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In the warmer months the famous beaches of Ibiza are full of people. But there are still remote places, places where you can swim in peace and tan in the sun without having someone right on top of your towel.

One of those places is Cala Llentrisca in Es Cubells (Sant Josep). It is a cove made up of stones and sand with very clean water, a very isolated place, where you will only see the owners of the little boat houses that are in the area, so it is usually pretty empty, especially on weekdays. It’s a wild cove, there are no services nor beach clubs here. To get there, you go down the road from the church of Es Cubells on the  left, pass along the path leading to Ses Boques and into a housing estate, where you turn right and go on to a street where it says No Exit. When you reach the last house there is a path that you must take on foot. That in itself is not suitable for people with vertigo or for those that are not fairly fit.


Another cove that gets very few visitors is Cala Moli, just past Cala Tarida. This is sand and gravel, with stones also in the water, it is also usually virtually empty during the busiest months. The water is very clean and it is a curious beach because there are very few hammocks, a regular feature on the coast of Ibiza. It features a restaurant with pool. The atmosphere is generally very relaxed. It is a good place for snorkeling.


Also on the coast of Sant Josep, near the busy Platges Comte, you can find Cala Codolar. It is a sandy beach and blue waters, it has a small wooden beach bar where you can have something to drink and eat, specialising in simple dishes like burgers, hotdogs and sandwiches at very reasonable prices. It is a  local family-run institution in this beach, by a man known as “Christ”. It’s a very nice little beach with a  calm atmosphere which is reached by a road turning left on the road  before reaching Platges de Comte.


Another of our proposals is the hidden Cala Truja cove, situated between the beaches of Cala d’Hort and Cala Carbo. It is a very small cove beneath a cliff which has a few fishermen’s huts. The water is usually clean and the atmosphere is peaceful. It is  totally wild and without services. It is comfortable to lie down on the algae there, which make a rather comfortable natural bed.

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