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Cala Benirras, Port de Sant Miguel

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.1/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Cala Benirrás is a beach in the northern seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza. It is in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja and is 4.6mi east of the village of Sant Joan de Labritja and 4.6mi north north east of the village of Sant Miquel de Balansat.DescriptionThis beach of this cove, called Port de Benirrás by the local fishermen, is about 300 metres long and is set against a backdrop of densely pine forested cliffs. The beach is a mixture of pebbles and sand with rocks at either end of the beach. The bay's crystal clear sea makes the cove a popular spot for snorkelling but caution is required due to the amount of marine traffic in the bay. The rocks to the side have several dry-dock fisherman’s shacks. The sheltered bay is a popular anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats during the day, but especially in the late afternoon when there are spectacular sunset views. There are many paths for walkers leading away from the beach through the surrounding woodlands of unspoilt natural beauty. Offshore in the middle of the bay lies the iconic rock called Cap Bernat. The rock is said to resemble, variously, a woman at prayer, a giant baby, or the Sphinx.The Day of The DrumsIbiza was a popular destinations for hippies in the 60's. In that time, it became the scene of sporadic full moon-parties. This declined in the 1980s, but became popular again in the 1990s.
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  • This small Cove is located in the North among others near the caves. Offers cafes around to eat or drink for all ages. Very quiet and with spectacular colors. Clean sea! The Council go there at least once.
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  • Spectacular beach with a super hippie atmosphere. .. It would no doubt repeat... The sunset with drums in the background is amazing
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  • Beach surrounded by cliffs and pine forest and wide sand, with booths of boats of fishermen on both sides. Them Sunday by the afternoon goes much people, to see the beautiful sunset that not has nothing that envy to the of San Antony and see the tamburada, much people playing them timpani and dancing to the are of the music. Hippy market, bars and services I recommend go soon because many people go and there is little parking. You can not miss it
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  • The nicest place we stayed on our yacht in Ibiza. Place for quite a few boats. Wonderful sunsets and the drummers on the beach really set it off. Access possible from the road and busy but not overcrowded in June. If you can it is worth the effort to get here, but stay until dark.
  • Come on Sunday for the markets and sunset drumming. Leave the car at home and catch a taxi though, as the traffic and parking can get very intense!
  • A very beautiful small beach,famous for the high rock in the middle of the bay,very good Restaurants,in high season sometimes too crowded in the afternoon.Evenings and nights lots of hippie events.
  • Visit it in july and august sundays afternoons
  • Sunset is amazing here but don't go by car there on Sunday evenings are at least do it early (before 6pm): Too many cars searching for parking.
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