Ibiza may be known as party central but it is home to some of the most incredible beaches, some are sandy, some are rocky. I personally prefer rocky beaches – not a fan of sand in my pants 😉 I was lucky enough to explore many of them, so here are some of my recommendations for the best beaches to visit in Ibiza!
A beautiful beach with a great beach club called CCBC! You can get to Cala Bassaa by boat which is super quick. There are plenty of cliffs just jump off which is what I did for most of my time there! It can get packed out though, so get there early for a good spot.
It is best to go on a Sunday to watch the drummers! However, you can catch some of the best sunsets here! As usual in Ibiza, this beach gets super busy! We climbed on one of the old fishing shack roof and watched the sun go down. Perfect viewing spot my lovies.
Ah maybe one of my favourites is Cala Salada, we just went and lay on the roofs of the old fishing huts and jumped off them into the ocean. A real cool, laid back vibe as people tend to bring their speakers and play chilled our regea all day!
Such a beautiful beach with turqouse blue waters so clear that you can see you fish swimming by you. Salinas is best to go if you want to check out a few beach bars and do some day drinking! It has some of the best bars here – my fav is the hippy hang out – Satrnxa
Away from the loudness of San Antonio is Cala Gracionetta. Surronded by old fishing huts and a really good restraunt near by when you get hungry. Read more about Gracionetta here.
Cala Conta – Sunset Ashram
Sunset Ashram is very well know for the some of the best sunsets in Ibiza and surronded by natural beauty. It is only small, however you can walk for 15 minutes to find a more secluded spot!
Way up north but totally worth the travel. Not as many tourists and there are caves to swim in to and explore.
This is a super secret beach that is only usually passed onto by other locals. A good friend told me about it and since then I love going as there is usually max around 10 people. Its a rocky beach (really rocky) so I usually take my yoga matt for extra comfort. You can hike up then down to a secret spot but be careful as its a bit of a climb!