Cala Xuclà is two kilometers from Portinatx, and is one of the most natural and unspoiled beaches of the island. Although it is easily accessible, it tends to have few visitors. Its waters are crystal clear and the margins are rock, something that will appeal much to diving enthusiasts. It is a quiet, ideal for rest and feel away from the world, cove.
Cala Xuclar has a small sandy beach, old fishermen's huts and a small beach kiosk. It is an enclosed cove, in which both sides are lined with pine trees and rocky areas, which gives to this beach a lovely touch. It is a cove with a mixed type, combining sand on the outside, and rocks into the water.
It is a good place to practice some water sports like kayaking, snorkeling or paddle surfing.
Deck chairs, umbrellas, chiringuito, pedal boats, a beach bar.
Getting to Cala Xuclar
It is reached by car only through road to Portinatx.
To go to Cala Xuclar, head to the north of the island of Ibiza, over 29 kilometers from the city of Ibiza and more than six of the small town of Sant Joan de Labritja. There is no public transportation to this beach, so you'll need to have your own vehicle.
Take the road to Sant Joan / Portinatx and take the detour. It continues for four kilometers and after detours to the left of Cala Xarraca and S'Illot d'es Renclí, see the turning signposted Cala Xuclar. A small dirt road about 50 meters, although bumpy and steep something, we will lead the parking. Parking is relatively small.