The 5villas team has been visiting the most secret and fabulous beaches in Ibiza, and even there are some completely deserted during low season. Despite we know it is impossible to find an empty beach during the summer, today we will show you the quietest coves in the white island.
There is only a dusty trail to arrive to this cove only, which runs along the cliff. It is not a recommended way for people with vertigo or mobility problems. If you dare to go this beach, I’m sure you’ll love it because of its calm and peace atmosphere. Only fishermen used to go there and occasionally some diving enthusiasts.
Cala D’ Aubarca
This cove is located near to the village of Sant Mateu d’Albarca and Sant Antoni de Portmany. It is surrounded by majestic cliffs, green pines, boulders and clear waters. There is a bridge formed naturally with the rocks of the cliffs at the right side of the beach. The views are absolutely breathtaking.
This paradise and remote cove is located to the North of the island. Perhaps this cove is one of the most unknown because of its access which was open recently to all persons. You will have to arrive through a path of a private property. You can also reach it by boat. No service available. So If you are looking for tranquility, no doubt this is your creek.
To arrive to Sa Caixota, a beautiful cove surrounded by cliffs, drive towards Es Cubells and follow the signs to the residential areas called Vista Alegre and Sa Caixota. Once you get there, take the steps down to the beach. If you want to escape the crowds and the hassle of the bars, this is your place, very quiet and not crowded. However you need to Know you will need comfortable waterproof shoes to walk on this pebble beach.
This rocky cove is highly recommended, but just for adventurers because its access is not easy at all. It is 1,5 kilometres from Santa Agnès and the path is not marked. The best option is to park the car in el Pou de Corona, a water well of this village. After that, go down by yourself following the dusty path. When you see 3 houses, turn right. Continue walking about 500 metres and then you will see the cliffs. From there, a rocky path down the cliff leads you to the cove, with wooden steps, handrails and ropes, built by the fishermen. Proper footwear for trekking is necessary. Once you have made this tricky descent to reach the cove, it is a secluded and spectacular place.