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Glorious seclusion at Cala d'en Serra beach

Featured beach of the week


Where and what?

The small and picturesque Cala d'en Serra beach is located on the most northerly tip of the island, close to Portinatx, though far enough away to be considered a peaceful paradise. This secluded horseshoe-shaped sandy beach is the perfect Ibiza getaway from the madness of the crowds. From up above, the view of this beach is simply magical.


Why go?

The small-scale isolated nature of the beach makes it the perfect spot to unwind. In summer it won't be deserted, though it certainly won't be stifling. The waters give off deep hues of emerald and offer unparalleled beauty in a serene setting. UK newspaper, The Guardian once named it one of Europe's best beaches. Need we say more?


Things to do

A popular pastime is stopping by the unfinished hotel just before the beach: this eerie abandoned building, only adds to the charm of the place. If you get peckish, there is a chiringuito beach bar serving drinks and food, so why not have a cocktails and sample the cuisine; the mojitos are particularly special. Swimming and snorkelling here are divine pastimes, thanks to the clarity of the water or the more adventurous might like to go diving off the rocks.


How to get there

You will need a car or bike to get here. Be careful as the access roads are potholed and narrow. Find Cala d'en Serra beach via Google Maps - it is asy enough to find. You should be able to find a place to park at the top or you can venture down towards the abandoned hotel, where you might be lucky to get parking, though not in high season.

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