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Stopped off at this lovely beach as part of a catamaran trip along the coast. Beautiful beach with gorgeous aqua water which was still quite warm and lovely soft sand. Beach surrounded by pine woodland. Very pretty.
We had great fun wading in to the...More
Is it Calabasa or Cala Bassa, that is a question. It is one of the stunning and beautiful beaches in Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. It was not very busy since it was off season, but still many people flock to this beach to worship the...More
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After visiting the beach with my friend on my last visit to Ibiza, I took my family when holidaying here. It was I remembered, beautiful views and clear water. My daughters snorkeled in the shallow water and we took advantage of the bar which is...More
We spent a great day on the beach. We were on a family trip with a 4 months baby, so need some extra comfort. No chairs and umbrella available at the beach, the only option was a bed and table at the club which cost...More
A top quality beach that was reached by boat from Sant Antonio, it was a top class beach club, although we did cheat a bit by eating & drinking at the cheaper take-away. The beach club it self appeared to be top notch
Fantastic beach. Water taxi from San Antonio Bay for 9 euros return. Beautiful clear warm water with gently sloping sandy beach. Did see a couple of jellyfish though!! The sunbeds are 20 euros each and 10 euros for a parasol. If you chose to use...More
This is a great beach, not particularly big and sprawling and gets very busy we loved it water is clear and mostly sandy ! Downside is most of the beach bars are to expensive for the “ Hoypoloy” as they are Sponsored by an expensive...More
This is a beautiful spot by the sea, served by small and regular ferries and visited by the glass bottom catamarans. A good restaurant is nearby, but it's nice to take a picnic and just laze in the sun. There is a regular bus service...More