Another one of those hidden gems in the South of Ibiza. This beach is also known as Playa d’es Bol Nou.
It is a lovely bay with red rocks and cliffs. It is divided in two parts; one part has soft sand and if you follow the little path on your right you will find a nice and quiet pebble beach.
When you arrive you walk along restaurant Sa Caleta; a very good traditional spanish restaurant where you can have a great lunch with your feet in the sand…
They serve a very good paella en fideua (a noodle paella) and also bullit de peix (a traditional fish dish with potatoes). The place is always crowded all year around, an insiders favourite; no music and trendy stuff here 😉
If you are interested in a little history; you can walk from here to the oldest Phoenician excavation on the island. Just follow the signs from the parking lot.