Ses Illetes, Formentera, Spain
One of the most beautiful beaches in the whole wide world, not just Spain... This is paradise for many that take the effort to travel to the island of Formentera on holidays. Just a 30 minute boat ride away from Ibiza this beach is well known for its crystal clear waters and pristine beaches. No wonder so many celebrities like Kate Moss, Lionel Messi, and Ronaldo make this beach their must visit for the summer holidays.
Cala D'Hort, Ibiza, Spain
Located in the south western part of the white island is this well known beach that has been the centre for many locals and returning visitors to the island. We believe that this has something to do with its proximity to the magical rock of Es Vedra which is said to contain and give out special positive energy. Sunsets are to die for on this magnificent Spanish beach and a must visit for every beach fanatic out there!
Cala Des Moro, Mallorca, Spain
Slightly more remote than others on the list however certainly worth the extra effort. This fantastic beach is tucked away and protected by a strange formation of rock that completely protects this sandy beach. Due to its distant location there are no restaurants nor bars nearby so bring your picknick basket. This gem of a beach used to be a secret for many however is now much less so so avoid the busy hours of the day to fully enjoy this heaven on earth.
Playa Llevant, Formentera, Spain
On the gorgeous island of Formentera we find this haven of peace with the most amazing sandy beach and crystal and turquoise waters. The beach is surprisingly long comparing it to the rest of the beaches on the island it is one of the longest and most comfortable sandy beaches. Llevant offers a great alternative to the Illetes beach for when it gets too crowded there or the wind is in favor for the Llevant side of the strip.
Benirras, Ibiza, Spain
Famous for its Hippy Rituals at Sunset where everyone gathers around. Vibrant music, lots of drinks, and happy people all around. There is a very magical feeling that comes over you when coming to this magnificent beach to enjoy the last rays of Mediterranean sunlight. During the day this is a great place to hang out with plenty of restaurants around to entertain and fullfil your needs for a whole beach day with the family or friends.
Es Calo des Morts, Formentera, Spain
Tucked away at the end of the Migjorn beach is this little bay with some seriously breathtaking views. Calo des Morts in Formentera is truly a gem of a beach, if you are able to get there! It has a sort of magical feel surrounding it as the name means something like "beach of the dead"... So far everyone we know has been there and enjoyed it too the fullest able to relive the experience!
Cala en Porter, Menorca, Spain
Menorca is much less visited than the other island on this list. Maybe this is why they say that this beach has perhaps got the cleanest waters of the balearics... and very clean it is! It is very shallow for quite some distance into the sea. This beach part from being stunning for the eyes is also very easily reachable by car so a great options for those that have trouble moving and for families with young children.
Cala Bassa, Ibiza, Spain
A truly beautiful beach easily reachable to anyone and therefore a great beach option when visiting the island on holidays. With quite some restaurants and bars in the area it is also a great destinations to stay the whole day. Make sure you use lots of sun protection as there is little shade in this part of the island and make sure you come early if you want to avoid the crowds that start turning up at around midday.
Playa Migjorn, Formentera, Spain
The longet strip of beach on the island of Formentera is Migjorn. This beach is not all sand though as there are quite some spots with rocky areas. These rocky areas create great little coves in some areas however that are fantastic to stay in if you are looking to stay out of the wind while sunbathing. Migjorn is also quite famous for nudism as this more authentic part of the island is fairly visited by the more free minded folks!
Cala Llombards, Mallorca, Spain
Quite a journey from the capital of Palma is this very pretty beach tucked away in the cliffs surrounding it. Those who do make the voyage over to this part of the island will not be dissapointed! Pristine beaches and crystal clear waters like all of the other best beaches on our list. A great beach destination with however no real restaurants nor bars nearby so make sure you bring your own!
Cala Conta, Ibiza, Spain
A beautiful beach on the island of Ibiza that is well known for its calm and very clear waters. The beach is a bit tight especially when people start showing up, and has a very particular view of a little dotted island just in front of the beach. A fantastic location to see the sun go down in the evening and enjoy a cocktail or two at the restaurant just behind the beach with some stunning views.
Cala Saona, Formentera, Spain
Sunsets to die for with what could be the most beautiful setting. The shape of the bay, the beautiful water, the boats that stay there overnight and the view on Ibiza and Es Vedra. They all make this beach a serious contender for best beach in Spain. The beach is a decent size but can get quite busy in the summer months as there are some hotels in the area that fill up the beach at around noon, come in the morning or early evening and you should be fine!