Ses Boques - Quiet stony beach with a traditional restaurant
Ses Boques is a narrow stretch of beach squashed between a tall cliff and the clear water of the Mediterranean Sea. This stony beach in the south-west of Ibiza can be reached from San Josep in about 15 minutes by car. A winding road, very bumpy in parts, leads down to the car park which is right next to the beach. It is well worth looking out of the car window on the way down, as the hilly coastline and the dark blue sea water are stunning to see.
Shimmering grey, red and brown rocks and the crystal clear sea dominate the landscape at Ses Boques. The beach consists of large, light-coloured pebbles and makes an untouched, rough, natural impression. A few wooden huts nearby and fishing boats on the water round off the charming setting of this beach. There are a few sun-loungers and parasols around to enable you to enjoy a quiet day at the beach in natural surroundings. Further outstanding features of Ses Boques are its remote location and the fantastic view of the sea. The beach is not really suitable for families with small children because of the large stones and it is also not suitable for water-sports activities here.
Ses Boques also has the advantage of a small restaurant right behind the beach where the locals of Ibiza come to enjoy fresh fish in the shade on a rustic terrace.