“We’re going to Ibiza, back to the island.” If this is you as soon as it is safe to travel again, you are in the right place.
The White Isle, as it is popularly known for its stunning white sand beaches, has plenty to explore, discover, and uncover.
The Spanish island of Ibiza is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
As a party town, it has a raucous, wilding, and memorable nightlife.
But, on the other side, you have unassuming stretches of untainted white sand for miles along the Mediterranean Sea.
Whether you want to lay on the sand and read, go snorkelling, or explore hidden coves, Ibiza has a beach fit for every mood.
Here’s a list of some of the best beaches in Ibiza.
An official nudist beach on the road to Cala San Vicente near San Carlos, Aguas Blancas is a lovely 300 metre beach with golden sands.
Flanked by cliffs on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other, Aguas Blancas is a relaxed, calm, and peaceful beach.
It is a bit of an adventure to find and because of this, there aren’t too many people around.
There is a beach bar or chiringuito, at the far end of the beach popular among travelers and locals alike.
If you are staying in one of the many beach villas in Ibiza, especially near San Carlos, you must visit Aguas Blancas.
Adventurers will love Cala Xarraca as it offers rocky, sandy, and lush green terrains that are perfect for nature walks and more.
A busier beach because it is famous for snorkelling, Cala Xarraca is a traveller’s paradise. The beach is near Portinatx, accessible only by car.
You can enjoy the spectacular views of the Mediterranean flora that dots the view while also lazing on the soft sand.
What’s more, there is even a natural mud bath making a trip to the beach even more special.
The calm Mediterranean that is perfect for swimming and paddle boarding is more so at Las Salinas or Ses Salines.
One of the most popular and beautiful beaches on the island, Ses Salines is part of a natural park that bears the same name.
It is framed by pine trees and the horizon as clearly visible as a summer’s day.
There are a bunch of cafes, beach bars, and restaurants popular among visitors.
They offer delicious food and drink to be enjoyed along with the mesmerising view. Las Salinas is close to Playa d’en Bossa and can be accessed easily by both private and public transportation.
A non-commercial, quaint, and almost private beach, with few people and fewer establishments, is Cala Xuclar, Portinatx.
The bay has a bit of a rocky coastline with a stretch of sand and crystal clear water.
You can spend hours reading, playing in the water, or sunbathing without getting disturbed by swarms of other tourists.
Snorkelling is another popular activity on this secluded beach. You will have to carry your own food and drink as there is only one shop with limited wares.
Leisurely walks on the beach thanks to its forgiving terrain is another great activity at Cala Xuclar.
Nestled on Ibiza’s south-west coast, Cala Carbó is a popular and relaxed white sand beach with an iridescent coast thanks to the low rocky coastline.
The bay is laid-back as travellers like to take their time here.
You can lounge on your beach blankets for hours, or eat at one of the two popular restaurants on the shore. The coast is safe for kids to explore.
Cala Carbó is situated off the road that connects San Jose and Cala Vadella near another popular beach Cala d’Hort.
This is only a dip in what is the ocean of beaches in Ibiza.
Whether you want to visit a nudist beach or one that is packed with water sports, you will definitely find something you like.
Stay in one of the beach villas in Ibiza because they offer you the luxury of private pathways that lead straight to the coast.
Explore Ibiza and make wonderful memories on the White Isle with loved ones—or solo!