This small cove is practically unknown. Cala Xarraca water is very clean and clear. The rock bottom will enjoy diving enthusiasts. The environment, the blue sea contrasts and the tranquility in it, makes it ideal for couples and families.
Cala Xarraca is a cove in the north of the island of Ibiza, and is well known by diving enthusiasts, since it often has the clearest waters of Ibiza.
Directly in front of this cove there is a small islot, which can be easily reached swimming. Cala Xarraca has great depth a few meters of water, and the seabed is of great interest for divers. Around the island of Cala Xarraca they are also places where you can discover lots of marine life.
It is surrounded by lush pine forests dotted with white houses, arranged in no particular order, and cliffs and rocky roads.
A peculiarity of Cala Xarraca is that, on the left side of it, you have the possibility to have mud baths with healing properties.
These conditions have made it a perfect place for nudists.
The docks of Cala Xarraca
In the right of the cove, we find the area of the docks of Cala Xarraca.
It is a very frequented by nudists and hidden small place not easily accessible. In recent years the beauty of this place has become popular, so it may no longer be one of the best kept secrets of Ibiza.
It is a perfect area to dive and enjoy the seabed full of fish, octopus, cuttlefish ...
Loungers, parasols, restaurant, pedal boats.
A restaurant called Cala Xarraca, a real emblem of Mediterranean cuisine, offers an excellent range of dishes.
Getting to Cala Xarraca
It is reached only by car on the road to Portinatx. Limited parking. Steep road access.
To go to Cala Xarraca, take the road that leads to Portinatx. From Ibiza, at kilometer 17 we find a detour to this lovely cove. Usually there is enough place in the parking. There is also a bus service to get to Cala Xarraca, but the pass frequency is irregular.
The docks of Cala Xarraca, are approximately 200 meters.