Saturday, July 28, 2018


This post won’t be me raving about how much I love Ibiza (see what I did there :p); I’ll keep it short and sweet. And I won’t even mention raves…
The beach is one of my happy places, and I just love soaking up the sun. I mean, who doesn’t love a beach holiday?

“Eivissa” may be known as the party island, but its beaches are a surprise to all who visit.
And here are my top 10:

Cala dHort

Come here for gorgeous views of Es Vedrà, the mythical rocky island rising out of the sea. It’s supposedly the third most magnetic place on earth. The soft, golden sands and sensational seafood restaurants draw in locals and tourists alike.

The most turquoise sea you ever did see! Don’t miss out on this highlight of the Balearic Islands. Popular with locals, head to this beautiful beach at dusk – the perfect setting for flirtation and romance.

Cala Mastella

A tiny piece of heaven on earth – so no wonder you only have to book ahead at El Bigotes, the only restaurant around. Go for great lunchtime views and tanning sessions.

Cala Bassa

One of Ibiza’s most celebrated and well-known beach, so if you like a crowd then this is definitely your go-to spot. With sparkling white sands and aqua waters, make sure to stay until sunset.

A beautiful turquoise bay surrounded by pretty little houses makes for the ideal getaway from the party crowds.

Cala Salada

Just next door to Saladeta and a 20-minute ride from San Antoni, Cala Salada remains one of the most visited beaches this side of Ibiza. No surprise there, as the rocky beach with flat, clear water is truly picture perfect. 

Cala Tarida

This is the ideal spot for families, with all the entertainment, games and activities happening here. Expect it to be busy though as you will find there are quite a few hotel resorts nearby. If you are a seafood lover, drop by Cotton beach club.

Platja Comte

I love the views from here: a chain of little islands rising out of its perfectly clear waters. This is where you’ll also find one of my favorite beach bars – Sunset Ashram. Go for incomparable vistas of Balearic sunsets.

Platja Des Jondal

A beautiful little cove that is home to the famous Blue Marlin beach club. Lay back and relax on one of the white beds (no, not sun-loungers); order your cocktail; and enjoy the hills that surround the bay.

Ses Salines

Part of a natural park, this idyllic stretch of sand offers beautiful views of the island countryside as well as a relaxing Ibiza bathing experience – there are no waves there! Make sure to stop at Jockey Club for some good food and music. Try the oysters there – apparently to die for. (I wouldn’t know, as I don’t eat seafood!)



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