Top Beaches in Ibiza

By Viator, May 2013

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For a tiny island, Ibiza is packed with beaches. In fact, there are around 80 (yes, 80) beaches for fun and sun. With so many to choose from, it’s hard to pick just a few worth a visit during an Ibiza vacation.

Thankfully, we’re here to help. Depending on what you’re looking for, we’ve picked our favorite little slices of heaven to fit with many different vacation styles.

The Party Beach – Playa D’en Bossa

This beach takes the prize for party beach thanks to a couple of factors – its long stretch of coastline (more than a mile) makes it the island’s biggest beach; and the daytime party hot spot, Space (along with some other beachside bars). Paired together, you’ve got all of the ingredients for a massive party filled with sun, sand, surf … and cocktails.

The Rich and Famous Beach – Las Salinas

Known for the beautiful bodies, Las Salinas attracts the rich and famous to its golden sand. It’s especiaily popular with footballers. This beach is the trendy spot, packed with hip restaurants. Situated on the southernmost part of the island, it’s a quick ride from Ibiza Town and Playa D’en Bossa. Spend time here taking in the people, as well as the nature. It’s one of the best spots for windsurfing and snorkeling. Take note: this beach is known for fashion and hot bodies. Don your best attire here and you’ll fit right in.

Peace and Quiet – Cala Martina

Thanks to its location south of Es Cana, Cala Martina has a private beach feel.  Free from the vacationers at the resorts, the beach offers a safe spot for families and people looking to unwind and enjoy simply being at the beach. It’s also an easy walk from Es Cana and Santa Eulalia. Like Las Salinas, the beach is also ideal for windsurfing and sailing.

The Best View – Cala d’Hort

The iconic Ibiza island images of Es Vedra and Es Vedranell can be seen from Cala d’Hort, making it one of the best beaches for gorgeous views. During peak months, the beach gets crowded, but that doesn’t make the scenery any less enticing. Stick around for sunset – its known for the spectacular colors and magnificence as the sun sinks behind the islands at sea.

Take it off – Cala Conta

Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, thanks to its white sand and jagged coastline, Cala Conta is the place to go to shed the swimwear. With four coves, there are plenty of hiding spots and private places to enjoy being au natural. Be sure to find the coves where the nudists hang – there are two here which are family-friendly. Stay the day and, come sunset, grab a cocktail at one of the beach bars and stick around for the sunset, which, because of the location, has some of the best views of the sinking sun on the continent. Don’t forget the sunscreen – there is no shade on this beach and burning all the little bits makes for an uncomfortable vacation!

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