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The best beaches of Ibiza

Ibiza’s beaches span a 210km coastline, forming a long circuit of places for relaxation, tucked-away coves, special nooks and crannies, extensive sections of fine sand, rocks and turquoise water. The coves, presenting beachgoers with a wide variety of atmospheres, are perfect to unwind while far from the madding crowd or dance from dusk till dawn. Star-studded beaches include Ses Salines or Playa d’en Bossa, while Cala Llonga or Es Canar (next to Santa Eulària des Riu) are quieter inlets to lie in the sun.

Main beaches in Ibiza

  • Ses Salines beach: If you do not take a dip in Ses Saline, then you have not been to Ibiza. Members of the jet set from all five continents can be spotted here, but there is much more to it than this. The beach, which is part of Ses Salines Nature Park, offers both rocky and sandy stretches, moderate swell and an interesting sea bank.
  • Playa d’en Bossa: Bossa is the beach in Ibiza. It is in the district with the highest concentration of bars and fashion stores, thus boasting a festive atmosphere night and day, associated with youngsters and parties. It is also one of the longest beaches on the island, which has resulted in quite distinct sections, from areas for families to nightclub accesses.
  • Beaches in Sant Antoni: This coastal district has some of the most popular and loved beaches in Ibiza. Sant Antoni beach, for instance, can be easily accessed, has a fine location and offers a variety of services, while the two neighbouring coves, Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta, are quieter, although equally crowded in the summer. Connected by a trail, they are surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, untamed in this wild area. The water is crystal-clear.
  • Beaches in Santa Eulària: In Santa Eulària des Riu you can find the largest number of quiet, family-friendly beaches in Ibiza. The coves – Cala Nova, Cala Llonga, Cala Llenya – are great for a refreshing splash in turquoise water or a rest in the shade of Mediterranean pines. The most popular beach in this district is Es Canar. It is 350m long, features fine sand and calm water, can be easily accessed and offers the best service infrastructure in Ibiza.
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