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The beautiful beach of Puerto de San Miguel

Featured Ibiza beach

WHERE AND WHAT?

On the north coast of Ibiza, you'll find the lovely Puerto de San Miguel beach, the old fishing area of San Miguel. Evidence of this can be seen by the rows of fishermen's huts that line this cove. Whilst the beach has a good few hotels around it, once on it, you won't notice them as the waters are lovely and the views spectacular.


WHY GO?

Taking in the view of private island, S'illa des Bosc

It's one of those beaches that gives you a resort feel, as you have lots of amenities although without the thronging crowds of a big resort. Everything is close at hand making it a relaxing destination for families 

This pretty beach is backed by pine-covered rocks and hills and there's natural beauty as far as the eye can see.


THINGS TO DO

This beach truly has it all, from sun-bed lounging, walks to the beach's rocky cliff edge or even up the natural caves of Can Marça. You can use up that adrenaline by trying out a water sport or sampling one of the resort's restaurants: fish lovers adore Port Balansat.

Great views can be had after a climb up the cliffs to see, S'illa des Bosc, a privately owned island. The adventurous will love a hike up to an ancient pirate defence tower that is open to the public, Torre des Molar.  

There are two delightful chiringuitos on nearby, secluded beaches that open in the summertime. Closest is Utopia, a short walk along the coast and famous for selling fresh sardines, and the other on Cala de Sa Ferradura beach (just before the private island) which is popular with water sports enthusiasts. 

Snorkelling is amazing here too.


How to get there

You will need a car to get here, unless you are staying in the resort of the same name. There's a good amount of parking too so you wont have to hike much.

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