Cala Llentrisca - Remote and difficult to reach
It is one of the most remote bays of Ibiza, hidden among tree-covered steep rocks which slope into the sea. Hardly anybody comes to Cala Llentrisca, where everything has been left to nature apart from a few simple boat houses.
The bay is situated in the south-west of the island near Cap Llentrisca. It is not very easily accessible, as there is only an open dirt track over the cliffs leading to it. By car you can first of all travel from San Josep for about ten minutes to the village of Es Cubells. From there a road above the coast leads to a barrier which you can pass by saying that you would like to go to Cala Llentrisca. You will then reach a little village and a small car park where you will have to leave the car. From there a narrow, stony, steep track over the rocks leads down to the bay and it is advisable to wear appropriate footwear here. From the roughly 400-metre long track there is a superb view of the surrounding coastal scenery and the sea.
Once you have reached the beach you can only hear the sound of the sea. The sandy pebble beach is lined with several boat huts from where jetties lead into the water. Although the sea is crystal clear, care has to be taken when swimming because of the occasional appearance of jellyfish.
Everything you need for your stay at Cala Llentrisca has to be in your rucksack, as everything has been left to nature and there is nowhere selling refreshments and there are no watersport amenities. To make up for this, however, you can enjoy complete solitude here.