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Las Salinas

South East, Ibiza, Spain

Quite possibly one of the most iconic of all Ibiza beaches, Las Salinas is a long expanse of soft golden sand surrounded by a nature reserve including sand dunes, pine forests and spectacular salt flats. The sea is particularly salty here, which makes it incredibly easy to stay afloat when swimming. Dotted with famous chiringuitos, DJs spin Balearic beats until the sun goes down and dancers parade along the shore promoting the island’s famous nightlife.

Who goes there?

Las Salinas is extremely popular with the jet-set crowd however people from all walks of life – from Spanish families to hippy nudists – all converge on her shores.

When to go

The traffic gets a little hectic from about 2pm onwards, so try to arrive early. August is notoriously overcrowded, however a little known fact is that April, May and October are all still perfect beach conditions at Salinas.

White Ibiza loves

Walking past the beach bars until you come to an clearing where the rock formations have been carved into some amazing creations – walk further and you’ll spot the old pirate watchtower too.

How to get there


On the island’s south coast, in between Es Cavallet and Cap d’es Falco, just minutes from Ibiza town and the airport.


Follow the road to the airport from any direction. Coming from Ibiza, you will see a signposted road to Las Salinas, Es Cavallet and Playa D’en Bossa just after you pass the first exit to Playa D’en Bossa. From the south, you need to pass the airport and take a right hand turn into the same road. Parking is readily available at the cost of 4€ per car.


From Ibiza Town: 10-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 25-minute drive.