Cala Codolar

South Ibiza

Cliff-flanked Cala Codolar is a tiny, sheltered sandy beach at the end of a fiddly (signposted) dirt track, southwest off the Platges de Comte road. The headland to the north usually prevents the water from getting too choppy, and there's a summer chiringuito. Cala Codalar is also the jumping off point for the show-stopping Stonehenge monument, a 10-minute walk south.

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