so it is a good bet any time of the year. There are also lots of water sports to keep you more than entertained.
Surrounded by cliffs and pine trees, this secluded beach is the perfect way for you to get back to nature. It is located on the south coast near to Cala Jondal, and is a tranquil place to relax in the sun with the locals.
Check Out the Beaches in Ibiza
If you are planning a trip to Ibiza then any of the above beaches could provide you with the ideal way to spend a day. There are plenty more to discover, and the above is just a small selection, so go exploring when you arrive and see what other beautiful beaches you can discover.