Sa Caleta Beach

A 10 minute drive from Ibiza Town,dramatic cliffs, shallow waters and Phoenician ruins await you at this popular South facing beach. The beach is actually called Playa Es Bol Nou but you won´t find any signs to tell you this. Sa Caleta is the name of the restaurant on it´s cliff top. It is particularly popular with the locals & surrounded by cliffs that shelter it from the wind. Shallow waters make it ideal for families with younger children. Playa Es Bol Nou is also great for winter sunbathers as it attracts the sun throughout the day and the restaurant is open all year long! The Phoenician ruins can also be found here and are worth a look making this a fun area to explore by foot.

Beach Statistics

  • 100m long
  • Pebble beach with fine golden sand in places
  • Crystal clear shallow water
  • Beach faces South


  • Swimming
  • Snorkeling
  • Exploring
  • Massage


  • Restaurant
  • Parking


  • None

Nearest Town or Village

  • Play Den Bossa
  • Ibiza Town

How To Get To

From Ibiza town take the highway towards the airport. The highway ends at a round-a-bout opposite the airport. Go straight across and follow the road for about 3 minutes until you see a sign for Sa Caleta on your left. Take this turning to the left and follow the road for the next 5 minutes as it winds it´s way along the coast. The next turning to the left will be signposted Sa Caleta Restaurant.

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