Playa de Talamanca

This 900 m long and 25 m wide, curved sandy beach borders Talamanca Bay. The waters close to shore are shallow and great for family bathing. Shady areas are sparse, so take coverups. All of the hotels have stunning views of the old town of Ibiza, especially when lit at night.
Activities: Pedaloes, windsurf school, banana boat
Access: Can be reached by car, bus and ferry from Ibiza Marina. Alternatively take a leisurely stroll along the sea front past the Marina, Ibiza Town and the port area is only 15 minutes walk.

Playa Figueretas

A well made 50 m long central beach, divided into smaller parts sits in front of apartment blocks and hotels, and is bordered by a palm fringed promenade which extends along back towards Ibiza to the left and Playa d'en Bossa to the right.
Access: Located in the middle of the Figueretas suburb of Ibiza Town

figueretas Playa d'en Bossa

This 2 km long and 30 m wide beach is the longest one on the island, it is dotted with Bars and Cafés offering a variety of scenes. The clear waters are very shallow near the shore, and the sea floor is almost entirely sand, making it ideal for ballgames. There is little shade so take coverups. Excellent views of D'Alt Vila (the Ibiza Old Town) and close-ups of low flying aircraft. When the south wind blows this beach is very popular with the island's windsurfers, who take advantage of the bump & jump conditions caused by the choppy swell. The far end of the beach (away from Ibiza Town) is calmer and quieter than the Ibiza end, less people and much less house music. For those of you looking for the definitive Ibiza beach party, wander along to Bora Bora Bar (about in the middle of d'en Bossa beach), where there are several bars playing house music and serving cold vodka-lemons in the sun!
Activities: Beach Bars, Pedaloes, Windsurf School, Diving School, Parasailing, Volleyball.
Access: Reached by car, bike, or bus from Ibiza Town, only 4 kms away.

San Antonio

cala d'hort

Cala d'Hort

This 150 m long and 25 m small, beloved beach with a fantastic view of the mysterious island of Es Vedra, which lies only several hundred meters from the shore. The beach itself is sandy, and in summer is very popular. There are some good bars and restaurants from where you can enjoy the wonderful views. Visit this beach to watch the sunset.
Access: Can be reached only by car, follow signposts from San José.

Cala Carbo

This 50 m long and 50 m wide beach is one of Ibiza's most private little beaches. Turn left at the signpost on the San Jose/ Cala Vadella road. A small, sheltered sandy cove surrounded by rocky, pine clad hills. A combination of sand and pebbles under shallow waters near the shore. Good moorings for private boats and limited car parking.
Access: Can be reached only by car, follow signposts from San Antonio or San José, direction Cala Tarida.

Cala Vadella

The 300 m long, wide beach of fine white sand slopes gently into shallow waters close to shore - good for fun and games with the children. Good tarmac road and scenic driving The sheltered bay is a popular anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats, who often gather there to watch the romantic sundown.
Activities: Restaurant, Pedaloes, Dive School.
Access: Can be reached by car or bus during the summer season, well signposted.

Cala Moli

This 70 m long and 30 m wide secluded beach south of Cala Tarida with its beautiful surroundings is perfectly made for long exploratory walks, and the soft, white sand beach is just perfect for those lazy beach days.
Activities: Pedaloes.
Access: Can be reached only by car, follow signposts from San Antonio or San José, direction Cala Tarida.
cala tarida

Cala Tarida

This 275 m long and 60 m wide beach is sheltered by a backdrop of well urbanised hills, this is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand, this side of the island. The clean, clear waters over a sandy bottom are shallow to quite a way out on the right, deeper and more rocky to the left. Interestingly shaped rocks to swim out to for a solitary sunbathe. No shade so take coverups. Very popular family beach.
Activities: Restaurant, Chiringuito, Pedaloes, Diving School, Volleyball.
Access: Can be reached by car or ferry in the summer season, follow signposts from San Antonio or San José.

Cala Conta

This 800 m long and 30 m wide be beach is backed by rocky terrain, with a third, smaller beach at the far end reached by steps hewn into the rock. No shade so take cover-ups. The shallow water near the shore are safe for children. The views from above the beach, across to the islands and the changing colours of the sea are truly beautiful. The beach lies on the western most point of Ibiza, ensuring exceptionally clean waters and beautiful sunsets.
Activities: Pedaloes.
Access: Can be reached by car, bus or ferry in the summer months. The ferry departs regularly from San Antonio harbour and various hotels along the Bay.
cala bassa

Cala Bassa

This 300 m long and 30 metre wide beach consits of a large curve of fine white sand with rocky promontories on either side ideal for fishing, backed with shady pine forests good for walking or a cool and peaceful siesta. The shallow, gently sloping waters over a sandy bottom are suitable for games and children. Very popular family beach in the summer months.
Activities: Pedaloes, Banana boat, Volleyball.
Access: The beach is reachable by car (10 minute drive) or (much more fun) by ferry from San Antonio. Only a 15 minute boat ride, with regular services throughout the summer.

Bahía de San Antonio

You're never far from a beach, five small ones are within short walking distance and in fact a favourite way to start - or end - the day, is a stroll along the shoreline path connecting the beaches that all have bars open 'til late. You can also take a ferry boat to one of the nearby beaches, such as Cala Conta or Cala Bassa. They depart hourly from many landing points along the bay. Below the splendid promenade, the Town Hall have created an extremely good long, wide beach of fine, white sand drawn from the sea. The waters are clean and shallow, safe for children and very inviting for less confident swimmers. As you walk down the bay, you can find several other smaller sandy beaches, with watersports and kiosks. Predictably crowded in the summer months, they are nonetheless ideal for a swim and are conveniently near the hotels lining the bay.
Activities: Pedaloes, Windsurfing, Banana boat, Volleyball.

Beaches in San José

Playa des Cavalett, Cala Vadella, Playa de Las Salinas, Playa d┤es Codolar, Cala Tarida, Bol Nou, Cala Codolar, Cala Jondal, Cala Conta, Es Xarcu, Cala Bassa, Playa des Cubells, Port d┤es Torrent, Cala d┤Hort.

Beaches in Santa Eulalia

Playa de Santa Eulalia, Cala Nova, Cala Llonga, Playa de S┤Argamassa, Playa d┤es Canar, Playa des Niu Blau, Cala Llenya, Cala Boix, Playa des Figueral, Cala Mastella, Playa de Can Martina, Cala Pada, Aigua Blanca, Playa del Río Santa Eulalia, Playa de S┤Estanyol, Calo de S┤Alga.

Beaches in San Juan

Puerto de San Miguel, Cala Xarraca, Cala de Portinatx, Cala de San Vicente, Cala Xuclá, Cala de Benirrás.