Cala Boix, IBIZA
Cala Boix is a delightful bay on the east coast of Ibiza with a golden sand beach and traditional chiringuito with a relaxed vibe.
Cala Boix is a small bay located on the east of Ibiza with beautiful views. It’s surrounded by cliffs and pine trees and is one of the less well-known beaches in Ibiza. At Cala Boix you will find toilets, showers, sun loungers and parasols.
39° 1′ 41″ N, 1° 36′ 26″ E
WIND & SWELL
Open to easterly and southeasterly winds. A nice little bay to avoid north easterly winds as its tucked away.
ANCHORING / SEABED
The seabed is sand, seaweed and rocks. Anchoring is possible in sand anywhere outside the swimming area from around 5m deep.
There are no mooring buoys available at Cala Boix.
There is possible entry to the beach at the left side of the swimming area.
The soft, dark, pebbly sand leads into clear blue water that slopes away gently. It is the only beach in Ibiza with dark sand which holds the heat and so you should take care when walking on it – sandals or flip flops are recommended. One end of the beach is used by nudists.
FOOD & DRINK
There is a café on the beach and several restaurants on the road above that are famous for their fish dishes. For stunning views, go to the restaurant at the top of the cliff.
There are no shops at Cala Boix.
THINGS TO DO
Sunbathe, swim, go snorkelling, relax.
Cala Boix is a 30 minute drive from Ibiza town and 20 minute drive from San Antonio. This bay can only be reached by road and there is parking close to the restaurants. Access from the parking area to the beach is down steep concrete steps so not good for people with mobility problems. The tourist train also stops nearby.