The charming, enclosed Ibiza beach of Cala Codolar is a secluded beach surrounded by cliffs and nature, with golden, slightly pebbly sand. It has peaceful, relaxed vibe about it – the tiny beach has just one kiosk serves drinks and snacks like burgers and hot dog. There’s also a windsurfing school, for those looking for extra excitement.
Who goes there?
San José locals, as well as holidaymakers staying in the nearby beach holiday resorts in seek of a quieter beach day.
When to go
Cala Codolar is lovely to visit any time of day, but it is a small beach and can get quite busy – arrive early to secure a spot for the day, or come in the evening to enjoy the sunset view.
White Ibiza loves
Climbing the set of steps that ascend to the top of the cliff and enjoying a truly spectacular and unusual view all the day down the west coast to Es Vedrà – perfect for watching the sunset.
How to get there
Between Cala Corral and Cala Conte, just 7km from San Jose on the island’s west coast.
From San Antonio or San José, follow the road to Cala Conte. Just one kilometer before you arrive at Cala Conte, take the left. Follow the dirt path until the sign to the right. Drive down the dusty camino winds its way a kilometer and a half down through untouched woodland till you suddenly emerge at the beach!
From Ibiza Town: 35-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 20-minute drive.