Despite it being one of Ibiza’s most famous beaches and being located next to the popular Ses Salines beach, Es Cavallet is more than a kilometre long and 30 metres wide. Its small car park means that it is not a very busy beach, so you will always find plenty of room. Es Cavallet was one of the first nudist beaches in Spain. It stands out for its wild nature, surrounded by dunes and junipers, its clear water and its view of Formentera.
The beach at Es Codolar is a real blessing in high season, as it is one of the least frequented beaches in Ibiza. It gets its name from the presence of còdols, large round stones found on the shore. The entire beach of Es Codolar is covered of these stones, which makes it essential to wear appropriate footwear and be careful when walking. To make taking a dip easier, there’s a long walkway to get into the sea.
Get ready to be left breathless, because Punta Galera is one of the most impressive landscapes in Ibiza, and the first time you see it you will be awestruck. The cove is made up of huge slabs of smooth rock that form terraces up and down the mountain. Their smooth shape, caused by erosion, makes these stones a great place to sunbathe. It is worth visiting to enjoy its relaxing atmosphere, silence and impressive crystalline waters, perfect for snorkelling.
Cala de San Vicente
Cala San Vicente is defined by its curved shape and fine golden sand, crystal clear waters, and a seafront promenade with all the services you need behind it. It is a beautiful and magnificently wide beach, so even in high season you will find enough space to enjoy a day at the beach in total calm.
Cala Martina (Santa Eulària des Riu)
Cala Martina is one of Ibiza’s paceful beaches. It has impressive Posidonia meadows, interspersed with natural pools that bring crystal clear waters, to enjoy a special kind of dip in the sea. If this beach is just perfect for something, it’s for doing water sports, since there’s a school for diving, windsurfing and other sports such as sailing along the same shore, where you can also rent equipment for doing them. On the shore, you’ll find a number of beach bars where you can try out some of the most traditional dishes on the island.Tags: Ibiza, Ibiza, Playas de Ibiza, Playas de Ibiza
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