Cala Llentrisca

South Ibiza

This sublime little horseshoe bay, backed by wooded hills, isn't accessible by road, but it's only a 10-minute walk from the nearest parking spot, 4km southwest of Es Cubells village – you'll hit a private urbanización (residential area) barrier, but you should be allowed through to reach this exquisite beach. There are a few fishermen's huts by the shore, but it's mostly blissfully peaceful, with just the brilliant-blue sea lapping the pebble shoreline to break the sound of silence.

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