Why we love to go to a Ibiza Beach
Ibiza is famous for a lot of things. You can dance the nights away, have terrific food in fantastic restaurants and spend your holiday on one of the beautiful beaches and bays. There are countless beaches on the island. But which beach do you have to go to?
In this post we are going to share all you need to know about the Ibiza beaches, and we like to share with you our favourite ones. Are you ready…… Let the countdown to your holiday begin.
A typical day at an Ibiza beach
Imagine this: the sun is tanning your skin into a golden brown colour, in the background you hear relaxed tunes floating towards you that relax your inner self. You are surrounded with likeminded sun worshippers, you read a book or cool down your body in the ocean and sip on a cold drink. Towards the end of the day the music gets a little louder and you can witness a stunning sunset before going home and preparing to go out to have a romantic dinner. This is not a dream but just any ordinary day on Ibiza 😉 There are different kinds of beaches and bays. Some are easy to find and some are more difficult to reach but they are worth the effort!
Watch stunning sunsets at an Ibiza Beach
What can you find at an Ibiza beach
Most beaches have all the facilities you expect from a proper beach. There are toilets and easy access for disabled people. Near the beaches you have little restaurants, shops and kids playgrounds so your little ones can enjoy themselves while you work on your tan. There are family friendly beaches with lifeguards and easy access to the water so you don’t have to worry while your kids are playing in and near the water. For internet addicts there are some bars at the beach that offer Wi-Fi. You can recognize the bars by the big signs on the window that say (free Wi-Fi). Ibiza is known for her open minded people so you can find nude beaches and gay beaches too. Ibiza is for everyone.
The famous beach clubs of Ibiza
There are a lot of beach clubs in Ibiza. Some of them are famous throughout the world. Beach clubs like Blue Marlin, Ushuaia, Sa Trinxa, or Bora Bora are great locations to enjoy the day, according to your mood. Most beach clubs have sun beds and parasols. A tip; be on time at the beach because in the summer season most sun beds and parasols are quickly taken. A sun bed in Ibiza costs 3,50 or 7 Euros, prices vary from beach to beach.
There are different kinds of beach clubs. Some are very luxurious and some are very easy going, so for each person Ibiza has the perfect beach club. Some beach clubs are host fantastic parties during summer time. Therefore, don’t forget to bring your dancing flip flops along. We always take a party outfit with us and put that in the trunk of the car. “On Ibiza you never know in which direction it will go”
Water sports in Ibiza
When you are done relaxing you can head out and do a fun activity in the water. Snorkelling or scuba diving are very high on our activity list. Ibiza has a few Blue Flag beaches. The Blue Flag criteria include standards for water quality, safety, environmental education and information. The Blue Flag beaches are popular beaches and marinas as they are indicated to have high environmental and quality standards….perfect to discover the underwater world we would say..
If you are more of a thrill seeker type of person you can go paragliding or take a ride on a speed boat. For children you can hire water bikes with cute little slides on the back, or take a ride at the banana. For the people who don’t know what that is, imagine a big inflatable raft shaped like a banana behind a fast speedboat. That can even be fun for us adults, or are we the only ones who let the inner child out on a holiday?
Our favourite Ibiza beaches
Before we let you rush out to book your ticket to Ibiza we will share our favourite beaches as promised. One of them is S’illot d’es Rencli. This beautiful beach lies in the north of Ibiza and has one of the most beautiful sunsets on the island. Most of the time we are sitting in front of the boat houses with friends and a picnic basket to watch the sun set into the ocean. Other favourites are: Es Xarcu, Cala d’ Hort, Cala Conta, Cala Gracioneta, Benirras, Aguas Blancas and Pou de Lleo….and another 50 🙂
We hope that you can use this post to discover the beautiful beaches and bays of Ibiza. When you have more questions about the Ibiza beaches, feel free to send us a message. We are signing off with the question:
What is your favourite Ibiza beach?