With more than 210 km of Beach and 2,948 hours of sun each year, it’s fair to say that the island of Ibiza constitutes a true paradise for all those who get to go there; tourists and residents alike. It’s reckoned that Ibiza has more than 50 beaches, spread out over 5 municipalities: Eivissa, Sant Josep, Sant Antonio, Sant Joan y Santa Eulâria. In this post, we roam Ibiza from beach to beach.
1 Ibiza´s beaches
Talamanca and Ses Figueretas are the capital’s two beaches. Both boast a fantastic atmosphere 365 days of the year. During the summer they are often frequented by tourist and residents alike, and even in winter, they act as hosts to a multitude of social and sports activities. We give you all you need to know about each of these beaches at the following link.
IBIZA FROM BEACH TO BEACH – IBIZA´S BEACHES
2 Sant Josep´s beaches
The municipality boasting the most amount of beaches, and among them some of the most popular beaches in Ibiza, such as d’en Bossa Beach, Salinas, d’Hort Cove, Conta Cove, Tarida Cove and many more. All of these are located on the east of the island, which receives the largest increase inhabitants during the summer months. Check out the beaches of Sant Josep by clicking on this link.
IBIZA FROM BEACH TO BEACH – SANT JOSEP´S BEACHES
Sa Sal Rossa
Platja des Cubells
Sa Pedrera – Atlantis
Sa Figuera Borda
Port des Torrent
Platja d´en Xinxó
Caló d´en Serra
3 Sant Antoni´s beaches
Sant Antoni boasts some of the most visually impressive beaches on the whole of the island of Ibiza. This includes many of the better-known beaches on the island, such as Salada Cove (and Saladeta), Galera Point, and Gracío Cove. All of these beaches share common characteristics, such as the beautiful vegetation, and crystalline waters making this the perfect spot for snorkelling or diving fans. To learn more about the beaches of Sant Antoni, click on this link.
IBIZA FROM BEACH TO BEACH – SANT ANTONI´S BEACHES
Platja de S´Arenal
Caló des Moro
Es Salt d´en Portes
Cala Gració + Cala Gracioneta
Cala Salada + Cala Saladeta
4 Sant Joan´s beaches
The beaches of Sant Joan are probably the quietest and most tranquil of Ibiza. Many of them such as d’es Multons Cove, Es Canaret or Xuclar Cove – among others – are still relatively unknown to the tourist, leaving them as the few final refuges of those residents that beach it up during the high season. With the beaches of the northeast, you’ll also have to get to grips with the wilder side of the experience, namely the inaccessibility to vehicles, which only works to further guarantee privacy for all those choosing to bathe there. Click here to get more information on the beaches of Sant Joan.
IBIZA FROM BEACH TO BEACH – SANT JOAN´S BEACHES
Es Pas de s´Illa
Caló des Multons
Port de Sant Miquel
S´Illot des Renclí
Portinatx Arenal Petit + Gros + Port
Cala d´en Serra
Port de Ses Caletes
Es Clot des Llamp
Cala de Sant Vicent
5 Santa Eulária´s beaches
The northeast of the island hides many of the most amazing beaches and coves of Ibiza, such as Aguas Blancas, Boix Cove, or Llenya Cove. In general, they are enormous beaches with crystal clear waters surrounded by dense vegetation, but also the types of beaches where you’ll struggle not to find a nice beachside bar, where you can grab some cooling refreshments on the hottest days of summer. Get greater insights into the beaches of Santa Eulária by clicking on this link.
IBIZA FROM BEACH TO BEACH – SANTA EULÁRIA´S BEACHES
During the hight season, our recommendation is to get away from the most famous beaches of Ibiza. In the next post, we recommend Top 10 Hidden Beaches and Coves in Ibiza to enjoy the sun and the beach without stress.
Original text by Alba Garcia