Ibiza is a beautiful Mediterranean island about 100 miles off coastal Spain. It is known for its dance, music, and vibrant nightlife. Most visitors come to Ibiza to dance and enjoy the warm sunshine. The main city is known as Ibiza town and it is on the southern part of the island. Other popular resort areas with a wide range of beaches include San Antonio in the west, Portinatx in the north and Santa Eulalia in the east.
The beaches in Ibiza range from wide with well-carpeted sand to rocky beaches in rugged, unspoiled coves and surrounded by cliffs. Some beaches have a wide choice of hotels, restaurants, and cafes nearby whereas others only have small beach huts selling drinks and snacks. Read further to know about the best beaches of Ibiza to soak up the sunshine on the island.
Benirras beach is located on the northwest coast near San Miguel. It is worth watching the sunset on the beach. You will also love the natural scenery. It is a small cove. Part of the beach has fishermen’s shacks where they clean their catch after fishing all morning. It is a beautiful beach with white sand. Another popular attraction of the beach is a famous drum circle on Sundays at sunset. The water is crystal clear and there are small huts selling drinks and snacks. You can also get beach chairs and umbrellas for rent.
Ses Salines is the best beach for the people who want to enjoy dance and music in a remote area. It is a broad, wide beach with soft, fine sand. It is a popular beach and gets very crowded in summers. The sand is powdery soft and the water is clear. Beyond the beach, there is a nature reserve which is worth exploring. The saline content of the sea is high; therefore, it is great for floating. You can enjoy DJs spinning music throughout the day. There are small restaurants, and shops on the beachfront. You can also rent sunbeds, beach chairs, and other accessories.
It is a long and curving beach. It is located just a mile away from the Ibiza town. There are many cafes and restaurants on the beach. You can also enjoy a wide range of water sports. There are many lifeguard stations along the beach. Visitors can also set up a volleyball court in the sand and can also rent a sunbed and an umbrella to enjoy the warm sunshine.
Playa d’en Bossa
This is the longest beach in Ibiza. It is situated at a distance of 10 minutes from the town and lined with many restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. The beach is crowded during the busy season. Music is played non-stop and it is the best place to relax. You can have a lot of fun and can watch people enjoying on the beach.
Pou des Lleo
It is a small horseshoe-shaped cove and surrounded by low red cliffs. It is a secluded beach to enjoy peace. The local fishermen moor their fishing boats on one side of the cove. The water is clear. It is a popular beach for enjoying scuba diving and snorkeling. There are a small snack bar and a beach restaurant to fulfill your demand for snacks. You can also enjoy sightseeing around the island. It is about a thirty minute drive from the town.