During your Ibiza holidays, you will find more than fifty-six beaches, each with a unique atmosphere, some isolated and wild, where you can lay your weary head and rest after a fun-filled evening.
The island of Ibiza is a total of 572 square kilometres and 40 km in length. It has a coastline of 210 kilometres with maximum distances by road going from 15 to 40 km. Nothing is actually very far because everything is within easy reach. We are there to help you discover the most beautiful places such as its beaches, restaurants and cafés, shopping, water sports and of course, its atmosphere!
Discover the magical coves of Cala d’Hort and Es Vedrà. This is a lovely beach to body surf on breezy days when the waves get a little higher and hit against the shore. Other beaches include Cala Comte (Conta) for its singular beauty, and Pou des Lleó for its quiet and peaceful cove. Platja d’en Bossa and Es Figueral have expansive family beaches and are dotted with bars and cafés offering a variety of scenes from the super trendy to the more laid back. The clear waters cover a sandy sea bed making it ideal for ballgames and safe for younger children.
Apart from the turquoise transparent waters, certain beaches also offer vestiges of old civilisations, for example the Phoenician site of Sa Caleta and the ancient defence towers which are scattered all over the coast. Also known as Es Bol Nou, it is in an absolutely beautiful setting, backed by red cliffs, this sandy beach has very shallow water, making it ideal for families and younger children.