Cala Llenya has that special charm that only the faraway places have. After the 35-minute drive from the centre of Ibiza, you will be able to hear the cicadas louder, and the silence, too.
Located in the northeast side of the island (10-minute drive from Sant Carles), Cala Llenya (or Cala Leña in Spanish) stands out for the relaxed and friendly atmosphere that reigns during the entire year. Locals love this beach!
Surrounded by pine-tree hills and rocky walls—perfect to practice snorkelling near the rock formations at each side of the beach—the sandy seabed with shallow, crystalline waters, invites to take a long bath and just forget the world.
You can enjoy a wide range of activities, such as pedalos, canoes, and other water sports, and it is also a start point for excursions around the countryside. It offers a bar, restaurant, showers, umbrellas, sunbeds, lifeguard, and all you can ask to a dreamy beach. It can only be reached by car, which you can park for free at the shadows of the pines.
Close to the breathtaking lookout of Pou d’es Lleo, Cala Boix, and Cala Mastella, among others, Cala Llenya is ideal to spend the whole day in the north.
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