Grand Arenal – 110 Ibiza Beaches

May 13th, 2008 - 12:11 pm Posted in Grand Arenal, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

grand arenalThe three beaches / coves in Portinatx: s’Arenal Gran, s’Arenal Petit and es Port – are all idyllic although they’re all located in the main tourist centre of the Sant Joan municipality.

There may be many hotels and apartment complexes near to the beaches, but even the clutches of mass tourism haven’t been able to destroy the raw natural beauty of the landscape. A rocky coastline, pine forests and crystal clear water make for a welcome contrast to the architectural horrors of decades past.

These beaches are perfect for families with children. The distance from the hotels to the beach is short and there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
Children and adults can enjoy themselves in the nearby aquatic park and night owls in this area can still pay a visit to the clubs, just half an hour away by car.

There’s even a hippy market every Sunday starting at 6 pm.
Grand Arenal
The fine sand on the beach makes entering the water no problem, even for the tender feet of kiddies. For fun on the water you can hire pedalos. If you’re more interested in the underwater flora and fauna, you can take a trip in a glass-bottomed boat. In es Port a diving school offers beginner’s courses as well as underwater expeditions for advanced divers.
Our tip is to take a walk along the rocky coast where the quaint charm of northern Ibiza comes to the fore.

To get there follow the signs to Portinatx from the San Juan road.

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