One of Ibiza’s most magnificent resort beaches, Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast. Famous for her beautiful blue, turquoise and emerald green waters, Ibiza beach Cala Tarida’s sandy shores have a bit of something for everyone – including beach volleyball, water sports, and even a diving school.
Who goes there?
Shallow waters, kid-friendly activities and a lifeguard on duty make this beach especially popular with families, as well as holidaymakers staying on the nearby resort and hotels.
When to go
The beach can get quite busy on weekends during the month of August, but don’t fret – it’s so large (nearly 1km wide!) that there’s almost always plenty of space to accommodate!
White Ibiza loves
Swimming out to the beautiful selection of interestingly shaped, flat rocks, which you can snorkel around or lie on for a solitary sunbathe.
How to get there
West of San José, though the beach itself faces southward.
Follow signposts from San Antonio or San José. There’s also a ferry from San Antonio.
From Ibiza Town: 35-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 15-minute drive.