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The car ride via the mountains was really beautiful, but we arrived around 1900 and the parking area was full, so we had to continue and found a place to park around 2 km away. We had to walk down to the beach. The market...More
We visited on a weekday around noon. It was not that busy. There is a reasonable sized car park (free) to your right as you approach the beach and we had no problems parking. There were plenty of spaces.
The beach is in a protected...More
We went to see Sunday's sunset but we didn't make it in time because of parking problems. Because of the crowds, you are directed quite a drive away from the beach where you have to park and take the shuttle bus (about €1,50 or so...More
Visited on a windy rainy afternoon (the sun kept trying to peek through), we wanted to get lunch - were put off by the snooty restaurant on the beach - Le Elements (or something similar), were told we couldn't just sit down, had to go...More
Lad Benirras beach is a must visit if you are in Northern Ibiza.
Mostly full of German and Spanish but like anywhere in Ibiza everyone is greeted with open arms.
This beach offers a more relaxed feel than some other beaches you'll undoubtedly visit on...More
Unlike others, we didn't find the beach crowded (it was a Monday).parking was easy. The water is very calm and attracts lots of families. The bay is stunning.
The beach bar sells a huge range of delicious juices and smoothies.
There was a dust devil...More
The beach is ok, rather small and rather crowded. Water is beautiful. One of the nice chill out "beach bars" of Ibiza is located in a corner behind the beach.
The place attracts, or meets, a little crowd of "new age" hippies, nudists and musician...More