Located about 6 km from Sant Josep and 19 km from the centre of the city of Ibiza, Cala Tarida is at 250 metres long and 50 metres wide, one of the most popular coves in Ibiza. With a privileged location, halfway between the San Antonio bay and the city of Ibiza, if you stay at the Tropicana Ibiza Suites hotel you simply have to make a short trip to get to Cala Tarida, as it is easily accessible by road, by car, bicycle or bus.
With a closed morphology, alternating between sandy areas with rocky platforms and islets, Cala Tarida stands out for its contrasts, with urbanised areas combined with a natural environment of great beauty.
White sand and slightly sloped shallows ideal for a good swim
The sand at Cala Tarida is very fine and white, both on the shore and in the water. In addition to the quality of the sand in this cove, the seabed slopes gently making it easy to swim out up to 30 metres, as well as inviting turquoise waters that constantly tempt you to bathe. Another of the characteristics of this beach are the two platforms that emerge a few meters from the shore, which are used by many bathers to explore the fauna that shelters this cove.
Services offered by cala Tarida
- Sunbed and parasol hire
- Boat and jet ski rental service
- Restaurants, bars and shops near the beach
- Lifeguard service
- Disabled access for people with walking frames and amphibious chair
Ideal for sports activities
With its light winds, which almost always blow from inland, Cala Tarida has become a perfect place to practice all kinds of nautical activities. Cala Tarida is also located on the western end of the island, making it possible to extend your stay at the beach until the end of the day, to witness one of the most beautiful sunsets in Ibiza.
Apart from an enviable environment and a wide range of services, Cala Tarida also stands out for offering privileged views of the surrounding area. If you walk along a path located on the left side of the sandy beach you can see the incredible views of this area in Ibiza. Once you descend, going down about 100 metres, Cala Tarida gets disappears to give rise to a small crystalline water cove surrounded by huts.