Here is a summary of some of the Ibiza west coast beaches that I like most or that I was recommend to visit.
The list is sorted from north to south.
Cala Salda and Cala Saladeta
Cala Salda is a beach that stretches about 200 meters of golden sand and surrounded by vegetation.
What I liked most were the rocky areas on both sides.
On the left side, in front of the docks, there are flat rocks where you can lay down if you want to be a little away from the crowd.
On the right side of the beach, there are rocks from where you can jump into the sea.
Following these rocks, you’ll reach Cala Saladeta, a small beach about 100 metres of white sand.
Contrary to what you might expect, it is not a solitary place. Many tourists visit this small, cute beach.
Cala Gració and Cala Gracioneta
Cala Gració and Cala Gracioneta are two sister beaches located near Sant Antoni.
They are tiny, rustic and quiet; ideal to relax and to snorkel.
You can find more images and information on the post about Cala Gració.
A touristy beach, with many hammocks, a beach bar and different water activities services.
It is only accessible by car, since it is away from any town and there is a fee for the parking.
I didn’t feel anything special about this beach, but for many people, this is one of the best beaches in Ibiza.
It is surrounded by nature; there is an area with trees to shelter from the sun, the water is crystal clear, the vast expanse of sand is ideal for walking and in the rocky area you can have fun jumping into the sea.
I really liked this beach because despite being a large beach (about 800 meters long) has a special personality.
With rocks at both ends and overlooking some of the islands that delimited Ibiza; the water is crystal clear and shallow.
The beach is divided into two parts, separated by the Sunset Ashram Restaurant, where you can enjoy a meal with beautiful views.
The access is easy (15 minutes drive from San Antonio) and the parking is right in front of the restaurant.
It is a very large beach, with different points of access.
The beach itself is very nice, but since I’m a nature lover, I didn’t like it that much because there were too many buildings.
Here you will find all kinds of tourist services, accommodations, restaurants, activities, etc.
I didn’t’ stay at this beach, I just watched it from above for a while and then I left.
It is a very quite cove of less than a hundred meters.
It has rural vibe; the sand is not white, it is thick and with different stones.
Because of the rocks and corals, its an ideal place for snorkeling.
The word “Moli” means mill, so I was expecting a mill, but I never found one.
Coarser sand beach located in the southeast of Ibiza, where you can enjoy wonderful views of the islets Es Vedrà and Es Vendrell.
If you want more information, you can visit my post about Cala d’Hort.
I hope you liked it!
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