Ibiza Beaches Overview

Cala Gracio / Gracioneta - Beach | Outdoor Activity in Ibiza

People typically come to Ibiza for two things: the clubs and the beaches. And while the clubs are all-night extravaganzas featuring the top DJs on the planet, the beaches provide daytime enthusiasts with water sports, sun-bathing spots, and, if you still want it, more clubbing when beach bars start blasting their music after everyone’s officially been woken up.

One of the loudest, craziest, and most ridiculously fun beaches in Ibiza is Playa d’en Bossa. Here, a two kilometer stretch of white sand is packed with bars, cafés, and clubs and keeps sun-bathers occupied for hours on end. Smack dab in the middle of the chaos is the famous Bora Bora beach bar where clubbing is never put on pause and DJs spin all day to drunken, writhing tourists.

For something on the complete opposite end of the spectrum is Cala Conta. Small and rocky, Cala Conta is popular with a more bohemian crowd of hippies and nudists. There’s also an ashram right at the entrance of the beach if you need to meditate away whatever you did in the clubs the night before.

Ibiza is truly known for its sunsets, and the best place to soak in the end of the day and the coming club night is to hang out on the patios at the Sunset Strip. The most popular spot is Café del Mar where hundreds of sunned-out revelers post up at the beachside café and actually relax for a bit before dancing all night long.

There are tons of other great Ibiza beaches to choose from, so whether you want something wild and crazy or just a place to chill out and read, there is no shortage of options.

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