Ibiza harbours marvellous enclaves and coves for you to explore and spend a day with family, friends or a partner. There are options to suit all tastes. In this new post, we’ve curated a selection of Ibiza’s best coves for you to visit during your stay. So, what are you waiting for?

Cala D’Hort.

The most magnetic place on the island. A small cove, it’s main attraction are the views of the islets of Es Vedra and Es Vedranell. The beach is located in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia and it’s very easy to get to both in car and by moped. However, it tends to be difficult to park there in the high season. This beach has two very popular beach bars, El Carmen and Es Boldadó, known for their typical Ibizan fare, with specialty dishes such as Bullit de Peix (fish stew) and paella. It also has a small shop where you can purchase souvenirs.

Ultimately, it’s a fine sand beach surrounded by cliffs which boasts marvellous views. Ideal if you want to feel the essence and magnetism of a magical island.

Cala d’en Serra.

Located in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja in the north of the island. Just 50m long, it’s one of the island’s lesser-known and practically unspoilt coves, which has remained untouched as it’s difficult to reach by car.

Once you get there, the peaceful, crystal clear water will lure you into snorkelling and enjoying the sea life. A small beach bar serves sandwiches and snacks to keep hunger at bay.

Es Portixol

Even more remote than Cala d’en Serra. Also in Sant Joan de Labritja in the north of Ibiza, lies this incredible cove, which is impossible to get to by car. A narrow path and half hour walk prevents herds of tourists flocking to this beach. Highly recommendable for hiking-lovers, as the path offers some splendid views.

This beach does not have any services and snorkelling is highly recommended, so you need to bring your own snorkelling mask when you visit.


Cala Saladeta

One of the island’s most famous and visited islands. It’s located in the municipality of Sant Antoni de Portmany. The influx of tourists means that vehicle traffic is restricted during certain periods. However, it is a gorgeous cove with crystal clear water, golden sand and a really jovial atmosphere. It’s located beside Cala Salada and can be reached via two paths: one which is more difficult yet more direct and the other which leads you over the mountain and round to the beach.

This cove does not have any services and if you want to see the sunset, then this isn’t the right beach for you. However, it is a must if you’re in Sant Antoni.

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