By Orosol | On 30 January, 2014 In Beaches
Hello everyone from Orosol hotel in San Antonio. Would you like to discover four of the most hidden and special beach coves in Ibiza? If so, don’t miss the info that we give you below. Atlantis (Cala d’Hort), Cala Olivera (Santa Eulalia), Cala Codolar (Sant josep), Cala Xarraca (Sant Joan, north area of Ibiza).
1. Atlantis. Very near the beach of Cala d’Hort in San José (Sant Josep de Sa Talaia). A place difficult to describe, it’s not exactly a beach or a cove as we’re used to seeing off the coast of Ibiza. This is a magical and unique place. Those strange rocky formations that give it a very particular touch, caused by the hand of men, which took much of the sedimentary rocks used for the walls of Dalt Vila in the sixteenth century. Wonderful crystal clear waters. A truly unique and ideal place for those who want to escape from the typical touristy routes. Difficult access. It’s best to go there by sea on any type of boat.
2. Cala Olivera. A delightful beach cove. Small and away from the crowds. Located in the Roca Llisa area, therefore exclusive (but freely accessible to anyone), at 8 kilometers from Santa Eulalia (Santa Eulària des Riu). For those looking for unspoilt places with a wild nature essence. Surrounded by pine forests and crystalline turquoise waters. Not crowded. Might see some nudists. Undoubtedly, one of the truly special places on the island.
3. Cala Codolar. A cove being very nearby the beaches of Platges de Compte and Cala Bassa, which are among the best beaches in Ibiza and in the Mediterranean, make this spot a much more peaceful place than its neighbor beaches, which are much more famous and therefore more crowded. So this is a great spot for those seeking less crowded places and at the same time with the same beautiful crystalline waters. No hipster or lively atmosphere. Very quiet. To enjoy the place in peacefulness.
4. Cala Xarraca. This beautiful place of the island of Ibiza you’ll find it on the road to Portinatx. Fine sandy beach and fantastic waters. Ideal for practicing snorkeling. Also, nearby, you’ll find another jewel, S’illot cove, which can only be accessed by foot. The area, rocky and wooded, invite you to stroll along its paths. You’ll love it!
Now it’s time to say goodbye. Greetings from San Antonio! See you next week. Be happy!