Beaches & Coves - The best beaches and coves in Ibiza

Beaches & Coves

Besides its electric nightlife, Ibiza is also famous for its spectacular beaches and coves. Find your ideal beach among our top picks. 

Our top 5 beaches

Cala Salada & Cala Saladeta

Surrounded by lush unspoilt nature, Cala Salada and its neighbour, Cala Salada, are two of the most popular coves in Ibiza. Discover them.

Cala Conta

Cala Conta offers an idyllic landscape that makes it one of the favourite beaches among tourists and inhabitants of San Antonio. Spend a day there.

Cala Vadella

Visit this beautiful bay with turquoise waters and golden sands bordered by rocky walls that shelter it from the wind and waves.

Cala de San Vicente

Sheltered by pine-covered hills, Cala de San Vicente is a long beach in the northeast of the island that boasts of brilliant, blue waters. Discover it.

Cala Gracioneta

Just a short walk from San Antonio, Cala Gració's smaller, neighbouring cove is a charming and convenient place to spend the day in the sun.

Ibiza's most popular beaches

Las Salinas Beach

Visit Ibiza's celebrity beach that is located in the heart of the Ses Salines Natural Park. It is one of the most popular beaches on the island.

Playa d'en Bossa

Playa d'en Bossa is one of Ibiza's largest beaches and offers a wide range of activities as well as a vibrant nightlife. Check it out!

Ibiza's most beautiful beaches

Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa is one of Ibiza's most beautiful beaches thanks to its fine sand and calm turquoise waters. Fancy a visit?

Sa Caleta

Also known as Es Bol Nou, Sa Caleta is a small, quiet beach surrounded by pine trees and reddish rocks that give it a unique character.

Cala Longa

Located near Santa Eulalia, Cala Llonga is a pleasant beach with lots of facilities and activities for tourists to enjoy.

Cala Portinatx

Located on the north of the island, Portinatx is a beautiful cove that, despite being very urbanised, still retains its natural charm. 

Cala d'Hort

Located in Sant Josep, Cala d'Hort is one of Ibiza's blue flag beaches and one of the most popular on the island for its fantastic views. Fancy a visit?

Other beaches and coves in Ibiza

Cala Tarida

Cala Tarida is an urbanised beach where hotels, flats and restaurants have been incorporated into the landscape, creating multiple services. Discover it here.


Located in the urban area of Ibiza Town, Figueretas Beach (Ses Figueretas) is one of the most popular beaches in the city. Discover it here.

Cala Llenya

Cala Llenya is located on the east of the island and is a great place to go if you want to avoid busy crowds during high season.

Cala Gració

Cala Gració is an attractive u-shaped beach located next to the municipality of San Antonio. It's one of the favourite coves of both locals and tourists. Discover it here.

Cala Codolar

Located in the west of the island, about 7 kilometres from San José, Cala Codolar is a small beach that tends to be quieter than its coastal neighbours. Discover its charm.

Cala Carbó

Cala Carbó is a small beach surrounded by a rugged landscape that makes it a quiet place where the sea remains calm. Learn all about it here.

Cala Jondal

Located in the south of the island, Cala Jondal is a wide bay with pebbles on most of its surface instead of sand. Discover its charm.

Es Cavallet

Es Cavallet Beach is well-known for being a nude beach that's LGBT-friendly. In reality, it receives a variety of visitors.


Thanks to its easy access and its services, this beach is often chosen by families looking for a quiet place with calm waters.

Cala Xarraca

Cala Xarraca is a long, narrow beach surrounded by rocks where Neptune grass has completely taken over the coast.

Aguas Blancas

Aguas Blancas is a beach formed by a long and narrow coastal strip located at the foot of steep cliffs. Discover this beach in Ibiza.

Cala Boix

Located on the east of the island, Cala Boix is a beach that remains uncrowded even during the summer season. 

Cala Nova

Located near the resort Es Caná, Cala Nova is a long, narrow beach with golden sands against turquoise waters surrounded by a pine forest.

Cala Molí

Cala Molí is a small beach surrounded by pine trees with an uncomfortable surface made up of pebbles and boulders. This means visitors need to wear shoes to enter the water.

Es Caná

Es Canar Beach has fine sand, although its waters aren't as striking as those of other beaches on the island.

San Antonio Beach

An urban beach bustling with young holidaymakers and lined with vibrant bars and restaurants, S'Arenal is the island's party beach.

Formentera's Beaches

If you're looking for even more idyllic beaches with pure golden sands and deep blue waters, we recommend going on a day trip to Formentera, whose coves and beaches are considered to be some of the world's most beautiful.