Long-term visitors to Ibiza John Thompson, offers an overview of the best beaches on Ibiza. There are over 60 beaches in Ibiza and most are assessable by car or bike. Ibiza Holidays offers great possibilities for research into how to go from one extreme to drive to another within hours. The less crowded beaches can be found in the south of the island and are more secluded. Beaches tourists tend surrounded by San Antonio, Santa Eulalia, Playa d en Bossa.
Not surprisingly the beaches are most crowded from June to September although the waters are warm from late April until the end of October. The Mediterranean climate is warm for most of the year and out of season in Ibiza is a good time for holiday in Ibiza. Villas in Ibiza are very cheap out of season and worth looking into. If you want peace and quiet after a night of hard clubbing then there are some beautiful secluded beaches, it’s worth the extra effort to reach.
Cala Xarraca in the north of the island is surrounded by cliffs and has little sign of life making for a very idyllic day out. Cala d Hort has stunning views of Es Vedra rock and gained units in the Southwest. If you’re looking for a hippy experience, watching the sun go down then Cala Bennirras is a great place to visit. There are a variety of circus performers every night of hippies, musicians. Fire breathing and juggling are also popular. Ibiza has a lot of nude beaches and is gay-friendly, which makes it a very cosmopolitan city.
Notable beaches are Es Cavallet and Los Molinos (Figueretas) on the south east side of the island. For those who have more than a few days later, the island of Formentera is therefore well worth a visit as they have the most beautiful beaches in Europe. The majority of beaches fly the covered Blue Flag which highlights the cleanliness of the crystal clear blue water. There are good opportunities for wind surfing and catamaran from the beach of Es Pujols and Migjorn for those who want some activity.
For people looking for cool places to hang out with music and nice loungers there are a number of beach clubs that offer a very nice beach experience. New in this year is Lover (formerly Sol den Serra), the trace of a dirt road near Cala Llonga, check out the Yoga Club Breakfast. There is the Delano and Ashuaia in Playa Den Bossa bringing a new lease of live to the stretch of beach opposite space. There are the old favorites of Sa Trinxa in Salinas and Blue Marlin in Cala Jondal. Beach life has never been this good in Ibiza!