S'Illot des Renclí

North & Interior Ibiza

Between Calas Xuclar and Xarraca, just a few metres north of the main coastal road, you'll find the teeny-tiny cove of S'Illot des Renclí. An inviting patch of sand folds into shallow, translucent water that's perfect for swimming, and there's also a well-regarded seafood restaurant here. Just offshore is S'Illot (the Islet) that gives the beach its name. It's 2.5km southwest of Portinatx.

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