Cala Xarraca

Located 5 kilometres from San Juan, in northern Ibiza, Cala Xarraca is a long, narrow beach surrounded by rocks where Neptune grass has completely taken over the coast.

Unlike most beaches in Ibiza, where the water barely covers the shore as you move away from it, Cala Xarraca has a significant slope that must be taken into account.

The sand formed by pebbles and the huge mountains of Neptune grass that crowd the shore make Cala Xarraca a beach that we currently don't recommend visiting.


  • Length: 70 metres.
  • Width: 20 metres.

How to get there

To get to Cala Xarraca from Ibiza, just take the C-733 road towards Portinatx and follow the signs to Cala Xarraca.