6 beautiful Ibiza beaches and bays we love to share

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Are you ready for  the beaches? Ibiza is getting more and more popular every day and there are many Ibiza websites that offer fantastic reviews about the famous beaches like Las Salinas, Benirras, Playa d’en Bossa and more. In this post we would like to share with you the beaches that are less well-known, but too beautiful to leave unmentioned. So grab your sunglasses and sun lotion because here we go!

Cala Tarida

Cala Tarida is a beautiful small beach. Our friend Selina lives nearby and we have witnessed many beautiful skies above Cala Tarida. You will enjoy the view. Cala Tarida is the place where memories are born.


Es Pou des Lleo

This small beach is a true gift of nature. Es Pou des Lleo is surrounded by fishermen’s huts. When the wind is in the right direction you can witness large waves roll in. Take the time to take a stroll on the cliffs above this beautiful beach. Es Pou des Lleo is the place where the magic happens.

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Es Xarcu

Es Xarcu is a small and beautiful bay and home of restaurant Es Xarcu. In our opinion this is one of the best fish restaurants on the island. Es Xarcu, where you can get the best of both worlds has stunning views, seafood and sun.

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Port de ses Caletes

This beach is situated at a beautifully pebbled bay; it’s not ideal for a relaxing beach day but worth your visit when you want to have a swim in beautiful, crystal clear blue waters. It becomes even better when you anchor your boat in this stunning bay. When you are a snorkelling fan Port de Ses Caletes is the place to be.

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Cala Lleña Beach

This small beach of 180 metres long is a must visit when you wish to relax your body and mind. It has all the facilities that you expect from a good beach. Cala Tarida is one of the beaches that is excellent for small children because the life guard is watching over your little ones while you are catching your well deserved sun rays. Cala Lleña: a great place for the whole family.

Ibiza beaches Cala Llenya beach - IbizaPictures by ToIbiza.com

Cala Llentrisca

To get to this beautiful bay is an adventure in itself. You have to take a walk to the bay along a small path alongside a cliff but you will love it. Cala Llentrisca is not a beach with sand and sun beds but a pebbled bay with fishermen’s huts. The colours of the water seem to be not of this world. Cala Llentrisca is a must visit when you are a little adventurous.

Cala Llentrisca one of the beatiful hidden beaches in Ibiza

Ibiza beaches Una pasarela al cielo.Picture by Oscar Gonzales

We hope that this post inspires you to go and explore more of our beautiful white island. And feel free to share with us your favourite beaches on Ibiza.

Marisa is the co founder of Ibiza Inside and together with Virgil she has a mission to empower as many people around the world to become better versions of themselves in body mind and lifestyle. Marisa is ready to move you in to action, and she will share beautiful Ibiza with you at the same time.

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  7. rusche

    Hallo, schöner Beitrag werde die eine oder andere calabesuchen

    Kennt Ihr die cala Blanca bei cala langa?

  8. Brian Stirling

    Agua Blanca is a great little beach , 6.4 km north west of
    Santa Eularia .steep roads lead down to it and a lovely
    little resturant greets you when you get there never that busy
    which makes it an ideal beach to find

  9. Richard

    I love Cala Condola and Sa Caleta!

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