Our Guide To The Ibiza Beach

Beaches are a thing that Ibiza is not short of, with over 80 stunning spots around the island’s coastline! Boasting views like no other together with the Mediterranean heat, nothing can quite beat the Ibiza beach feeling.


Cala Conta (Cala Comte)

This Ibiza beach is one of the more well-known on the island. Welcoming thousands of tourists every summer to its sugar-white sands and crystal-clear waters! There are two amazing sides to this beach with a rustic restaurant situated in the middle of them both! 


Many people have argued that the sunset view from Cala Comte is one of the best on the island. Enjoy one of the best Sunset spots at Sunset Ashram for a cocktail and chilled Balearic beats! On one of the beaches, you will also find some old fishing huts which are perfect for that holiday photo! Access to this beach is fairly easy with buses running there or by car!

Cala Bassa

Notoriously known as one of the best beaches on the white isle. Cala Bassa can be accessed by boat or car but to get the full experience take the boat option! Stepping off the boat, you’ll be greeted by an incredible view and a perfect picture spot under the ‘Welcome to Playa Cala Bassa’ arch!


A wide stretch of white sand and turquoise waters will make sure that your Ibiza beach expectations are truly met!  The famous Cala Bassa Beach Club is set on the beach here it stretches across the back of the beach and is one of the islands most popular spots for food coupled with a daytime beverage!

Cala Tarida


Located on the south-west of the island, but rarely visited by tourists. This under the radar beach is popular with the locals of Ibiza but always welcoming to tourists! A beautiful beach dotted with rocks for climbing and jumping off and with a healthy scattering of beach lounges and restaurants, this beach is a great spot to spend a day.


As you arrive in Cala Tarida, you’ll spot signs pointing you to Tarida North or South but once you’re on the beach you’ll find it’s not an arduous journey from one end to the other; their distinction only really matters for access. If you arrive at Tarida North you’ll be descending to the beach via some fairly steep stone steps, but head Tarida south you’re straight onto the beach!

Cala D’Hort

This spot is particularly famous for one thing, in particular, for its jaw-dropping view of the Es Vedra rock! A great beach to spend the day sunbathing and taking a dip in the blue waters. Finish it off with a picturesque sunset looking out onto the world’s third most magnetic point, Es Vedra!


 If you’re feeling a bit peckish there are a couple of little restaurants set back from the beach that offer some amazing seafood. The best way to access this beach is by car or taxi!

Playa de Ses Illetes (Formentera)

Arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, here you’ll find the Caribbean looking paradise with completely white sands and water so clear you can see your toes! People’s jaws drop as they step onto this beach as the views are unbelievable looking out over the mainland of Ibiza! 


To get to Formentera you can catch a boat from Ibiza Town which takes half an hour! In terms of food and drink, there are restaurants further inland in a short taxi ride. We recommend taking a few bits with you as you won’t want to leave this paradise! A popular thing to do on Formentera is to hire a moped for the day, allowing you to explore the whole island and all its wonders!

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