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Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

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New! Cala Bonita at S’Estanyol

Set within the picturesque and secluded cove of S’Estanyol, Ibiza beach restaurant Cala Bonita is the epitome of island romance and the perfect place to say ‘I do.

Cala Conte boasts stunning views of the amazing sunset each night. The golden sand is perfect for little ones, with gentle, shallow and crystal clear water, while another rockier ledge leads to a sheltered, private cove where the sea is a little deeper, yet amazingly clean and clear.

Cala Conte boasts stunning views of the amazing sunset each night. The golden sand is perfect for little ones, with gentle, shallow and crystal clear water, while another rockier ledge leads to a sheltered, private cove where the sea is a little deeper, yet amazingly clean and clear.

Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Pou des Lleo is a pebble-and-sand strewn inlet in the shape of a horseshoe. Surrounded by low-lying rust-red cliffs and fishing huts, the interesting rock formations make for some good snorkeling around the bay. The only facilities are a tiny snack bar open until sunset and beach restaurant which offers paella and fresh fish at market prices.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Pou des Lleo is a pebble-and-sand strewn inlet in the shape of a horseshoe. Surrounded by low-lying rust-red cliffs and fishing huts, the interesting rock formations make for some good snorkeling around the bay. The only facilities are a tiny snack bar open until sunset and beach restaurant which offers paella and fresh fish at market prices. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Cala Saladeta can be spotted from the neighboring bay of Cala Salada, but getting there is a just a wee bit of a challenge in the peak of summer – be prepared to clamber over the rocky divide! The (potentially sweaty) result is well worth it, when you arrive at the smaller, quieter beach with amazing snorkelling opportunities.    Photography by Sofía Gómez

Cala Saladeta can be spotted from the neighboring bay of Cala Salada, but getting there is a just a wee bit of a challenge in the peak of summer – be prepared to clamber over the rocky divide! The (potentially sweaty) result is well worth it, when you arrive at the smaller, quieter beach with amazing snorkelling opportunities. Photography by Sofía Gómez

Es Figueral is punctuated by rocky inlets and cliff-faces carved by wind and sea. The soft white sand and crystal clear shallow waters make it a fab choice for families, while snorkeling enthusiasts will rejoice in the nooks and crannies offshore.    Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Es Figueral is punctuated by rocky inlets and cliff-faces carved by wind and sea. The soft white sand and crystal clear shallow waters make it a fab choice for families, while snorkeling enthusiasts will rejoice in the nooks and crannies offshore. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

38. Cala Gracio Situated far enough outside of San Antonio to keep the masses away, but near enough to walk, you reward is Cala Gracio, a somewhat typical Ibiza beach, whose delicate sand and pristine water mean you’re likely to make this one you visit again. The nearby hotels are hidden and don’t overlook the beach, allowing a rare sense of privacy and seclusion so close to the activity of San An.

38. Cala Gracio Situated far enough outside of San Antonio to keep the masses away, but near enough to walk, you reward is Cala Gracio, a somewhat typical Ibiza beach, whose delicate sand and pristine water mean you’re likely to make this one you visit again. The nearby hotels are hidden and don’t overlook the beach, allowing a rare sense of privacy and seclusion so close to the activity of San An.

Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s longest beach and also one of it’s most famous. The soft, pale sand is scattered with sun beds throughout summer and blissfully vacant in winter – offering residents the best of both worlds. An array of beach bars, boutiques and restaurants – growing bigger and better each year – keep the beach busy until well after dark, often with DJs spinning Balearic beats.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s longest beach and also one of it’s most famous. The soft, pale sand is scattered with sun beds throughout summer and blissfully vacant in winter – offering residents the best of both worlds. An array of beach bars, boutiques and restaurants – growing bigger and better each year – keep the beach busy until well after dark, often with DJs spinning Balearic beats. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

36.Port d’es Torrent  Blessed with the Caribbean-esque, calm turquoise waters the west of the island is famous for, Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels.

36.Port d’es Torrent Blessed with the Caribbean-esque, calm turquoise waters the west of the island is famous for, Port d’es Torrent is somewhat of a hidden gem on the island’s west coast. Once a busy port village, today the beach is more of a busy tourist attraction, chock-full of sun loungers, restaurants and hotels.

Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast. Famous for her beautiful blue, turquoise and emerald green waters, Ibiza beach Cala Tarida’s sandy shores have a bit of something for everyone  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast. Famous for her beautiful blue, turquoise and emerald green waters, Ibiza beach Cala Tarida’s sandy shores have a bit of something for everyone Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

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