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Cala Boix Beach

Santa Eulalia, Ibiza. A secluded and safe beach with bright waters and high cliffs.

Location: 10 minutes drive from San Carlos
Facilities: Loungers, parasols, showers, restaurants, beach bar, lifeguards
Activities: Relaxation!
Size: 100 metres long, 8-10 metres wide
Getting there: Reached only by car, follow signposts from San Carlos. Parking is good, on rough ground above the beach.

Cala Boix (pronounced 'Bosh') is a picturesque bay, the light waters contrasting well with the quite dark sand. The whole area is enclosed by high cliffs, creating a feeling of privacy. It's a steep descent down concrete steps to reach the sand, so it could prove difficult for those with mobility problems.

For the more active beach lovers, with the right wind Cala Boix is also a decent spot for a bit of bodysurfing.

Tip: The dark sand absorbs heat easily, so make sure you bring some beach-friendly footwear or you could have a painful time running for an icecream at 2pm!

Beach bars and restaurants:

There is one small café right on the beach, with three popular restaurants on the road above. Cala Boix is a very popular place to eat for the locals as the three restaurants gathered around the parking area are all famed for their fish dishes, including Restaurant Cala Boix and La Noria. If you want lunch with a view choose the restaurant perched on the clifftop over looking the beach - stunning!

Nearest resorts: San Carlos and Santa Eulalia