One of the advantages of going on holiday to an island is that you will find beaches of all sorts, suitable for anyone. Moto Luis has hand-picked a selection of beaches in Ibiza which are ideal for travellers with an allergy to crowds. Get into your rental car and head out in search of the relaxing sound of the sea…
In the north of Ibiza you will find this beautiful quiet sand beach and rocky seabed in certain areas. It has clear waters and is located in a stunning bay. Cala Xarraca is an ideal beach for families, couples and groups of friends that want a virgin beach with no buildings or beach clubs surrounding it. See it on Google Maps.
Ses Salines beach is not precisely the quietest one in Ibiza, but on its northeast end there are a few small beaches where some swimmers go to hide away and relax. The most well-known is Cala Pluma, not only because it’s the one with the easiest access but also because it has a sculpted rock with a beautiful motif. See it on Google Maps.
Caló d’en Serra
This is not a secret beach but as it is the furthest beach in the northeast of the island, it is out of the main route to other beaches in Ibiza. Caló d’en Serra is a small beach and we recommend you wear water sandals as the seabed is rocky at first. The deep end is nice and sandy, ideal for swimming. If you like snorkelling, don’t forget your goggles! See it on Google Maps.
This nice and small beach on the east of Ibiza is ideal for those who are happy at a beach when just lying on a sunbed just reading a book and hearing the sound of the waves. Also, just a few metres away is El Bigotes, one of Ibiza’s most authentic beach bars. Its menu is very simple: traditional boiled fish (“bullit de peix”) with rice and “café caleta” (coffee with a lot of alcohol) to finish off. If this sounds good to you, make a booking on this number: 0034 650 79 76 33 and be there at 2pm. See it on Google Maps.
This beautiful enclosed fishermen’s beach has been the best kept secret of the north of Ibiza for many years. It actually still is even though it appears on many maps and in a lot of articles. Why? It’s hard to reach and the way back is a half an hour climb. It’s the perfect beach for hikers and picnic enthusiasts – don’t forget to take plenty of food and water-, snorkelers and for those who love remote and quiet places. See it on Google Maps.
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