Hidden Locations in Ibiza


Ibiza, most famous for its big name DJ’s and arguably one of the worlds number one party destinations. I’ve spent a lot of time here partying but never really had the chance to explore this beautiful island until last year, when I was lucky enough to get an opportunity to work with the amazing swimwear and lingerie company LoveMyBe, Who flew me out in April to film their summer 18 campaign 💕 I want to share with you all some of the amazing locations I found while in Ibiza last year.

Cala Comte

Cala Comte is a stunning beach in the south west of the of Ibiza. With stunning views of small rocky islets and a brilliant little cafe/restaurant, which also serves ice cold beer 🍻 and a cool little souvenir shop! What else could you ask for.

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Cala Salada

Location: 15 minute drive from San Antonio
Facilities: Sunbeds, parasols, showers, parking, restaurant, lifeguards, parking, toilets and access for the disabled (also into the water under supervision of the lifeguards with amphibious wheelchair and special crutches)
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Size: 200 metres long in total, 5-30 metres wide
Getting there: Reached by car, bus or water taxi. If you come by car, follow the signposts north from San Antonio. The road meanders down a steep gradient to a small parking area with 65 spaces that are shaded by pine trees, with a footpath to the beach. Please note, that in summer from mid May till end of September, the road will be closed from 10 to 18 h, so you have to come early to get through. If you park outside the barrier it is quite a hike down to the beach, so we recommend taking the bus or a water taxi. In these months there is a mini-bus service from 9.30 h to 20.30 h from the San Antonio bus station with a stop at the Can Coix sports centre (Complejo Polideportivo Can Coix, see Google maps) and a ferry service from the port of San Antonio. (See information in Spanish on santantoni.net)

Surrounded by pine forested hills, the small, protected sandy cove of Cala Salada is a favourite for residents and private boat owners. The water is beautifully clear, shallow and perfect for swimming, and the sea bed mostly soft sand. This small beach gets very busy on summer weekends, with people often spread across the rocks that separate Cala Salada and neighbouring Cala Saladita. You can also jump from the cliffs, but please be careful and check the depth of the water first, it is not safe to jump from all places (even if others do).

On the rocky promontory to the right is a picturesque stone tower with paths leading over the top to the little fringe of sandy beach of Cala Saladita. To the left are boathouses built into the rock. Well trodden paths leading into the hills are popular for walks in this unspoiled area.

 

 

 Aguas Blancas

Such a beautiful place to watch sunrise. But be prepared for a mission of a walk downhill to the beach, and its going back up thats the killer. 

A long beach that stretches under steep cliffs that hide the sun before it reaches other beaches. It is also apparently known as a nudist beach.

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Ibiza Stonehenge 

Ibiza Stonehenge (also known as the ‘Time and space’ sculpture) is made up of 13 stone columns in a circular shape on the edge of the cliffs above the tiny beach Cala Llentia. The central column towers above at over 20 meters tall topped with 24 carat gold leaf! It is also a great place to watch sunset.

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