s’Estanyol – 110 Ibiza Beaches

June 4th, 2008 - 12:24 pm Posted in Ibiza Beaches, s'Estanyol | Comments (0)

s'Estanyols'EstanyolIndividualists wouldn’t be seen dead in a place frequented by the masses. They prefer spots a little further off the beaten track. The more difficult to reach and poorly signposted the place is the better, in their opinion.

The S’Estanyol bay fulfils all of these criteria.

A track that is transformed into a dust trail in the summer leads down to the sea and the PK2 beach restaurant. For years, this bar has been one of the main haunts of the Ibizan “in crowd”.

s'Estanyol

The key to its success is great music, good food and rustic understatement. The owner, Xavier, wouldn’t be best pleased if the community of Santa Eulalia opted to tarmac the road. He likes the potholes. He’s an individualist himself, and he knows that the bumpy access road gives his bar that certain something. Although it might sound odd, this is exactly what his guests come here for.

If you choose to visit PK2 in the morning, you’re in for a surprise: with the exception of a couple of early birds, the place is dead. It really starts to liven up in the afternoons and evenings.

By the way, the way down to the sea is just as rocky and uneven as the road to the beach. However, the view of the craggy coast and the clear blue water more than compensate for the lack of comfort. Mother Nature obviously has a soft spot for individualists.

S’ Estanyol: Take a left on the road from Jesus to Talamanca. Follow the winding road until you see the sign for PK2 on your right-hand side, then follow the track.

Nest Ibiza beach is S’Illa des Bosc

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