Located in the south of the island, Cala Jondal is a wide bay with pebbles on most of its surface instead of sand.
Although the rocks on the coast make it difficult for swimmers to enter the sea, once you've waded in you'll find sandbanks and invitingly crystal-clear water.
Cala Jondal is undoubtedly one of Ibiza's more exclusive beaches for those with deeper pockets due to the superb Blue Marlin Club. Here, you can admire sea views while sipping on tasty cocktails and listening to music on the beds and sun loungers.
- Length: 350 metres.
- Width: 20 metres.
How to get there
To get to Cala Jondal, you'll find the turn-off signposted on the Ibiza-San José road (PM-803) halfway along the route.
Sa Caleta (1.3 km) Las Salinas Beach (7.5 km) Playa d'en Bossa (7.8 km) Es Cavallet (7.9 km)