Cala Codolar, IBIZA
Cala Codolar is a small, pretty bay located on the west coast of Ibiza, off the beaten track. It has a sandy golden beach which is peppered with pebbles and runs into clear water.
It’s surrounded by cliffs with a clifftop residential area but no buildings adjacent to the beach itself. It’s a popular beach with locals and its location means it does not get too busy. It’s on the flight path into Ibiza so good for plane-spotting, though the aircraft noise is not too overwhelming.
Beautiful sunsets can be seen from Codolar.
38° 39′ 25″ N, 1° 34′ 35″ E
WIND & SWELL
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ANCHORING / SEABED
The seabed at Codolar is sand over seaweed.
There are no mooring buoys available at Cala Codolar.
Its possible to approach the beach by dinghy.
The beach at Codolar is golden sand with pebbles along the coastline. In parts it’s difficult to enter the sea because of these pebbles and bathing shoes can make this easier. The water is crystal clear, making it excellent for snorkelling – you should bring your own equipment. Sun loungers and parasols are available to hire.
FOOD & DRINK
There is a snack bar on the beach at Codolar selling snacks, drinks and a small selection of food.
No shops at Cala Codolar.
THINGS TO DO
Relax and take in the sun. Snorkelling is popular because of the clarity of the water but you should bring your own equipment.
Codolar is only accessible by car as no buses come here. It is not well signposted and is reached by a narrow road. There is a car park close to the beach. It’s around 20 minutes from San Antonio and 35 minutes from Ibiza Town.