Cala Llenya, IBIZA
Cala Llenya is on the east of Ibiza with a beautiful curved beach of golden sand surrounded by pine trees, and is one of the Blue Flag beaches in Ibiza.
It is one of the quieter beaches in Ibiza, even in high season, and has a wide variety of activities and facilities which make it a perfect destination. There is a good range of facilities at Cala Llenya including toilets, showers, lifeguard, sun beds, parasols and wheelchair access.
39° 0′ 53″ N, 1° 35′ 12″ E
WIND & SWELL
This is a small bay and can be exposed to southerly or easterly winds. Its well sheltered in western winds.
ANCHORING / SEABED
The seabed at Cala Llenya is sand.
There are no mooring buoys available at Cala Llenya.
Its possible to approach the beach by dinghy but the beaches are usually very crowded.
The curved beach of soft golden sand leads gently into crystal clear water. The water is shallow for some distance, making it a good location for families with children.
FOOD & DRINK
There is a restaurant and snack bar on the beach.
There are no shops on this beach.
THINGS TO DO
A wide variety of activities is available at Cala Llenya including swimming, snorkelling, pedalos, wind surfing and beach volleyball. There are shaded areas by the pine trees which are excellent spots for a picnic or you could go exploring along the paths leading from the beach.
Cala Llenya is only accessible by car and is a 35 minute drive from Ibiza Town and 30 minute drive from San Antonio. There is free parking close to the beach in a shaded area by the trees.