Cala d'en Serra Beach
Cala d'en Serra Beach
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Deja Drew
World177 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Solo
Cala d’en Serra in Ibiza is nothing short of a paradise found. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the island's livelier spots, this secluded haven offers an unparalleled escape into the embrace of nature's beauty. From the moment I set foot on its shores, I was entranced by the untouched allure that only a place like Cala d’en Serra can provide.

As I descended the winding path that led to the beach, the anticipation grew, and my heart raced with excitement. And then, there it was – a pristine crescent of golden sand framed by dramatic cliffs, lapped by the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. It was as if I had stumbled upon a secret cove that nature had reserved just for me.

Cala d’en Serra in Ibiza is a place where nature's beauty and artistic expression harmoniously converge, creating an atmosphere that's both serene and visually captivating. Beyond its stunning beach and azure waters, this hidden gem also boasts a touch of urban artistry in the form of charming graffiti adorning old building ruins.

As I explored the area, I stumbled upon these weathered ruins adorned with vibrant and evocative graffiti. It was like discovering a hidden art gallery nestled within nature's embrace. The juxtaposition of the organic beauty of the surroundings with the creativity of the graffiti was a visual delight that resonated deeply.

The graffiti art not only adds an unexpected and colorful dimension to the landscape but also tells a story of its own. The artistry speaks to the coexistence of past and present, nature and human creation. It's a reminder that even in the midst of decay, beauty can flourish and creativity can flourish.

Amidst the captivating graffiti, the natural beauty of Cala d’en Serra still shines brightly. The tranquil waves, the rustling leaves, and the warm embrace of the sun create a calming backdrop that enhances the artistic experience. Sitting amidst the ruins, I found myself immersed in a unique symphony of colors, textures, and sounds.

If you're seeking an experience that marries the allure of nature with the enchantment of art, Cala d’en Serra's graffiti-adorned ruins are a must-see. It's a place where you can immerse yourself in the synergy of past and present, where the remnants of history and the vibrancy of creative expression unite in a breathtaking and unforgettable way.
Written 29 August 2023
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NFGH
Lidingo, Sweden8 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Simply overpriced, completely. The bartender, finally noticing us from our table, would not take the order and pass it on to his colleague waitress; but reply: “speak to her”. No coffees on the menu, unfortunately.

Pricing of foods rather ridiculous. Two beers and a soda cost EUR 20 and the pricing of he sunbeds is also off the charts (EUR 40 for two beds and an umbrella).

We arrived in the afternoon, but they would not accept anything else than a full day’s price [for the beds].

Also watch out for the jelly fish: obviously no one’s fault, but the entire beach was filled with these stinging creatures so that no one could be in the water.
Written 8 August 2023
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Sally W
Kelso, UK24 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Friends
Small restaurant very overpriced. Limited menu and extremely expensive awful wine. Complete tourist trap!
Written 18 June 2023
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ScaryCanary
Hampshire, UK175 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Couples
We called in to this beach cove as we were exploring the north coast and it was really pretty, with turquoise seas and plenty of opportunity for swimming and sunbathing. There is also a small bar/restaurant there. The partially built and abandoned hotel was fascinating to look around, if a little dangerous in places. Another reviewer has explained the history which I was unaware of before we visited. Some may see this as an eye-sore - it will be something you either love or hate. Worth popping in - you can park on the road just above or you can drive down the bumpy road if you are fairly confident on rough hilly tracks and have a semi decent car.
Written 2 October 2022
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StephenCross
Dublin, Ireland29,946 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022 • Couples
Nice beach and the water was really clear as it is throughout most if not all of Ibiza. Beach was sandy and rocky so bring beach shoes.
Written 8 July 2022
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howiet1971
Swindon, UK1,706 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
Firstly, Cala D’en Sera is a really pretty cove, and in fact the ‘hidden’ section on the right hand side (accessible through a slit in the rocks) is even prettier as it was covered in beautiful wildflowers. That being said, the majority of people who visit here will be here for the abandoned hotel just above.
The hotel has quite an interesting history; designed by Catalan Architect Josep LLius Sert in 1969, the project was eventually abandoned because the fascist government in 70’s Spain revoked his licence (he was in exile.) The whole area has now been awarded a conservation status so cannot be built on.
Recently, a group of Ibizan artists invited international graffiti artists to come and paint on the walls, and most of the artwork is STUNNING! If you are in the south of the island it’s quite a way out of it all (though no more than an hour) , but it’s really worth a visit.
If you’re taking kids, be very careful. Not only is there broken glass, but there are holes in the floor so keep them close.
After visiting the hotel, I took a dip in the pretty cove below.
Written 11 May 2022
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Flozza
Oxford, UK209 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
Out of the 8 days we spent in Ibiza, this was my favourite beach.

Secluded, quiet, no screaming children (due to the fact it's a pebble beach presumably), a few locals, nice chiringuito, clear water, comfortable beach beds at a reasonable price.

There were jelly fish, but take your snorkel and avoid them. The snorkelling was so good - we saw a common string ray, and as PADI holders this was quite exciting! There are several rocks you can dive off. No boats.

The chiringuito was great - delicious, fresh fish, cocktails, cold beers.

And then at the top of the beach there is the famous abandoned hotel from 1980s. It's now a graffiti artist's backdrop which makes for an epic walk around. Just be careful of the holes in the floor!
Written 4 August 2021
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Amo G
49 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Family
The abandoned hotel has been used as a canvas for an amazing array of graffiti artwork, some fantastic images. Parts of the building are falling to pieces so you do need to be careful where you walk. Teenagers loved it here. Short walk down to the small stone beach for a swim, clear water & plenty of fish, few bits of plastic & rubbish washed up on the beach.
Left the hire car at the top of the hill & it’s a good walk to get back to the top, hit my steps that day!
Written 14 July 2020
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LuLu_LeLe_82
Amsterdam, The Netherlands33 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Friends
Through a very narrow rough downhill road ( don’t drive down when not experienced) you get to see an mesmerizing view of this amazing bay! Its also quit a drive to get there when you are not situated nearby Portinatx. So advice is to go beginning of the day rather than late afternoon, as the sun will go down from West coast and this place is up north.
There are no cafes and restaurants their, so make sure to bring something to drink and eat along.
Written 8 July 2020
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Anna K
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019
Super quite beach on Ibiza, love it, it is so beautiful and you can make awesome pictures here. But be careful with the car, it is very steep to drive there.
Written 14 February 2020
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