Corona Life's A Beach – JOE's favourite Ibiza beaches
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If you've finished up school/college/dossing at work for the year and are thinking of heading away for some sun, sea, sand and cerveza, then look no further than some of the incredible beaches that Ibiza has to offer. If you've already booked your flights to the brilliant Balearic Island then here are three of the top class beaches that you should check out while you're there.
Just remember to be safe out there and pack your Factor 150 suncream, yeah?
Playa D’en Bossa - The Party Beach
This beach is probably the best one for party-goers thanks to a couple of reasons.
Its long stretch of coastline (more than a mile) makes it the island’s biggest beach but it's also located in Ibiza's most popular resort. By day, beach lovers can enjoy endless sand, lots of space to chill out on, and a plethora of cool bars that provide excellent food, great service and some brilliant music from their resident DJs.
By night, Playa d'en Bossa becomes the focus of the island's clubbing crowd. Superclubs Space and Ushuaia are two of Ibiza's most popular venues and are a must-do for party-goers.
Las Salinas - The Rich and Famous Beach
Known for its beautiful bodies and familiar faces, Las Salinas is the beach of choice amongst the rich and famous.
It's beautiful golden sands are situated on the southernmost part of the island, a quick ride from Ibiza Town and Playa D’en Bossa. The beach is most popular with footballers and it's easy to see why. The beach provides a unique mix of outdoor activities with top-class bars and restaurants. The trendy bars play summer music throughout the day and even serve cocktails right to your sun bed! For the sporty types, pedaloes, speedboats, catamarans and scuba diving will definitely keep you entertained.
JOE can definitely see ourselves becoming best friends with Xabi Alonso whilst sipping cocktails on a speedboat.
Cala d’Hort - The Scenic/Chillout Beach
Some of Ibiza's most iconic images, mainly Es Vedra and Es Vedranell, can be seen from the beautiful and scenic Cala d’Hort. Although it's one of the island's smaller beaches, it is still incredibly busy during peak months because of the exquisite views on offer. Trust us, there is nothing quite like enjoying a sunset with a beer in your hand.
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