104 Ibiza Beaches – Cala Corral

March 28th, 2008 - 2:10 pm Posted in Cala Corral, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

Cala CorralThis sheltered little bay sits just to the north of the long Cala Tarida beach and is a natural cove that local fishermen have valued for centuries.

It is reached by taking the right turning downhill from the roundabout that is Cala Tarida.

At the foot of the hill you will find a small harbour for a couple of dozen boats, which you will need to negotiate in order to reach the cove.

The bay into which the harbour empties is semi-circular and dominated more by small boats than beach lovers.

It is a real contrast to the busy main beach of Cala Tarida.

Tommorrow’s Ibiza beach is Cala d’Hort – the best place on the island to sit and stare at Es Vedra…

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