Beaches in Ibiza: 4 Hidden Spots for a Quiet Rest

Beaches in Ibiza: 4 Hidden Spots for a Quiet Rest

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When you think of Ibiza, you probably consider it’s only good for clubbing. However, this is not all that the island is proud of - it’s also full of beautiful beaches. Among them, there are those where you can enjoy the silence, tranquility, and even for a moment forget that Ibiza is the world’s clubbing capital. The wild beaches of Ibiza are great places to relax and enjoy the views. It’s easy to get to them: you just need to hire a car. 

Yes, a hire car is the only way to find such beaches, because they are located away from popular tourist routes. You can always get an Ibiza car hire. The average rental price for a standard car, depending on the season, can vary between 35 and 50 Euros per day with full insurance. 

So, the wild beaches of Ibiza are already waiting for you. Check out some great places for complete relaxation in the wild...

Cala Codolar 


If you are going to Ibiza during the high season - take a closer look at this place. When there’s a crowd everywhere, Cala Codolar is quiet and calm. Plus, prices are greatly lower there than elsewhere. 

The bay is small - about 70 meters long and 40 meters wide. Besides sand, there are also pebble areas. The beautiful views are tempting to pick up the camera, while the main advantage of this place is silence and tranquility. 

Here, nobody will pester you and impose services. There’s no music and no organized entertainment. You can snorkel around the rocks, admire the fish, and if there are waves, go surfing. Parents with children rarely come to Cala Codolar because kids can get bored here. 

As for the service, you can sunbathe on sun loungers or on your own towels. There’s a small bar with tasty fast food. Hamburgers, hot dogs, beer, and cocktails are available at low prices. Another reason to visit Cala Codolar is the incredibly beautiful sunsets. Please note that you can only get there by hire car or taxi - public transport doesn’t run there.


Cala Xarraca 



This is a very pretty bay where you can swim, sunbathe, and take pictures against the backdrop of beautiful landscapes. Many locals love to go scuba diving or fishing. Here you can spend your time in peace - there are not so many vacationers even at the peak of the season, and there are no noisy nightclubs and discos at all. 

The sound of waves and privacy will appeal to romantic couples. The length of the beach area is about 90 meters, with pine forests growing around. It takes a long time to get here, but if your hire car has a GPS navigator, you will find Cala Xarraca much faster. 

Redstone cliffs look very picturesque, and local paths beckon to take a walk. Cala Xarraca consists of three parts. Usually, tourists are located in the center. Along the edges, you can see large stones, where nudists often sunbathe. 

There’s a large shallow water zone near the coast. Nearby you’ll find a healing mud, so this is a great idea not only to relax but also to get medical treatment. If you get hungry, set off to a family restaurant serving seafood. If necessary, you can hire sunbeds or pedal boats.


Sol d’en Serra


On this beach, life begins in the early morning - yoga fans and those who want to admire the mesmerizing picture of dawn gather on the shore. You can easily get to Sol den Serra with your hire car. The road is not very scenic, but the final destination of the journey is worth it.

If you want to stay near the beach, please note that the hotels are located quite far from the coast. However, everything else here leaves a positive impression. Beautiful views, well-developed service, umbrellas, sun loungers, and changing cabins - all this is available to visitors. 

Lifeguards are on duty on the beach, and there’s also a well-equipped first-aid post. The sea is very clean and warm. You can learn to dive, as there are experienced instructors on the shore. 

If you have a special technique for taking pictures underwater, be sure to take it with you - the marine life here is simply magnificent. 


Cala de S'Aigua Blanca


Usually, you won’t see many people there. The trail that leads to the sandy part of the coast is quite steep, which makes the descent somewhat difficult. The entrance to the sea is pleasant and gentle, but at the bottom, you can find stones. Therefore, we recommend that you walk carefully in shallow water, or don’t go into the water barefoot. 

Big waves are not uncommon here, which pleases surfers. When the sea is quiet, this is a great time to enjoy diving. The water is unusually clean and transparent, which is a perfect condition for scuba diving. 

By the way, you can swim to one of the islets located near the coast, or go to explore the caves. If you get hungry, go to a bar or kiosk. Also, there’s a restaurant - its terrace offers a charming view of the sea. Since there are rather high cliffs, the sun sets behind them early, so it’s better to sunbathe there in the first half of the day.

Where to Hire a Car in Ibiza?


The best place to pick up a car rental in Ibiza is the airport. There are many international and local companies operating there, so you can easily choose the best provider for your trip. We recommend that you make your car hire booking in advance - this will guarantee a cheap price and a large selection of available hire cars.

El mejor lugar para recoger alquiler coche Ibiza aeropuerto. Hay muchas empresas internacionales y locales que operan allí, por lo que puede elegir fácilmente el mejor proveedor para su viaje.


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