Ibiza's secret sandy beaches you need to know
Updated: Aug 17
Ibiza is worth discovering, walking, driving, ridding or swimming whatever it takes. Personally, I love to explore every little corner of the island and find my favourite less-known beaches.
You will have to walk up on the rocks until you reach the very end of the coast and you will find this little piece of heaven (never crowded).
If you walk left on the main beach of Cala d'Hort you will find this hidden hot-spot. Love to dive in? This is the place to be.
This secluded beach with crystal-clear water and fine sand is still a good kept secret. You can choose in between the sandy beach and the front of fisherman-house, either way the views are heavenly.
Located in Sant Antoni, Cala Saladeta is one of the most beautiful beaches of the island for it's clear water and spectacular views. Due to it's small size, it can get crowded pretty fast. Make sure to arrive early with snacks and cold drinks as there is no shop or bar nearby.
Santa Eulària beach
Less-known, mostly visited by locals, the beach in Santa Eulària is long and wide enough to not feel over populated, clear water and views over Formentera. All shades of blue!
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