One of the things most people love when they are on holiday is to discover new places. So today we look at some places which, despite their beauty, have remained unspoiled and off-the-beaten-track.
Probably the most famous “hidden gem” on the island. Surrounded by pine forests and some fisherman’s haunt, this beach feels like a true escape. Getting there is not for everybody and this keeps visitors number low. Before heading to the beach make sure to buy some food and drinks as there aren’t any amenities available nearby.
This is the right place if you seek seclusion. Es Portitxol looks like a lagoon surrounded by unspoiled nature, the beach is almost circular and the water of a beautiful green and turquoise colour, perfect for snorkeling. Getting there involves some serious hiking so make sure to be prepared and bring all the essentials.
CALÓ DES MOLTONS
Located on the North of the island near Port de Sant Miquel, Caló des Moltons is a quiet bay with flat rocks and pebbles, boathouses, and cool, still water. Easily accessible by foot on the side of San Miguel beach. While it has the feel of a private find, the inlet has its own chiringuito: Utopía – a pretty wooden beach bar and surprisingly upmarket place, with good cocktails and sardine specials.
Known also as the venue where are the Ibiza Stonehenge sits, this hugely impressive sculpture is well worth taking a wander around and is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset, so consider staying put until the evening. Want to know more unspoiled spots to watch the sunset? Read this: 5 natural sunset spots in Ibiza
This unspoiled beauty and calm charm are further enhanced by our exceptional secluded villas on the islands. Choose yours and begin an Ibiza journey of discovery, far from the crowd.