Ibiza may be more renowned as one of the top Mediterranean party destinations but it has far more to offer than just the best bars and nightlife in the Balearics. Cala Xarraca is a snorkelling enthusiast’s paradise; with its picturesque bay boasting crystal clear azure waters, flanked by green forestry and rocky pathways, you’ll almost feel you’ve stumbled onto your very own private beach.
If you need to recover after a hard day’s partying head to Ibiza’s most stylish beach, the crescent shaped Cala Llentrisca. With a timber jetty protruding out into the bay, making a perfect diving platform, and boats bobbing far out at sea this secluded spot that is all but deserted come the afternoon.
Agua Blanca is one of the most isolated Ibiza beaches and is ideal for escaping the island at peak season because it is difficult for most tourists to access. Wade through the water to soak up the tranquillity as the sun-dappled waves drum into the caves dotted around the beach.