A favourite beach of locals, Aguas Blancas is spectacular to look at, with colourful, ragged cliffs lining the soft, golden sand and crystal clear waters just perfect for swimming. Be careful though, as the seabed here can be a little rocky.
Another warning, Aguas Blancas is a mixed nudist beach. There are no specific areas; some people are naked, some aren’t however if you see people covered in mud don’t be alarmed. The red mud from the cliffs in known to have multiple benefits for the skin so people tend to get involved and slarther it on.
Windy days will see people bodysurfing on the swells; calmer skies mean snorkelers will be looking for marine life in the see through water. If you are feeling adventurous, there is a little cove about 30m away from the shore which you can discover.
As this beach is not easily accessible; the beach entrance can only be reached by going down a very steep slope and then via some steps, it tends to not be as packed as Ibizas other beaches. Please be aware of this if you have children in pushchairs or require wheelchair access.
You can buy refreshments and food from two beach bars here. Can Yucas or the more hippy vibed Chiringuito which is known for its grilled meats and bocadillos, however be aware that it tends to get busy and stay busy so an early morning visit would be recommended if you want to miss the rush.
You can rent private villas in this area or can stay in the closest resort, Santa Eulalia.