You better get your sunscreen, because you'll want to stay in one of these beaches all day long. Crystal clear waters, fine golden sand, and virgin mediterranian nature await you at these coastal unspoilt pieces of paradise.
Located in a large bay that faces south, it is amongst the most popular beaches because of the beauty of its environment, with thick forests around jagged cliffs.
One of the only beaches in Ibiza that can actually lay claim to providing conditions good enough to surf, the dramatic backdrop of Cala Nova is unspoilt and rustic.
It's one of the most popular beaches in the town of Sant Antoni, acting as a border between the municipalities of Sant Antoni and Sant Josep. Despite being in an urban area, it's noted for its clean sand and clear waters.
A tiny corner frequented by fishermen made up of a closed, small cove. The nearness of a torrent's mouth has contributed to the proliferation of autochton vegetation in the vicinity.
Cala Bassa is considered one of the most beatiful beaches of the islands because of the transparency of its waters, the quality of sand and the leafy wood of junipers, pine trees and tamarinds surrounding it.
It's a small, quiet and cozy creek, located near the center of San Antonio. Its easy access and proximity to several hotels and tourist apartments make it another popular choice among beachgoers.
This beatiful corner on the coast emerges from a leafy wood of pine trees and junipers. Its crystal waters and shallow seabed makes this the perfect place for children to play.
Figueretes Beach is made up of several inlets skirted by a boardwalk, along which you can find hotels, bars and restaurants, as well as painters and craftspeople showing their work.
A long stretch of dark golden sand dominated by striking rocky cliffs, Aguas Blancas – one of the few ‘official’ naturist beaches in Ibiza – is a picture perfect example of Ibiza’s unspoiled northeastern coast.
Talamanca is a long sandy beach very close to the Botafoch lighthouse. It has the advantage of being near the city centre, and it offers a paradisiacal landscape.
Located in the north, this is a family-friendly, quiet beach surrounded by mountains and pine trees. providing the necessary services to enjoy it to its fullest.
After driving through fragrant pine forests, Cala de Boix is yet another beautiful example of Ibiza’s picturesque eastern coastline.
Located in the north of the island, Portinatx has a beautiful cala that still conserves a natural charm.
A small and friendly harbour that has developed a tourist area of great interest in its neighbourhood.
Right below a pine forest, Cala Salada is a beautiful, rustic beach that seems to have been relatively unscathed by the overdevelopment of its neighboring areas.
Surrounded by woods of pine trees and Mediterranean vegetation, from this small cove and the nearby cliffs one can enjoy extraordinary views of the island s'Espartar.
This beach lies right in San Antonio Bay, which given its location, there's a large variety of available services in the vicinity, and easy access to the town center.
The beach of Pou des Lleó is a small coastal corner, wrapped in a natural setting of great beauty.
This cala is well protected and is at the end of a narrow. It's facing east and composed of middle sand grains.
A wide, almost horseshoe shaped bay, Cala Llonga retains a slightly retro feel thanks to the quaint plastic fringed umbrellas dotting the sand and the many resort-style restaurants surrounding the beach.
Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast. Famous for its beautiful blue, turquoise and emerald green waters, Cala Tarida’s sandy shores have a bit of something for everyone.
This pretty little contoured beach with white sand is located within a fragrant valley laced with pine trees. The smooth, sparkling turquoise water of Cala Llenya make it ideal for swimmers of all levels of experience.
Santa Eulalia Beach is located on the coast of the same town that gives it its name. This beach is backed by a beautifully landscaped promenade filled with shops, restaurants and cafes.
This is a good alternative to the most frequented beaches, where you can enjoy the beauty of its natural environment. Those fond of snorkelling will enjoy the richness of underwater fauna and flora living in its crystal clear waters.
A magnificent beach of white sand and transparent waters, protected by steep cliffs, from which you will be able to enjoy the spectacle offered by the impressive silhouette of the small islands of es Vedrà and Vedranell.
This is a small cove, only accessed by car, protected by a pine tree forest and rocky cliffs. Peaceful and frequented by families, it is very adequate to go there with children.
Located in front of the small islands of Illa de Santa Eulària and Illa Redona, it has the perfect structure to practise water sports such as sailing and scuba diving.
Es Niu Blau, is a small and singular sandy spot, located in the mouth of Torrent d'Arabí, is surrounded by a dense Mediterranean forest. That goes into the sea, offering a refreshing shelter during the hottest hours of the day.
The beautiful bay of Cala Xarraca has crystalline water and a lovely beach with a good restaurant.
This is one of the longest beaches in the island. Due to this, Playa d'en Bossa belongs to two municipalities, Eivissa and Sant Josep.
S'Argamassa beach is formed by a group of small and cozy coves with fine golden sand. Its bottom is sandy and rocky sections with marine vegetation.
Located in a unique setting, surrounded by cliffs and greenery, you can find this little cove of transparent and calm waters that incite to swim at the end of a winding road.
Uncrowded, ideal for those who like hiking and walking excursions because it is located in a natural environment surprisingly virgin, among leafy woods of pine trees and junipers.
Surrounded by small cliffs made up of orange-coloured rocks rich in clay, this small cove shines because of its calm and friendly atmosphere.
Small and cosy cove frequented by families, wedged between rocky headlands and a soft lush forest of junipers and pines. It offers many services, among which there is a beach bar.
Known by local veteran fishermen as port Benirrás because of its enclosed bay structure, protected from strong winds, it's located in a natural setting of rare beauty, and has a lush forest.
Small and peaceful, located in a cove, protected from winds and waves. That's how Cala Codolar is.
Just a few minutes drive from Aguas Blancas, Es Figueral is not unlike its more Bohemian neighbour in terms of stunning scenery.
A small cove typically frequented by fishermen, which is now visited by families. You can observe the remains of the fishermen's usage of this cove in the form of the predominance of dry-dock stalls.
A beautiful long stretch of white sand that is also famously one of Ibiza's 'official' nudist and gay-friendly beaches, Es Cavallet’s appeal lies in its natural beauty.
This beach stands out from the rest because it is used as a sort of bridge between Illa des Bosc and the island of Ibiza.
Located at the foot of stricking cliffs typical from this area, it is made up of three little coves separeted by formations of rocks.
Port d’es Torrent is a hidden piece of tranquility near San Antonio, very popular with families coming to have some fun on the beach.
A place where fishermen used to dwell, with a small group of typical dry-dock stalls on one of its end. This small cove, surrounded by gentle cliffs, is the perfect place to run away from bustle and to relax laying on its warm sands.
This sweet little cove is surrounded by cliffs and is one of Ibiza’s tiniest beaches. Because Cala Mastella is relatively untouched and unspoiled, it retains a very special bohemian-like vibe.
A long, crescent moon shaped beach made up of golden sand, clear waters and a palm tree lined promenade peppered with resort-style eateries and hotels.
Looking a lot like a natural swimming pool, it's quite popular and adecuate for families. One of the most outstanding aspects of this beach is the large range of services, restaurants, bars and shops available here.
Cala Comte is also one of Ibiza‘s most renowned sunset spots, boasting breathtaking views as the sun slowly melts into the sea.