Cala Llentrisca Beach

Possibly the most isolated, and one of the hardest to reach beaches on Ibiza, Cala Llentrisca is also the number one on your list of beaches to visit. Why? Because it's one of the most beautiful places you've ever seen, that's why. To get there, you need to find your way first to Es Cubells, near Sant Josep, and then take the left fork in the road. Once you find the Urbanizacion de Es Cubells, you'll have to find the little plaza where, if you're driving, now's the time to ditch the car and carry on by foot. This little walk is not for the faint-hearted, but, as they say, faint heart never won fair scenery, or close enough, eh? The path will take you around the back of a little house and onto the beach, though the way is a little steep.

Once you find it though, look out for the little decorative fisherman's houses, traditionally adorned, and where you may well be lucky enough to find some of the locals still laying their nets out on the beach.It's without a doubt the most unspoilt and natural of Ibiza's many beaches. The beach is of natural pebbles, and it's fairly long, being about 100m, yet quite shallow before the water, at only 10 or so metres. Especially good for swimming and snorkelling, the entrance to the water drops off reasonably dramatically, and you'll be up to your shoulders only a few metres in. The water is unusually green for Ibiza, and this is put down to the natural, untended reefs of the area, which give it this hue from a distance. Once in the water, however, you could be swimming through glass, it's that clear!

It faces east, and is quite a secluded bay, so if you visit for the sunshine, come early, as by the afternoon, the rocky cliffs will have overshadowed the beach somewhat. And when you do visit, make sure to bring plenty of supplies, as there are no services here whatsoever.
Surrounded by cedar-covered hills, this beach is well-protected from the elements and offers a tranquility only found on the island through a fair amount of effort, which on your arrival will be rewarded in abundance.

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100m long
10m wide to sea.
Depth gentle slopes, 2m very close to shore
Tan Coloured sand
Rocky areas
Beach faces East

Average water tempratures

Jan 10ºC
Feb 10ºC
Mar 12ºC
April 15ºC
May 18ºC
June 21ºC
July, August and September 26ºC October 24ºC
November 18ºC
December 14ºC sometimes lower


Snorkeling, Swimming


No ferries from this beach.

Shops, Supermarkets

No shops or supermarkets is this area, the beach does have a few restaurants for refreshments and food.

Nearest Town/Resort

San Jose

Nearest Accommodation

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Your Safety

Dont swim out too far from the beach.
Beware if rip currents! Rip currents are powerful currents of water moving away from shore. Most beaches on Ibiza are fairly calm and rip current free but bad weather can change that!

Some beaches have rocks! We advise you to becareful when jumping of diving into the sea. Look first!

Its Hot
The sun can be very hot in summer months and its important to shade young children and babies. Also fair skinned people should be careful. Sun Safety

Cool Kids

Wear waterproof sandles. Great for children who want to look around the rocks to catch crabs and fish.
Diving mask for snorkeling!


Jellyfish and sea urchins are the only real threats in the Mediteareanm sea.And they are not life threating in anyway, but you can epect a nasty sting from a jellyfish .Niether sharks or whales swim around these Islands.

Leave your valuables in the hotel safe. Please read Safety

Look after your eyes
Wear sunglasses, the sun is very bright and emits strong Ultraviolet light. Please read Sunglasses

Facilities / Amenties

Life saving timetable: From 15th May to 15th October: from 10 untill 18 h.

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Bathing with caution
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No bathing
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