7. Cala Bassa Beach
Located approx 15 minutes drive from San Antonio, although I always without fail get the boat as it is great way to get around Ibiza although the cost does mount up.
The Cala Bassa Beach is 300 metres long & 30 metres wide and being surrounded by lovely ancient Sabina trees which gives beach a truely unique feel. The sand is a pale olden colour in fact very similar to the other bays in the area and the water is a turquoise colour. In the summer the beach is rammed and as one arrrives on the ferry from San Antonio the House music can be heard from the DJ situated under the treeline. Plenty of watersports for the adrenalin junkies including jetskis if adventure is your thing.
As you step off the boat through the main entrance you have the cafe on the right which serves the general masses. However if you have money then you can dine at one of the four restaurants within the Cala Bassa Beach Club. If people watching is your thing then that a stroll through the wooded area on top of the beach and see how the other half live.
Facilities on Cala Bassa Beach include restaurants & bars, sunbeds, parasols, showers, toilets, access for the disabled, changing rooms, massages and of course lifeguards during the busy season. The activities range from jetski’s, bananaboat & Pedaloes.