Beach & Nature

3 walking trails to fall in love with Ibiza

There are as many ways to explore the island as there are paths along the mountains, fields, and caves. Ibiza ...

Aguas blancas: much more than a quiet beach

Named “white waters” in Spanish in honour of the foam that appears on the surface every time the waves hit ...

Cala D’Hort: a charming beach and guardian of the magical island of Es Vedrà

Cala D’Hort is one of those must-see spots if you really want to say “I’ve been in Ibiza”. Located in ...

Get your fill of turquoise water, pine-tree hills and white sand at Cala Llonga

Finding a comfy, sandy beach in Ibiza that’s not full of guys trying to sell tickets to clubs is no ...

Playa D’en Bossa: more than a beach, the epicentre of fun in Ibiza

Of all the beaches in Ibiza, Playa D’en Bossa is the longest and most famous one. Located in the municipality ...

Cala Tarida: the widest, longest and friendliest beach on Ibiza’s west coast

At this point in your Ibizan experience, I hope you’re familiar with the word cala. Calas are the most abundant ...

Legends, magic and mystery… All you need to know about Es Vedra.

If you come to Ibiza, the lookout from Es Vedrà is one of the points you must visit. No matter how many ...

Talamanca beach: Close to the centre, the port and our hearts

Talamanca is one of the first beaches that become popular in Ibiza. Located 2 km from the centre, and just ...

Cala Benirrás: a true Ibizan paradise

Ibiza is awesome no matter which way you look at it. Each corner of the island has it’s own charm ...

Cala Comte: the beach you won’t ever want to leave

Ibiza has more than 50 beaches… and Cala Comte has nothing to envy them at all. With soft white sand, ...