LGTBI friendly beaches

Ibiza is home to some of the most unspoilt beaches in Spain. For example, the sandy beaches of Ses Salines or Es Cavallet, located in a natural park. Their clear waters are combined with the ultramodern gay-hippy-chic atmosphere found only in Ibiza, which attracts celebrities, models, sports personalities or TV stars, who often gather in their chill-out areas, sunbeds or restaurants.

At the end of Ses Salines is the “Sa Trinxa” beach bar, where impressive bodies of all nationalities are on display. Walking along the coast, you reach Es Cavallet, the gay beach par excellence, where you will find an atmosphere like nowhere else in the world. It is indisputably an idyllic place due to its fine white sand and the spectacular turquoise blue horizon. It is also a landmark for gay people from all over Europe, where the rainbow flag flies. Es Cavallet and the “Chiringay” are a benchmark of freedom that has remained intact for decades, the symbol of the ideal holiday for the LGTBI community around the world.

Another very popular area is “Cala Pluma”, made up of the many small coves that join the route between Ses Salines and the “Chiringay” and are located within the Natural Park. As it is a specially protected area due to its environmental and landscape value, and is accessible only on foot or by bicycle. However, Es Cavallet beach can be reached directly by car.

Another fashionable place for the LGTBI collective is Ses Figueretes and, in the Sant Josep area, Cala Jondal, where despite the rocks, some of the island’s most exclusive and well-known beach bars have been established. And any time of the day is fine: natural juice in the morning, an aperitif at midday, a fresh fish lunch, a mid-afternoon massage, dinner and evening drinks can be taken in the various ambiences offered by this beach.

There are also places considered more hippyish, such as Caló d’en Serra, Benirràs, S’Estanyol or the spectacular cliffs of Punta Galera. Along the coast there are small, rarely visited coves and picturesque spots, such as S’Illot des Renclí, Pou des Lleó, Cala Carbó, Ses Boques or Cala Codolar. Platja d’en Bossa is the longest beach on the island and also offers things that can only be found on Ibiza: from a disco atmosphere in the midday sun, through glamorous restaurants to bars and shops of all kinds.

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