Although Ibiza is one of the most lively islands in Spain and Europe, it is also possible to find places where you can enjoy peace and quiet. This makes it an ideal place for those looking for a lively, party destination as well as for those who want to disconnect from the world.
Although it is true that during the summer most beaches in Ibiza are full of people, it is possible to find some relatively quiet beaches. Today we are going to tell you about some of them. Would you like to join us?
First of all, we would like to tell you about Cala Codolar, a small beach with a quiet family atmosphere and a small beach bar. You can also hire sunshades and sun loungers.
Cala d’en Serra
Another quiet beach in Ibiza is Cala d’en Serra which, surrounded by exuberant nature, offers totally crystalline waters, ideal for diving and snorkelling lovers. The best thing about it is that it is practically untouched, although it is quite difficult to reach. It has a beach bar, but does not offer any other services.
Cala Llentrisca, a small fishermen’s beach where it is possible to swim alone even in the month of August, could not be missing from this list either. Apart from a few divers and the owners of the fishermen’s cottages that line the shore, few people frequent the cove. In this case, the services are totally non-existent.
Finally, we would like to talk about Cala Olivera, a small beach with an unspoilt appearance that is protected by rocky banks and an islet in the middle of the cove. You may come across some nudists here and there. Nearby is Cala d’Espart, where Roman Polanski’s house is located.