Caló d’en Serra is one of the beaches located in the north of Ibiza, a little gem in the heart of Sant Joan’s rugged coast. Renting a car and exploring this part of the island is one of our top recommendations if you wish to get to know the most unspoilt areas of Ibiza.
The north of Ibiza is known for its peaceful family atmosphere, which is mainly focused around Portinatx’s tourist centre. As it is surrounded by wooded hills and a rocky coast, its two fine sand beaches and clear waters are an excellent option to enjoy a quiet swim.
It is located on the Northeast of the island, hidden away from the rest of Ibiza by the highlands of Mala Costa and Sant Vicent, which make this stunning semi-urban beach surrounded by valleys one of the most quiet ones in Ibiza. Even during the high season!
Spring is a great time to discover Ibiza on a scooter: temperatures are mild, fields are in blossom, there isn’t too much road traffic yet and it is even possible to have a swim in the sea. If you are already living in Ibiza, book your scooter with us and follow this scooter route along […]
Ibiza has a huge number of beaches and unspoiled coves along the whole of its coastline. One of the nicest is the sandy area of Aigües Blanques, located on the eastern coast of the island and traditional nudist refuge. If you are thinking about hiring a car in Ibiza during your stay, include this beach […]
The north of the island still keeps the relaxed and free spirit that made Ibiza well-known, without neither ambitions nor tricks. You will find ecological conscience, farming filds in charge of the same families since the old times, lifelong bars that still are the meeting point, quality cuisine and really nice rural hotels where you […]
Hiring a car in Ibiza allows you to find out the treasures that keep away from the main touristic centres. Such us the little village of Balàfia, an architectural set unique on Ibiza whose historical value deserved to be declared of cultural Interest. If you are interested in architecture, get into the car and head […]
Ibiza has many family attractions. Can Marça cave is a good example. Located a few kilometers from the village of Sant Miquel de Balansat, this cave well worth a visit on a tour of the north of the island. Especially if the traveler likes stories of smugglers and pirates.
The north of Ibiza will show you the island’s most unspoilt side, it is a land that is not overcrowded where you will find small agricultural valleys with natural areas and virgin coves that resemble shelters on the beautiful mountainous coasts. Explore it by following this route by car along the north of the island.