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People choose to reach Ibiza for various reasons, but fun and the seaside are certainly the two main ones, so we have compiled a list of beaches for each category of tourist.
THE PARTY ANIMAL
If you arrived in Ibiza with the idea of meeting people and drinking various cocktails in the evening, the beach for you is definitely Ses Salines/Playa Salinas.
Located in the south of the island, it is a reference point for all tourists who prefer fine white sand and a very shallow seabed.
It is the perfect place if you want to attend entertainment shows organized by discos or try new water sports in the midst of chaos and nightlife.
If you want to participate in slightly more exclusive parties, the direction you need to take is Cala d’Hort, the most photographed and popular beach at the moment.
Those who love a beach full of services and umbrellas, on the other hand, can easily choose Cala Conta (Playa de Compte) and Cala Bassa.
The first is famous for its emerald green seabed and the wonderful landscape that reigns around it.
Despite both the sandy and rocky nature, it is equipped with numerous services.
From here you can admire the sunsets, sipping a cool cocktail and, on full moon evenings, parties for all tastes are organized.
The second, also awarded the Blue Flag, is a beach of about 200 meters characterized by a tropical face, suitable for the whole family and for those who want to sunbathe in total relax.
Even for those who love freedom in all senses, there are two alternatives, one on the opposite side of the other: Punta Galera and Playa de s'Aigua Blanca.
Punta Galera is a wild cove, without bars and services, located near Sant Antoni.
It is full of rocks from which you can also dive and a perfect backdrop for those who want to snorkel.
The second is the typical beach away from everything and everyone.
300 meters long it is completely unspoiled except for a couple of kiosks where you can refresh yourself after a sunny day, framed by green hills and dotted with maritime pines. In front of you only Punta Grossa and Tagomago Island.
A special mention also deserves Es Castellet, immersed in the natural park, and one of the first iconic beaches of this type.
For those who love to venture between paths and woods to find unobtainable places, es Portixol is the one for you.
The most solitary and natural of all Ibiza's coves is surrounded by nature; there are only a handful of "chamizos" (shelters for local fishermen's boats) giving a tremendously fascinating lost beach air.
Good luck finding it, it deserves.
For those who love beautiful sea and excellent food, there is Cala Mastella, a cove of just 50 meters.
Along with the steep beach for swimming far and wide and for children to play, you can enjoy the view of the fishermen's boats, which deliver the pescado every morning to Juan's Ferrer, called El Bigotes.
There you can enjoy one of the best guixat de peix on the island.