31 Jul 10 Deserted Beaches In Ibiza: Long Live Privacy!
The fact that Ibiza is famous worldwide for being a natural paradise has its small drawback: its beaches are usually overcrowded with tourists. However, if you want to enjoy totally crystal clear waters, clean sand and absolute calm, in this post we recommend 10 deserted beaches where you can enjoy a calm atmosphere with your friends, your partner, or even surprise that summer love.
1. Cala Olivera
To arrive here, you have to go through a rather tricky path. Part of it is rocky, but another small area has sand and some hammocks. This beautiful cove is one with the least influx of bathers in the area.
2. Pedrera De Cala D’Hort
This is a paradisiacal place, an old stone quarry that belongs to the natural reserve of cove d’Hort. Its complicated access due to a steep dune only make it suitable for people in great health. Its crystal clear waters and natural swimming pools give it a unique charm. We recommend you don’t swim here when the waves are strong as it could be quite dangerous.
3. Cala Llentrisca
It’s a small, rocky cove located only 3 kilometres away from Es Cubells, with calm, turquoise coloured waters that make it ideal for swimming, snorkeling and discovering the marine fauna.
4. Cala D’en Serra
In the middle of a completely unspoilt area we find this tiny cove. It’s very close to Portinatx and only 9 kilometres away from Sant Joan. This beach has a few boathouses and a small chiringuito. Since it’s made out of rocks, we recommend you bring along appropriate slippers. Its marine seabed is impressive, so don’t forget your diving glasses if you’re a nature lover.
5. Cala Codolar
This beach offers a calm and chilled atmosphere. It has a welcoming chiringuito and facilities for renting deckchairs. Its marine seabed is spectacular, so we recommend you visit this cove when there isn’t much wind.
6. Cala Xarraca
This is a must-see for diving lovers. Here, you can enjoy snorkeling as it is a truly mediterranean paradise.
7.Cala D’ Albarca
Declared as an area of special natural interest, it offers a landscape typical of the ibizan north. It has imposing cliffs that overlook the sea and lush pine forests. This cove is one of the most unspoilt on the island of Ibiza; you’ll be able to enjoy it in many occasions in complete solitude.
8. Punta Galera
It’s one of nudists and diving lovers’ favourite beaches. Its surroundings are some of the most beautiful on the island. There are absolutely no sign marks to get there, which entails it’s never overcrowded by bathers but, nonetheless, it’s breathtaking.
9. Es Canaret
It’s a small, sandy cove with turquoise coloured waters. It has a recently created path enabling its access, which explains why it’s still unknown to the less savy.
A scarce 4 kilometres away from Ibiza town you can find this environment of peace. You access it through a pretty uncomfortable mud road which is why it doesn’t have a high visitor influx. It has sandy and stony areas where you can lie down, a welcoming chiringuito and boathouses. It’s really worth getting to.