This would be not just a list, but “The List”, of the best-hidden beaches of Ibiza, and is open to any suggestion of you travellers come on this blog, so, please, place your comment belong. If you came here, the reason is for sure you are thinking to go to Ibiza. It is not summer, but in your home place is cold and you need a warm temperature, also you need to take a break from your job this is the right place for you.Ibiza is not too big but is an Island and like all have a lot of beaches, unfortunately, not all are simply reached. In our last trip to Ibiza, we tried to find fun like couple and proving is possible on the Island of transgression without stay jut in the club and try alcohol, drug and other. We enjoyed our rest in the thousand hidden beaches along the coast. We were in most of them because we lost the right way, or because Toti likes to get lost and find magic places. I don’t know how but always when we get lost, we put our sense of orientation and et voilà, we find hide and beautiful natural beach.
That’s why we are thinking this is a trip also for a couple and not just for friends. I get some advice from a local amazing website and some online review, I was visiting it and now I can give my personal opinion about all of them. If you want a first look, you can follow my same way on white-ibiza.com.
CALA COMTEShould be one of most famous, but not for it doesn’t take place into the chart of the best hidden beaches. Is one of the best, also to wait for the sunset and relax in a crystalline water. I think I will never be in a place with sea water sheer like this. You see the fish around you and all the submarine habitat don’t care at all about you. All the sunshine is surrounded by a magnificent scenario. I don’t know yet how is to swim to the Bahamas or in Caraibi sea, but I think it is more close to it, despite is in the Mediterranean sea. You can find simply car parking and also there are two parts of this “Cala”, the first in front of an Island and another to the seaport, in the part in front of Island there are some bars, where you can enjoy your stay or have fresh drinks. Advice: Wait for the Sunset
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CALA BENIRRASThis is in the north-west of Island, like all this part almost all are remain natural and in respect of old fashion indigenous. Ibiza, especially during the golden age across 1980 and 2000, was completely rebuilt to take advantage of unbridled tourism. Was one of the free Island in the World and a lot of people went here for having fun. Cala Benirras seems to have been back in time. Uncontaminated nature and the hippy taste that remains intact in its soul.
CALA BASSAI left here a part of my heart for a spectacular day spent here for my 30th birthday, this gets for sure in the best hidden beaches of Ibiza. Is a long and big beach surrounded by green wood behind. You can enjoy the golden sand and crystalline water. Also on the side, there is a rock formation on the sea, with a height of about 3 meters, making it ideal to plunge and spectacular diving. It’s nature abounds, the beach is very small and there are just a couple of accommodation, which make it the perfect place for who don’t want to be surrounded by young clubber looking for fun. The water is amazingly clean, turquoise clear. Is not too far from San Antonio and there are so many road signs for going there. This place is usually chosen by Spanish family of Ibiza, where stay calm relaxed with a bit of privacy.
Tips: Go over the car parking, for 5 minutes up and down of the way on the coast and don’t scare about that. After the wood, you start to enjoy the landscape and see the sea. In a point you find a small free parking area surrounded of rocks and on the side overhanging (Don’t scare, again). Leave the car and go down of the mountain, are just 5 minutes and the hiking is too easy (Ale did it with the flip-flops). We putted our beach towels on the rock, close to the sea, with one hand we can touch it. It qas our first swim in the Ibiza’s water, and was so incredible adventure to arrive here and find this enchanting place.