A beautiful golden pebbly sand beach popular with families, hippies and the tight knit residents of Ibiza's northern community.
Just past San Miguel on the north west coast the beach is surrounded by stunning rocky scenery, and in the distance, in the middle of the sea is the large rock formation of Cap Bernat.
On most evenings the Ibiza sunset is best experienced at Benirras beach, where hippy drummers turn out to beat their drums as the sun disappears below the horizon.
Setting & Location
The beach itself is fairly large in length and in depth, offering plenty of space for you to spread out, even in high season.
Water Safety & Clarity
This bay is sheltered and shallow allowing you to swim out quite a way in safety. There are boats and yachts that approach the beach clubs here by the water so be careful when it is busy.
The soft white sandy beach itself is fairly large, in length and in depth offer plenty of space for you to spread out, even in high season.
Being a sheltered bay it's good for swimming and with rocky outcrops surrounding the waters edge, you can do some good snorkelling here too.
This is a great beach to settle on for the day with plenty to see and do and then the magnificent sunset to enjoy too.