Beautiful Secret Beaches in Ibiza

If you're looking for a more tranquil experience on the White Island, explore Le Collectionist's guide to the most beautiful secret beaches in Ibiza.
Beautiful Secret Beaches in Ibiza
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The White Island, known for its trendy parties, traditional markets, and picturesque ports, Ibiza has no shortage of activities to discover. However, in the height of summer, it's hard not to succumb to the desire to bask in the most beautiful coves in the Mediterranean.

If you don't know what to do in Ibiza, this luxury holiday destination is full of hidden treasures to discover. Explore its many secluded coves, ideal for those who prefer privacy. Between blue skies and crystal clear waters, the best Ibiza beaches overlook the most beautiful scenery in the Balearic Islands. Less famous than Cala Bassa and less popular than Platja de ses Salines, Le Collectionist has created a guide to the best secret beaches in Ibiza.

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the little cove: Cala Xarraca

Cala Xarraca beach is located in the northwest. It is definitely one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza. This rocky cove displays a beautiful contrast between the red rocks and azure waters below. Cala Xarraca is rarely visited because the beach is long and narrow, lined with small stones and algae. However, therein lies its charm. The region is wild, and untouched by man. The spectacle is breathtaking - even more so when the day is done and the sun begins to set!

between the rocks: Cala Saladeta

Some secret beaches in Ibiza are so mysterious that time seems to stand still there. The typical fishermen's huts bring local traditions to life and the history of Ibiza is told to the rhythm of the tides.

On the bay of Cala Salada, the small beach of Cala Saladeta is a slice of paradise sheltered from the flow of tourists. Accessible by sneaking through the cliffs, Cala Saladeta dazzles with its fine sand and turquoise waters.


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wild and authentic: Cala Mastella

Like Cala Salada, Cala Mastella is also surrounded by rocky cliffs. But here, in Sant Carles de Peralta, the bay offers an aesthetic, sensory experience. The beach is strikingly white, enhanced by the colours of its natural surroundings. The gentle slope of the beach gives access to vibrant underwater life, perfect for snorkelling! Its fine, sandy beach takes the shape of a crescent moon, the first level of a gigantic natural amphitheatre. In the surroundings, boathouses rub shoulders with some of the best restaurants in Ibiza.



the Secret Beach: Atlantis

Atlantis, whose real name is Sa Pedrera de Cala d’Hort and renamed “Secret Beach” by the locals, is a small cove so clandestine that it is impossible to find it on a map. But we can tell you how to get there: it is located a few kilometres from Sant Josep, at the end of the road to El Cubells. Everything there is steeped in mystery, from the natural pools to the faces drawn on the rocks.

the spiritual beaches: Punta Galera and Cala Benirrás

Punta Galera and Cala Benirrás are both beaches known for their unique atmosphere! Indeed, these two coves are simply bewitching. Meditation, peace and spirituality form a sweet cocktail of serenity and quiet contemplation. These are also two beaches popular with the hippie communities of Ibiza. Cliffs, lagoons and bonfires: they have it all! From the sand of Cala Benirrás, a majestic rock emerges from the water and seems to point to the sky. Don't miss the opportunity to see the “Finger of God” with your own eyes!


true nature: Es Portixol

Es Portixol is not easy to find. The cove, nestled in the north of the island, is accessible to those who know the location of this hidden gem. Adventurers will set off in search of it by taking a path on the edge of the cliff, while more cautious people will stick to the sea routes. The secret beach, hidden around San Miguel, is nestled between tall pines that brush the sky. Dug into the rocks, natural water basins feed the lush vegetation. All that remains is to enjoy the moment!


unmissable: Cala d’Hort

Southwest of the famous Cala Conta and Cala Tarida is the renowned Cala d'Hort. Admittedly, the beach is busy, but it still has secrets to reveal. In addition to the blue sea and the white sand, the beach faces the islets Es Vedrá and Es Vedranell, two large rocks, once inhabited by pirates! A row of fishermen's huts runs along one side of the beach, adding to the authenticity of the area. Be sure to stick around to see the dazzling sunsets that come to redden the beach in the evening.



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Now that you've uncovered the secrets of Ibiza's beaches, it's time to plan your trip! With Le Collectionist, organising your holiday has never been easier. Explore our collection of luxury villa rentals in Ibiza to discover our extraordinary homes near the best secret beaches in Ibiza.

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