6 Beaches in Ibiza to Enjoy With Your Kids

6 Beaches in Ibiza to Enjoy With Your Kids

Discover new places with crystal clear waters, dive into the warm sea of the Mediterranean and enjoy an ice cold beer in a beach bar, the real Ibizan way. Without a doubt, it´s the perfect summer plan, but of course, we have to consider the kids. Are there beaches apt both for adults and kids? Of course! Let us suggest a few of the beaches which will keep everyone entertained. Care to join us?

 

Talamanca Beach

Talamanca is one of the closest beaches to Ibiza town. Stretching out to almost one kilometer in length, this confined bay is shielded from the wind, meaning the sea tends to be calm. Furthermore, the sea isn´t that deep, making it perfect for kids to play in the shore. There´s a terrain parking offered by the beach which is free to use, but open to voluntary pay, making it really easy to park in the area. Your kids can play on the beach whilst you take a moment of peace in one of the many bars just a few steps from the shore. We recommend Bar Flotante, Hostal Talamanda or the Italian restaurant Talamanca Club.

 

The ends of Playa d´en Bossa, a great option to escape from the commotion of the area

Though Playa d´en Bossa is known as the broadest beach in Ibiza and a popular party location, it also offers a space for families. We´re talking about the last section of the beach, right between the ´Torre de Sal´ and Nassau– don´t panic, the beach club and its crowd won´t bother the kids. In this part of the beach it´s not uncommon to see families, especially as it´s a fine sand beach, making it an even more ´optimum´ place to visit with your little ones. Our only suggestion would be to be cautious of the direction of the wind: the beach is exposed when winds come from the South-West, so be aware of possible big waves and strong tides.

 

Santa Eulalia´s Beach

Santa Eulalia has a broad promenade full of restaurants and shops. It has its own beach, right in the heart of the town and is another location perfect to visit with your kids. Dangers are avoided because of the fine sand and the shallowness of the water, kids can play without a worry. The day can always come to a sweet end with the enjoyment of an ice-cream at the Paseo de s´Alamera.

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Cala Tarida

The beach of Cala Tarida, located in the region of San Jose, known for its crystal clear waters, fine sand and family friendly environment. Expanding across almost one kilometer, Cala Tarida is the ideal place to take the family: here you can rent a pedalo, take a guided snorkeling excursion, or simply enjoy the views of the beach whilst the little ones play in the sand. You can always recover from the heat with a meal or a refreshing drink in one of the many beach bars dotted around. Our advice? Stay at our Hotel Playasol Cala Tarida and enjoy of the luxury and comfort of being at an all-inclusive hotel just a stone´s throw away from the beach.

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Cala Olivera

If you´re amongst those who prefer to go to coves, but want to avoid large crowds and you´re travelling with children, Cala Olivera´s always a good option. The fine sand and calm waters aren´t the only good qualities of the beach, the large shaded area from the trees above is an additional benefit, protecting both you and your little ones from the heat and sun. Just a few steps from the water on this small beach, a beach restaurant awaits with food and refreshing drinks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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