Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

S’llot des Rencli is a breathtaking beach that looks like it’s been lifted straight off of a postcard. Just a few metres long and surrounded by gentle, red cliffs and pine forest, it’s ideal for those seeking rest and relaxation away from bigger beaches, as well as for adventurers and snorkelers who want to check out the local fauna and fish.

S’llot des Rencli is a breathtaking beach that looks like it’s been lifted straight off of a postcard. Just a few metres long and surrounded by gentle, red cliffs and pine forest, it’s ideal for those seeking rest and relaxation away from bigger beaches, as well as for adventurers and snorkelers who want to check out the local fauna and fish.

S’llot des Rencli is a breathtaking beach that looks like it’s been lifted straight off of a postcard. Just a few metres long and surrounded by gentle, red cliffs and pine forest, it’s ideal for those seeking rest and relaxation away from bigger beaches, as well as for adventurers and snorkelers who want to check out the local fauna and fish.

S’llot des Rencli is a breathtaking beach that looks like it’s been lifted straight off of a postcard. Just a few metres long and surrounded by gentle, red cliffs and pine forest, it’s ideal for those seeking rest and relaxation away from bigger beaches, as well as for adventurers and snorkelers who want to check out the local fauna and fish.

Sa Caleta is protected from the wind await your arrival. The clear waters are very shallow and great for both snorkelers and safe for children. There are ancient Phoenician ruins on the same property, one of the first ever settlements that have been world heritage listed and well worth a look.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Sa Caleta is protected from the wind await your arrival. The clear waters are very shallow and great for both snorkelers and safe for children. There are ancient Phoenician ruins on the same property, one of the first ever settlements that have been world heritage listed and well worth a look. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

S’Estanyol is made up of hard pebbles, so use the long plank leading in to avoid hurting your feet. Once you’re in, it’s crystal clear and always the perfect temperature.

S’Estanyol is made up of hard pebbles, so use the long plank leading in to avoid hurting your feet. Once you’re in, it’s crystal clear and always the perfect temperature.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Siesta beach resort and is a relaxed alternative to some of the busier beaches of nearby Santa Eulalia. On the fine white sand are beds and parasols available to rent, as well a tiny kiosk serving drinks all day. The unique rising seabed and bizarre rock formations also make some parts of the beach also very suitable for snorkeling.

Siesta beach resort and is a relaxed alternative to some of the busier beaches of nearby Santa Eulalia. On the fine white sand are beds and parasols available to rent, as well a tiny kiosk serving drinks all day. The unique rising seabed and bizarre rock formations also make some parts of the beach also very suitable for snorkeling.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Santa Eulalia has Clear, shallow waters, which make it the perfect place for kids and snorkeling plus the resort-style feel of the town evokes that authentic ‘on holiday’ vibe all-year-round.

Sa Caleta is protected from the wind await your arrival. The clear waters are very shallow and great for both snorkelers and safe for children. There are ancient Phoenician ruins on the same property, one of the first ever settlements that have been world heritage listed and well worth a look.  Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Sa Caleta is protected from the wind await your arrival. The clear waters are very shallow and great for both snorkelers and safe for children. There are ancient Phoenician ruins on the same property, one of the first ever settlements that have been world heritage listed and well worth a look. Photography by Sofía Gómez Fonzo

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Talamanca, the closest beach in proximity to Ibiza town. The long wooden promenade that runs the length of the golden shore is peppered with restaurants and beach bars, making it a great place to set up for either a day on the beach or just a quick lunchtime snack.

Siesta beach resort and is a relaxed alternative to some of the busier beaches of nearby Santa Eulalia. On the fine white sand are beds and parasols available to rent, as well a tiny kiosk serving drinks all day. The unique rising seabed and bizarre rock formations also make some parts of the beach also very suitable for snorkeling.

Siesta beach resort and is a relaxed alternative to some of the busier beaches of nearby Santa Eulalia. On the fine white sand are beds and parasols available to rent, as well a tiny kiosk serving drinks all day. The unique rising seabed and bizarre rock formations also make some parts of the beach also very suitable for snorkeling.

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