Ibiza: Beaches and more - 10 insider tips
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Ibiza: Beaches and more - 10 insider tips

Ibiza: Beaches and more - 10 insider tips

By Sibylle Nuessli

Ibiza - tourist hotspot or hidden gem? The island has retained its DNA and is still dynamic, urban, flashy, and simply magical. My parents already spent months at the beaches of the island over 40 years ago, sleeping in the car and enjoying life.

And now we got addicted to the magic island and its beaches. First, yes, you still find deserted beaches in Ibiza. We have compiled a small list of our insider tips for you.


Ibiza beaches: insider tips away from the crowds

Cala den Serra

This beach is located in the north of the island, about 10 minutes from Portinatx. The last few meters are a bit tricky due to the steep gravel road, but no problem by car - make sure you drive down to the parking lot.

A small Chiringuito rents out sun loungers, but you can lie on the fine white sand. The water is shallow and crystal clear. It's super relaxing with all the amenities.

Cala den Serra beach Ibiza with white sand

Cala d'en Serra Ibiza beach

Cala Codolar

A beach in Ibiza that I have returned time and time again. Cala Codolar is a more secluded beach, surrounded by cliffs and nature, with golden, slightly pebbly sand. There is a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere - the tiny beach has only one kiosk, which also rents out a few sun loungers.

Ibiza Cala Codolar

Cala Llentrisca

One of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza. The access is not easy to find, but it's worth it! We were alone for the first hour. Drive to the end of the road - tell the barrier you want to go to the beach - and then just follow the easy path for about 20 minutes. You can find descriptions online. Remember your parasol.

 Cala Llentrisca beach Ibiza, white sand, clear blue water

Cala Boix

A fascinating beach on Ibiza, unique with its dark grey sand. Beautiful high cliffs surround it, and the sea looks even bluer against the dark sand than anywhere else!

The beach is long and popular with locals. Directly above the beach are restaurants famous for their fish dishes. They're also popular with the locals, which is a testament to how delicious the food is.

Es Portitxol

The small cove of Es Portitxol is one of the most hidden beaches on the island of Ibiza. To get there, you must walk for about 30 minutes along a beautiful, good path along the coast. The view is simply stunning!

The path is well signposted, for example, here. An ideal place to relax. It is a pebble beach, but the old boathouses invite you to stay. Remember your parasol and snorkeling gear.Cala Llentrisca Ibiza

Cala Llentrisca Ibiza

Cala Aigua Doca Beach

One of the most challenging beaches on Ibiza to reach. I have not found any descriptions, but two years ago, we walked the 30 minutes from the parking lot and were on our own. Be careful - always keep to the right, even at the first fork; otherwise, you might get lost. 

Cala Aigua Doca Beach 

Cala Xuclar Chiringuito

The tiny horseshoe-shaped bay of Cala Xuclar, surrounded by rustic fishermen's huts and crystal clear waters, is a peaceful little beach in the north of Ibiza.

The Chiringuito serves top-quality, beautifully presented seafood and fish, which is impressive considering the limited facilities. A perfect place to discover the true essence of Ibiza. Perfect for that late Spanish lunch, but you should call ahead and book via Insta. Cash only.

Cala Xuclar Chiringuito

Cala Xuclar Chiringuito


Hippie Market Ibiza: Las Dalias

A must when visiting the island. Founded in 1985 with five stalls, it is hippier than ever today. More than 250 stalls are now selling charming clothes, handmade accessories, and unique objects. We spotted amazing brands like Andrea Jvne or Lua Barcelona already in Las Dalias.

Bar Anita - Restaurant

Next to the church of Sant Carles de Peralta is one of the island's most famous and popular restaurants: we're talking, of course, about the "Bar Anita," often called "Ca n'Anneta."

Of course, Bar Anita still invites you to spend a relaxing afternoon with a coffee or a herbal liqueur made according to the house recipe. The spirit of traditional Eivissa, which you still feel today, has gradually merged with modernity.

A few minutes walk from the restaurant, you will find some small boutiques selling beautiful clothes & accessories ;).

Ibiza Town

Yes, there is a lot to discover in Ibiza Town - something we found as everything was already prearranged is the Bai Bai Bar Eivissa with local tapas or near Mare Ibiza with delicious fish & seafood.


Of course, Ibiza offers many more beaches like Cala Carbo, Cala d'Hort, Cala Moli, and Cala Olivera. They're also beautiful beaches but during high season often super crowded. Also delicious food can be found at every corner. You not only need to spend a fortune for a magical dinner: There are several supermarkets and delicatessens on the island. A good bottle of wine, bread, jamon & watching the sunset on the cliffs is always worth it.

Ibiza sunset watch

Happy holidays tías. Contact us for further questions
Xoxo Sibylle

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