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Cala Codolar Beach, South-East Ibiza

A quiet beach in the south west of the island that offer lovely views

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Only a stones throw from Cala Llentia is the small bay of Cala Codolar. The perfect beach if you are looking to escape the crowds for a bit.

Enjoyed by locals as it is not yet very built up or popular this quiet beach, although not entirely covered in the silky white sands we are used to in Ibiza, does have some great rock scrambling round the edges!

There is a snack shack which gives the beach a lively atmosphere. Be warned though there is no lifeguard on this beach and although mostly sheltered it can still be a bit wind affected so be careful not to swim out too far.

Read our review of the beach here.

Water Safety & Clarity

The turquoise blue waters are incredibly inviting, you only have to pass a small barrier of rocks and sea weed to get to them and there are a few clear spots you can nip through. There is no lifeguard on patrol on the beach.

Beach Quality

Some soft white sand but also quite a few rocky areas.


Explore around the headland and see what you can find amongst the rocks, although good footwear is a must here. Flip flops could make this a precarious journey. As there are rocky outcrops on either side of this bay it makes for perfect snorkelling territory. 

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  • Free parking


  • Activities
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

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