Es Cavallet, IBIZA

Es Cavallet beach is close to Ibiza Town – a 15 minute drive. It is popular with the LGBT community and is Ibiza’s official nudist beach.

Although it’s not particularly accessible by road (parking is difficult) and the bus service only goes to Las Salines, it is still a busy beach that also attracts families and celebrities. It is located in a beautiful natural area which is part of the UNESCO Parque Natural de Ses Salines with pine trees to the west. It’s an unspoilt location with no hotels, shops or facilities found at other beaches close to Ibiza Town. On a clear day there is a wonderful view of Formentera.
There are few facilities at this beach – no public toilets or showers, and no water activities.

38° 50′ 21″ N, 1° 24′ 37″ E



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The beach is open to the south, east and north where there is a small jetty. Anchoring is possible in 5m or less over sand and rock.



There are no mooring buoys available at Es Cavallet.



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Es Cavallet beach is about 1km long with pine trees on its western boundary. The sand is soft and golden and the water is clear. There is a steep slope at the waterline resulting in choppy waves and a slight current so children should be supervised carefully. There are areas of seaweed but these can easily be avoided so you can enjoy swimming. Sun loungers and parasols are available at a cost of around €30 for 2 sunbeds and a parasol.

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There are 3 restaurants at Es Cavallet: Chiringay at the southern end, El Chiringuito to the north and La Escollera beyond that. All are popular and busy during the summer months. Beach vendors sometimes come onto the beach to sell fruit, sandwiches and cold drinks.



There are no shops at Es Cavallet.

To Do


Relax, sunbathe, swim and take in the ambiance of this lively beach. Listen to music, drink cocktails and enjoy the party atmosphere. El Chiringuito holds a start of season and end of season party, both of which are extremely popular.

Beach Access


Es Cavallet is around a 15 minute drive from Ibiza Town. The journey will take you past large salt fields and through a nature reserve to a large car park by the beach. A bus service runs to Ses Salines after which there is a 20 minute walk to Es Cavallet on the footpath that runs along the perimeter of the salt fields. You can also take a taxi from Ibiza Town at a cost of around €25. Be warned that the queue for taxis at the end of the day can be long!

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