Cala Benirràs beach is blessed by the western sun and lies just a ten-minute drive (7.5 km / 4.6 miles) from Sant Miquel de Balansat, between the headlands of Cova de s’Orenga and Punta Blanca on the north coast of Ibiza.
Ibiza is the place that best combines the nightlife with daytime leisure, and that is so that in our beautiful island there is room for everyone. It is well known that many of the best parties around the world are in Ibiza, and that the best DJ’s meet every summer in our discos. But let’s not forget something important… the island also offers peace and relaxation, away from the clubs and the party. If you are one of those who are looking in Ibiza for that haven of peace where to forget about work and obligations, than this post is for you! Note down these 4 Ibiza beaches where you can truly relax. Sshhh… Don’t tell anyone!
When looking for an ideal beach you’ll see that the island has so many options that you could practically visit a different one every time. Every corner of the coast has its charm that makes it special: rocky beaches, fisherman huts, fine sand, calm waters, interesting seabeds… Do you also want to find that special place that will make you feel like in paradise? Well, here is one of the most impressive beaches of the island, a paradise in the north where you will have all the necessary services to enjoy your beach day to the max in a comfortable way.
On the Can Planells hotel website we have a section, ‘Interesting Places‘, which is a small guide where we highlight the most authentic, entertaining and tasty spots in Ibiza. Our favorite places, beaches, restaurants, shops… Here’s a mini guide of the 12 most shared and liked places by visitors.
Ibiza is a very photogenic island, with many places to photograph. It’s common that tourists keep taking out their phones or cameras, either to capture the landscapes, a sunset or its traditional architecture. Here we show you the seven most photographed places in Ibiza.
Platges de Comte, or more popularly known as Cala Conta beach, is without doubt a unique spot and one of the best beaches in Ibiza, and for many visitors, one of the best beaches in the Mediterranean. Great atmosphere and fabulous restaurants to enjoy in the summertime.
We’ve got a great idea for our blog today. Why don’t we map out a route of the beautiful coves and beaches lining the southern coast of Ibiza? Along the way, not only will we tempt you with stunning places to swim and sunbathe, we’ll also clue you in on fantastic restaurants where you can savor the best in island cuisine, fish and seafood. Who’s up for it?
Who of those lucky enough to tour the beaches of Ibiza have not stopped to admire those authentic and traditional fishermen’s huts that can be observed in most of Ibiza’s coves and beaches? They are beautiful, aren’t they? Find out a little bit more about them…
Today in our blog we suggest you a really nice route through the pretty coves in the north part of the island nearby Sant Joan de Labritja and very close one to each other. Perfect to visit and enjoy them in the same day.
Today we’ll show you a walking tour. A route in the north part of the island of Ibiza, in Sant Joan de Labritja. We’ll visit part of its coastline and a part of the inner area. Interesting places of traditional Ibiza. About 12.5 km of itinerary, with a gradient of only 65 meters, for which is suitable for any age. The approximate duration is about two or three hours depending on your physical condition. It can’t be done by car.
From Sant Carles de Peralta, about 6 km towards the northeast coast and Pou des Lleó beach, by following directions along the road, and paying attention to the turns, you can access a small beach that is nestled in a completely unspoiled place, Cala Mastella. It is one of the most unique and picturesque islands of Ibiza.