info on some of ibiza many beaches




One of the most amazing places on the island. Inhabited by hippies and locals, Benirras is a cultural lightyear away from the likes of Playa D'en Bossa. The time to visit is at sunset as the hippies bang their drums as the sun goes down - a real Ibiza 'experience'. Steep and windy roads makes this place virtually impossible to get to without transport. If you have an aversion to B.O. and bongos then this place is not for you.

Playa de la Salinas
Playa de la Salinas is situated in the south of the island. This large white sandy beach is generally considered to be the trendiest beach on the island with a fine selection of bars and eateries. Sa Trincha has a bit of a reputation as the best beach bar on the island with DJ Jonathan supplying the beach beats for bathers. If visiting this beach please keep an open mind as the beach has its fair share of nudity. Anyone for volleyball?

Playa Des Cavallet
Situated on the south of the island Playa Des Cavallet is the island's official nudist beach. The beach is long and white with an array of dunes. The beach also has a good selection of water sports on offer plus a few good bars and restaurants. This is a big favourite for gay people.

Cala Salada
This is one of the island's smaller beaches situated in a cove on the East Side of the island. There is not a lot going on here but it is beautiful and quite peaceful. The beach is sandy with a few rocks around the shore.
Cala D'hort
Another small beach on the West of the island that has little to offer but it's beauty. From the beach there is a lovely view of the island Es Vedra, but apart from that all this has to offer is sand, sea and a sizzling sun. This is a great beach for chillin'.

Cala Jondal
This East Side beach is situated in a large bay with a long rocky and sandy bathing area. This is the place for relaxing during the day though there is life here after dark. There is a good range of seafood restaurants plus the occasional beach party. Make sure you spend at least one day here.

Playa D'en Bossa
If you fancy heading straight to the beach from Space this is the place for you as it is within stumbling distance. This is the longest sandy beach in Ibiza and home to Bora Bora. If you plan a visit try going on a Sunday.

Cala Conta
These highly recommended groups of beaches are on the West of the island. The great thing about Cala Conta is that there is a little bit of everything for everyone. The beaches are beautiful, the sea is popular with snorkelling fans, there are a selection of water sports on offer and a couple of descent bars too. What more could one ask for.
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Robo said:
considering that she just copy and pasted it from somewhere..

:lol: :lol:

well observed - some of us like originality like me and thee and McR... or perhaps not :rolleyes:
:eek: moved a beach ? Must have been that earthquake the other week !
she is not a she

she is actually a he. tahnks vary much enjoy.