Pebbly sand, beautiful turquoise waters and interesting rocks makes Cala Benirràs a breathtaking beach to relax on. Even the approach to this beach is aesthetic, with winding trails through hills and valleys!
The sand is soft, but with pebbles throughout it and the seabed is a little rocky so we would recommend some kind of beach footwear for this one. Great for snorkelling though, with marine life darting in and out of the rocks that the waves have left behind.
Private yachts anchor here and give the beach an air of elegance, especially at sunset when smaller motor boats join them to say goodbye to the sun. This made even more special by the sunset drummers who come down to the beach and ‘drum down the sun’, something you will only find in Ibiza!
This beach is popular, so much so that the police are showing concern, so if you want a little hideaway spot to watch the sun go down then this isn’t for you! Want to dance to the drums and applaud with hundreds of others as the last slice of the sun disappears then head on down!
Two restaurants will serve you excellent seafood dishes and one bar will make you a great cocktail to toast the day.
The closest resort is San Miguel, which is a 10 minute drive away. As we said, this one is popular and with driving the only way to reach it, car parking is a problem so be prepared to park a far distance and walk or come early enough to beat the crowds.