Something for everyone

Cala Llenya

North East, Ibiza, Spain

This pretty little contoured beach with white sand is located within a fragrant valley of pine trees. The smooth, sparkling turquoise water of Cala Llenya make it ideal for swimmers of all levels of experience – as it’s quite shallow for a great distance, it’s a great place for kids to play. It’s also the perfect place to set up camp for the entire day, with picnic areas beneath the pine trees, plus resort-style beach restaurants offering something for everyone.

Who goes there?

Cala Llenya is very popular with families, both local and visiting holidaymakers alike.

When to go

Blissfully, Cala Llenya is never too crowded, making it a great place to visit in the high season when other beaches are overwhelming.

White Ibiza loves

Beach volleyball is popular on the sand, however water sports are the main attraction. Take a windsurfing lesson or make the most of the clear water and try snorkeling to check out the marine life.

How to get there


Southeast of San Carlos, just near Cala Mastella.


The easiest way to reach Cala Llenya is by car, starting in the village of San Carlos, where you must follow the signs to Cala Mastella, then turn right and follow the signs to Cala Llenya. Turn left, and you will find the beach at the very end, with plenty of free, shaded parking.


From Ibiza Town: 35-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 30-minute drive.