We have tried to make a selection of places for our clients and friends to know our beautiful ibiza island. To explore the island we recommend renting a car or motorcycle, a fantastic option when the car parks of the most famous beaches are full, at reception you can find a wide range of renting as well as information on buses and taxis.

Dalt Vila

The historic center Dalt Vila, declared a World Heritage Site and surrounded by a 16th century wall, is one of the most beautiful places to see in Ibiza. This old neighborhood of Eivisa (Ibiza) stands out for its narrow, steep and cobbled streets that will make you discover its beautiful corners and buildings such as the Cathedral, the Plaza de la Vila, the Town Hall, as well as art galleries, it is also worth going up to various bastions, to enjoy impressive views of the city and the sea, as well as visit the Punic necropolis of Puig des Molins, located among the best preserved in the world. At the foot of the wall is La Marina, an old fishing and shipyard neighborhood, which makes you fall in love with its white houses on the seafront where there are several Adlib fashion stores (typical white Ibizan dresses).
DAlt vila

Puesta de sol

Seeing an impressive sunset is one of the best things to do in Ibiza. One of the most famous is that you can enjoy it from Cala de Benirràs, surrounded by a beautiful natural environment and with a fantastic hippie atmosphere, where the sun says goodbye to the rhythm of drums. Although if comfort is your thing you can watch the sunset while sitting listening to chill out music, in the Café del Mar, Another of the busiest beaches at sunset is Cala Comte, where you will have crystal clear waters, small islets, white sand and a great atmosphere, as the sun sets.
cala conta


In this section we will leave you an extensive list of beaches as well as a map of where these beaches are. I have also allowed myself the pleasure of leaving you a video so that you can see what its waters are like.

The best white sand beaches in Ibiza

1. Playa de ses Salines, Ibiza

The playa de ses Salines it is surely the best beach in Ibiza. This narrow strip of white sand located under the protection of sandy dunes, is a popular beach in the southeast of Ibiza that has wild natural beauty and numerous beach bars.

2. Playa Es Cavallet, Ibiza

Wonderful and wild white beach, it is the most frequented by gays, especially in the extreme south and around the Chiringay bar-restaurant.

3. Playas de Comte, Ibiza

This group of white beaches presents the most transparent waters of Ibiza. Three small coves of golden sand occupy a low promontory.

4. Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza

After the inauguration of a dazzling nightclub and a hotel, the less urbanized southern end of this white gold beach with several bar-restaurants is the quietest.

5. Cala Pada, Ibiza

Bordered by pine forests and villas, this attractive beach has fine white sand and shallow waters for safe swimming.

The best dream coves in Ibiza

1. Cala Mastella, Ibiza

The pines that almost touch the water, delimit this shimmering cove of emerald waters with a remarkable seafood restaurant on the northeast coast of Ibiza.

2. Benirràs, Ibiza

A drum ceremony celebrates the sunset on Sundays in this wonderful cove surrounded by hills with a bohemian atmosphere, in the north of the island.

3. Cala Xuclar, Ibiza

A sheltered cove in the northeast of the island of Ibiza, with an excellent seafood bar and ideal conditions for snorkeling, near Portinatx.

4. Cala d’Hort, Ibiza

Nestled under the rugged, forested hills of Ibiza’s extreme southwest, the secluded Cala d’Hort offers magnificent views of Es Vedrà. It is ideal for snorkeling, and three popular seafood restaurants are the claims of this beach.

5. Cala Salada, Ibiza

This small cove protected by cliffs and pine forests allows you to enjoy the fine sand and turquoise waters. The setting is spectacular.

The best wild corners of Ibiza

1. Es Portitxol, Ibiza

One of the most secluded and undeveloped corners to the north of the island, this horseshoe-shaped cove stretches at the foot of high hills and steep cliffs. For most of the year there is no one.

2. Aigües Blanques, Ibiza

A thin strip of golden sand at the foot of the cliffs in the northeast of Ibiza, this unspoiled and naturist beach enjoys rough surf. The scenery is amazing.

3. S’Estanyol, Ibiza

S’Estanyol has something of a secret beach. It is the undeveloped cove closest to the city of Ibiza, with fishing cabins and a glamorous beach bar in Cala Bonita, next to the beach.

4. Cala Llentrisca, Ibiza

Getting to this hidden southern cove is part of the fun, a 10-minute walk from the nearest road, under the elevation of Cap Llentrisca. There are a few fishermen’s huts on the coast, but usually it is absolutely calm.

5. Port de ses Caletes, Ibiza

Sky-rising cliffs and a handful of fisherman’s cabins are the only company in this quiet and secluded pebble cove, northeast of Ibiza.

6. Cala d’en Serra, Ibiza

Off the tourist trails in the extreme northeast, this gem of a cove is surrounded by lush hills and headlands. Several fishing huts are distributed around the small cove. You can swim or climb the rocks to a second cove even more isolated.

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