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Going to an Ibiza beach - take the bus!

The easy and eco way to head to the island's golden sands and crystal-clear waters. 

If you are going to an Ibiza beach this summer 2018 and want to help preserve this gorgeous island, then go by bus with Playas Conectadas - an eco-friendly campaign celebrating good old public transport.

It's easy to see which beaches can be accessed by bus, simply check out the Ibiza Bus website, where all routes are given.

With 30 different bus routes connecting you to Ibiza beaches, you can easily help reduce damage to the environment around Ibiza's shores and forget about parking the car.

Cala Bassa, Las Salinas, Playa d'en Bossa, Cala Llonga, Cala Vadella, Cala Leña and more can all be reached on the bus.

A special bus-only service to two of Ibiza's beaches helps avoid overcrowding and preserves their beauty for us all.

Cala Salada in the west has bus-only access from 10:00 to 18:00 running there and back every 15 minutes from the parking area at Can Coix in San Antonio (map). Just park there and get on the bus.

On Sundays, Benirràs beach is doing the same thing when throngs of tourists head there to see the famous sunset drummers. The service runs between 16:30 to midnight from the parking lot near to the Can Coroner roundabout (map).

Ibiza's government is also considering adding bus-only services to Cala Conta, Cala Vadella and Las Salinas, with a decision to be made this summer 2018.

For now though, just hop on a bus and leave fewer eco-footprints on Ibiza's glorious beaches!


You'll find detailled information about transport on the island in our Holiday tips - getting around.

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