104 Ibiza Beaches – Cala Blanca

March 23rd, 2008 - 12:19 pm Posted in Cala Blanca, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

This rocky ibiza beach between Siesta and Cala Llonga is almost inaccessible by any means other than by boat. It is fairly steep as are the cliffs that surround it, but it is definitely secluded.

It is possible to reach the beach on foot from a mini roundabout at the top of the hill that separates the Cala Llonga road from the coastline.

However, the walk is long and the route is un-signposted as it passes through thick forest.

The only reason we went was to report back to you via the site, but we were rewarded by the discovery of a tunnel through the hillside that finally brings you out onto the beach.

Tomorrows Ibiza beach is Cala Boix.

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