Ibiza It is in the Mediterranean and is part of the Balearic Islands, it has 210 kilometers of coastline and some of the most popular and beautiful beaches in Spain. Do you know them? Can't you see the time for it to be summer 2022 to go enjoy them?
Today, in Actualidad Viajes we know the best beaches in Ibiza so prepare a pointer ... and the suitcase!
Along with Menorca, Mallorca and Formentera is part of the Balearic Islands. Its coves and beaches are a dream, but so is the entire tourist and vacation world that has built up over the years. Today, Ibiza is synonymous with party.
Ibiza is 79 kilometers from the continental coast, it has a warm weather and it has suffered great emigrations in the XNUMXth century. Many of its people, attacked by poverty, crossed the seas to Algeria and to Cuba. The twentieth century was well into, around the years '60 and '70When tourism started to grow and produced its development.
Today you say Ibiza and you say nightlife, party, discos, beaches and young people.
Best beaches in Ibiza
They are counted around 80 beaches on the coast of Ibiza and there is a bit of everything, from quiet and relaxed beaches and far away to more familiar beaches, pebble bays, sugar sand beaches and super lively beaches.
To the east there is a very popular and familiar beach because it has calm waters very good for children, in addition to the shops and restaurants that surround it. I speak of Cala Llonga, with its golden sand and arc shape. Here you can sunbathe, learn to dive, play beach volleyball and much more.
The beach that is closest to the city of Ibiza itself is Talamanca, with golden sands and wooden boardwalk. It is usually visited by tourists and locals, there are restaurants with somewhat salty prices and it is very crowded by young people after clubbing. You may think that because it is close to the capital there is sooo much people but it's not like that, especially in the morning or late afternoon.
To the south is La Salinas, the most festive beach in Ibiza (or so they say). Have clubsThere are always young people, you can always dance in the sand, have lunch, dinner or relax. To be more calm and enjoy nature, it is the place of Las Salinas National Park Also, it is convenient to walk to the observation tower at the southernmost end of the island since there are small coves there.
Cala d'Hort is golden sands and it has great views of the island of Es Vedra, on the horizon, a few hundred meters from the coast. There are boats, yachts, and in high season there are very cool people enjoying the restaurants, coming and going from the boats anchored in the sea.
La Playa d'en Bossa it is very extensive, it is in fact the longest beach in Ibiza and has the most popular club of all, among others that abound around. The night begins in the discos but usually continues on the beach.
To the west of the island is Cala Conta, one of the most beautiful for many. It has soft white sands and clear waters, it is beautiful but there are always people. You can go in the afternoon and stay to contemplate the beautiful and golden sunset or snorkel in the natural pools of the coast, between rocks ...
Cala Saladeta is another pearl in the West Coast, and to get there you have to cross some rocks. It is a small bay with golden sands and crystal clear waters. The people you will see are usually young and bring their food and drink to spend the day as there are no beach bars in sight. Of course, it seems that drinks are sold. Also on the west coast is the Cala Tarida, a beach frequented by families as well as tourists and locals and couples.
In Cala Tarida there are discos, restaurants, calm and clear waters, all the ingredients so that in the summer season it is literally a beach that explodes. If you like something quieter, you should go north where there are smaller coves.
And the northern beaches? Here is Aguas Blancas, a white sand beach surrounded by impressive cliffs. She naturist beach and the locals tend to be concentrated in the extreme south of the coast. When there is wind, small waves are formed, with white crests, hence the name. It is a great place to see the sunrise.
Also on the north coast is the Benirras beach, surrounded by cliffs and pines, between sand, pebbles and stones. The waters, very clear and great for snorkeling. It is the beach of Finger of God and the sunsets are something from another world. They say that the best day to go to this beach is Sunday when the local market is organized. In high season the bus arrives and it is not possible to arrive by car since the route is closed to traffic.
La Cala Jondal It is a natural cove surrounded by beautiful nature, with pine trees and beautiful houses. here is the Blue Marlin nightclub, where many celebrities go. It is a pebble beach and super fashionable when it comes to eating, drinking, having fun and be seen. Another popular cove for its disco is Cala Bassa, with white sands and almost postal. Here is the Cala Bassa Beach Club, to eat, drink and dance.
You can easily reach Cala Bassa in 15 minutes from San Antonio using bus 7. Cala Xuclá is one of the smallest and most repaired beaches on the island. There are no bars, no bathrooms, and no activities offered. It is a quiet, quiet beach, surrounded by pine trees, with some fishing boats and a very rustic atmosphere.
Sa Caleta It is a beach surrounded by red cliffsThey are reminiscent of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, in the United States. This beach is only 15 minutes from Ibiza town. It has calm waters and for that reason it is very familiar, and there is a popular restaurant that serves tasty fish and seafood. The beach is popular but its cliffs give it a sense of privacy.
Of course, these are not the only beaches of IbizaThere are so many others, so if you want to know them and live the Ibiza experience ... don't miss 20222!