The road less travelled

Cala D’en Serra

North East, Ibiza, Spain

Although it’s a relatively small bay, first impressions are monumental. Cala d’en Serra is one of those special Ibiza beaches that once discovered, is never forgotten. Facing east, the oval-shaped beach is surrounded by stunning high cliffs, fine blue water and golden sand. There’s an opening between the cliffs in the middle of the sea, where you can catch a glimpse of what appears to be the end of the world on the horizon.

Who goes there?

Cala d’en Serra is much loved and lauded by Ibiza’s long-time locals… doesn’t that say it all?

When to go

Escape to Cala d’en Serra on the weekends, when other Ibiza beaches are overpopulated and noisy. Peace, tranquility and total relaxation awaits…

White Ibiza loves

Snorkeling in the calm waters here, discovering Ibiza’s rich marine life without fear of being disturbed by boats or swimmers.

How to get there


On Ibiza’s north coast, just beyond Portinatx.


From Ibiza Town: 30-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 25-minute drive.