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Best beaches in Ibiza

Ibiza is full of beautiful coves and beaches, it’s easy to get overwhelemes! The ones on this list are great to get you started!
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🌎 07800 Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain
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#1 Ses salines (Salinas)

An awesome beach in the south of the island. Sandy, surrounded by nature all around, and with very clear water. It's just an easy taxi ride away from Ibiza town. There's something for everyone here: If you want to have a delicious lunch, or simply sit on some sunbeds and order drinks, there are four beach clubs spread evenly across the beach. The best one in my opinion is 'Jockey Club', but Sa Trinxa is the best for music, with famous DJs often playing there undercover. Otherwise, there are plenty of water sports (you can rent catamarans or pedalos), or you can walk to the east end of the beach and keep going to find some small hidden coves for a more adventurous swim

07817 Sant Jordi de ses Salines, Balearic Islands, Spain


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#2 Cala Saladeta

A small, quiet, and wild beach on the West side of the Island. It's a bit tricky to get to, having to walk over a mini-mountain in the sun, but the result is well worth it. Surrounded by coastline, it is well-protected so the water is completely flat - almost like a swimming pool. It's amazing for swimming around and snorkelling and will be one of the most magical beaches you've been to! There aren't any beach clubs there, but there are usually people walking around selling Mojitos and empanadas, and there is a restaurant in the next beach over (Cala Salada) if you want to go for a sit-down lunch


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#3 Illetes (Formentera)

A ridiculous beach in Fromentera (on the strip of land that almost goes from Formentera to Ibiza). It's a strip of sand with water on either side and will make you feel like you're in the Caribbean. You'll enjoy completely crystal-clear waters with light-blue tones with lots of good snorkelling spots. There are plenty of beach restaurants along Illetes (Juan y Andrea & Es Ministre) and some more vibey ones if you go more towards Formentera (Beso Beach). It's ideal to go to if you're on a boat, but you can also take the ferry to Formentera and take a taxi (or even better, rent a motorbike to freely explore)


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#4 Cala Jondal

#5 Platja d’en Bossa

#6 Espalmador (Formentera)

#7 Cala Comte

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