Cala Benirras

  • Address: Carrer Benirràs A, 1B 07810 Sant Joan de Labritja Illes Balears Spain, Ibiza
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Beach, Leisure, Family And Kids

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. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Ibiza itinerary 5 days.

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

  • By Car
  • By boat

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  • Cala Benirras Address: Carrer Benirràs A, 1B 07810 Sant Joan de Labritja Illes Balears Spain, Ibiza
  • Cala Benirras Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Cala Benirras: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 4.26% of people who visit Ibiza include Cala Benirras in their plan

  • 32.35% of people start their Cala Benirras visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Cala Benirras

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cala Benirras

People normally club together Cala Saladeta and Cala Xarraca while planning their visit to Cala Benirras.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Lovely sandy beach to enjoy the sun protected from the big waves. Perfect for snorkelling and to take a walk. From the mountain side you got a beautiful view of the little bay. Until end of August you can see the sun sets in the sea. On Sunday afternoons the hippies jam on the beach until sunset and a bit more which is a very famous event. That's way is a designated parking area from where you can take the bus down to the beach for a small cost.

  • Beautiful place with a fantastic view both to the sea and surrounding mountains. A few restaurants are on the beach so you can eat near the water. On Sunday there is a small hippie market and at sunset drummers start their music at the side of the beach. Very special to see and hear.

  • I'd say wow just because there are no words! Views - stunning! Atmosphere - fantastic! Make sure you get there early as the beach is tiny and gets very busy. The day to go is Sunday to celebrate the sunset in rhythms of bongos. Great little shops so take cash - no ATMs- come on! You're in the middle of nature! One small restaurant on the beach to keep you hydrated or satiated. But not much more. Oh and make sure you catch the last bus back to wherever!

  • If you want to fly... go there. If you want to get our of this world... go there. But if you just want to live the time of your life... go to Benirras.

  • Amazing sunset to the sound of beating drums, what an amazing experience. Thoroughly recommended. It's busy on a Sunday so make sure you have enough time to find a parking space and get to the beach as some of the car parking is a few minutes walk away. Even though its busy everyone is really friendly. A must for any couple and singles alike 😁

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