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Ibiza's top summertime beaches

Cala Conta

Cala Conta is formed by two stretches of white sand with crystal waters and an epic view of the natural landscape that surrounds. This beach is part of a protected natural park and is one of the more popular beaches of the Balearic Islands. Visiting this beach is a must, but be warned that it gets very full in summer!

Cala Benirràs

Cala Benirras is a groovy, peace-loving destination where the vibe is hippie and the views are gorgeous. Be mesmerized by drum beats and sunsets, swim in beautiful waters or just enjoy the surroundings and street markets. This small bay is located to the North of Ibiza, nearby the town of San Miguel.

Cala Salada

Cala Salada is the perfect escape from the noise and stress of everyday life. Located in the popular area of San Antonio, the beach is frequented by locals and families, and is surrounded by nature and can be accessed by vehicle. A short walk will lead you to Cala Saladerta, which is equally as charming.

Las Salinas

Las Salinas is one of the most iconic beaches in Ibiza and is the perfect place to people watch and be seen. Named after the salt lakes in the south of Ibiza, the beach is saltier than the other surrounding waters making it an ideal spot to float. It is also surrounded by natural beauty such as lush vegetation, sand dunes and amazing salt flats. Located at the southern most tip of the island it is considered a top beach destination for an unforgettable sunshine holiday.

Playa d'en Bossa

This beach is just outside the Ibiza center of town, making it a popular spot to visit. Filled with boutiques, restaurants and shops, it is a wonderful location to people watch, enjoy long lazy lunches and dance or party in the evening. Playa d'en Bossa is sure to inspire an active vacation as there are water sports to enjoy, DJs to listen to and parties to attend!

Agua Blanca

Agua Blanca is located in the north of Ibiza and is a common destination for locals. The beach’s name, “Aqua Blanca”, translates into white waters which refer to the white foam from the crashing waves ashore. The area can be a bit windy, making it a perfect spot to windsurf and the surrounding cliffs add a wild and untamed sensation to the atmosphere.

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