The Spanish island Ibiza has some wonderful beaches. The whole coastline of the island is covered with bays, coves and beaches. On this page I’ve listed the best beaches on Ibiza. I’ve listed them starting from Ibiza town, going clockwise around the island. So you can keep this page handy when you’re doing a road-trip in Ibiza finding the best beaches.
Platja d’en Bossa
Platja d’en Bossa is the beach from Ibiza town. You can find it at the south side of the city. It’s a beautiful white sand beach that stretches for kilometres. You can find some up-class beach restaurants here and famous clubs like Ushuaia.
If you drive along the south side of the island from Ibiza town, you can drive to Cala d’Hort at the South West side of the island. We love to spend time on this beach as it’s perfect to lie down in the sun, but also to go for a swim.
Playa Calla Vadella
I totally forgot to take a picture at Playa Calla Vadella, but I think it really deserves a spot in this list of the best beaches on Ibiza. It has a nice sandy beach and it’s really close to all kinds of shops and restaurants.
Cala Moli is a small beach. It’s also a quiet beach. So it’s great for people that are looking for the authentic Ibiza feeling away from the crowds.
Cala Llentia is not a beach, but I’ve listed it here anyway because I think it’s a beautiful spot. Cala Llentia are high rock cliffs. You can find it behind the Stonehenge of Ibiza and from the cliffs you can look over the clear blue water.
Platges de Comte
Platges de Comte is one of the most popular beaches of Ibiza. It has a rocky coast, so you’ll need to be creative with finding a spot to lay down your towel. But the bay has beautiful clear water. And from your towel you’ve got a great view of rock formations just out of the coast. You can park for free here and have dinner at the popular Sunset Ashram beach restaurant.
Cala Bassa has a big stretch of sand, making it one of the biggest beaches of Ibiza (apart of Platja d’en Bossa of course). It has crystal clear blue water, but there are also some jellyfish. You can find Cala Bassa South of Sant Antoni. You park your car at the Cala Bassa Beach Club for 5€. At the Beach Club you can have lunch with views over the bay, but it isn’t suitable for those traveling on a budget.
You can find Cala Gracia just North of Sant Antoni. It’s great if you’re in Sant Antoni and you’re short on time. The beach is small but very deep, so overall you’ve got a big patch of sand.
From Cala Gracicia you can walk over a path over the rocks to Cala Gracioneta, a small bay just around the corner. With its shallow water it’s also great for kids.
Cala Xarraca is a small beach with pebbles. It has a nice beach bar.
There are two other bays really close to Cala Xarraca that are small and rocky. But it’s great to see 3 different bays in a short amount of time.
You can find Aguas Blancas at the North Eastern tip of the island. It’s a long stretched sand beach but it’s quite small. There’s a great beach bar with vegan options called Cima del Mar.
Cala Martina has a great beach and nice beach bar called Chirincana.
From the beach bar you can have a great walk over the cliffs. It’s right next to popular campsite Camping Laplaya Ibiza.
Babylon beach is not really a beach but more a flat rock with a beautiful beach bar. They’ve got sun-beds on the rock plateau.
Platja de Santa Eulàlia
Platja de Santa Eulalia is a big white sand beach, in the lovely city Santa Eulàlia with many restaurants. You can rent pedel boats and kayaks here.
From there it’s a 25 minute car ride south to Ibiza town.
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