Cala Benirras, Ibiza

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Cala Benirras, Ibiza - Address

Address: Carrer Benirràs A, 1B 07810 Sant Joan de Labritja Illes Balears Spain

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Pine tree shrouded cliffs rise over this beach, a sandy and pebbly stretch along a little cove. It’s barely 300 meters long. It’s not a fun place for strolling (the pebbles can be uncomfortable, but the clear water makes it excellent for snorkelling). The bay usually has yachts and private boats parked in it. Popular with families and bohemians, the usually calm beach transforms on Sunday evenings. That is when local bongo drummers arrive and beat out a farewell to the setting sun. It’s quite an experience. Right out ahead in the water in front of you is the rock Cap Bernat (Finger of God). People like to photograph it. There are three restaurants on the beach, of which Elements is the most popular.

Cala Benirras Information

  • Parking space is very limited on Sundays, so arrive early.
  • You can rent pedalos, sunbeds and umbrellas here.

How To reach Cala Benirras by Public Transport

  • By Car
  • By boat

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  • Small beach with beautiful turquoise water. There is a market open nearby with clothes, jewelry, etc. Bathrooms are nice, but cost .5€. Unfortunately, there were too many jelly fish when we were there beginning of July 2017 and I did not manage to swim. My friend did, and she got stung a couple of times, So be extra careful. It was amazing to watch the sunset and also the drum performance (every Sunday evening staring from around 6pm). Please note the lounge chairs/umbrellas go fast, so try to come before noon. We just used our towels.

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  • WARNING for those driving themselves: do not park on the roadside. Otherwise you will have to go to the local police station to pay a €100 fine and €180 towing fee if you want your car back! When the main car park is full the next car park is 3km away. The Sunday sunset experience itself was superb. It was very very crowded but that was expected after reading other reviews.

  • Tranquil beach with clear blue waters nestled between green mountains. Beautiful place to watch the sun set into the water. When we arrived on Saturday, there was a small hippie market selling handmade jewellery and bags. In the evening, there were people playing drums and doing yoga on the beach, adding to the overall atmosphere of the passing day. The beach itself has umbrellas and sunbeds to rent (3 EUR each for a full day), peddle-boats to rent (highly recommended, as the water further away from the beach is literally transparent - best swim of the trip!), and gives you a choice of three restaurants (all quite expensive for the quality you get, but big portions, a solid 3.5 stars). The parking area is not far from the beach, a 5 minute walk, and is free. Even on a Saturday, it was easy to find a spot. Would definitely revisit this beach again in the future!

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  • This is a very nice beach, medium sized. It is not large but it's not very small either. There is a large free car park which makes this beach even more appealing. There are restaurants and a small market on the beach. There is a modern toilet facility that cost 50 cents.

  • I can't explain how beautiful it is and you have to go there. Nice restaurants and traditional drum music eon Sundays by the beach which go to be there at least once,it's playing during the evening.

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