Es Codolar is a kilometer coastline area of Codols (Catalan for pebbles), so it's one of the least suitable beaches for bathing of Ibiza. It offers stunning views to the west. On clear days and low humidity, the Valencian coast of the Iberian Peninsula can be watched.
Located in the natural reserve of Ses Salines, this beach usually has just a few bathers, in part because of the noise of planes arriving to the nearby airport of Ibiza (it is an ideal place for airplanes photographers).
Having few people it has become a nudist beach, although officially has not been declared for this use.
The right side of this enormous stretch of coast is ideal for snorkeling.
In the area known as Cap d'es Falco is a charming restaurant. Its name is Restaurant Cap d'es Falco, and is an amazing place to watch the sunset.
Getting to Es Codolar
Access is easy following the road signs, but attention to the last part unpaved. The vehicle can park for free in the surroundings.
To reach Es Codolar, you can take two different paths that will take you to each of the ends of the beach.
In the first way you should go for the airport. Then you follow the detour to the Salinas and, upon reaching the area of the salineras take the turning to Es Codolar.
The other way is following the path to the beaches Sa Caleta and Cala Jondal. Highway passing through an area near the sea, take a small path that will leave you to the beach.