Calla Benirras Beach - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama taken from the beach at Cala Benirras on Ibiza. On this day a cool breeze was blowing in from the sea and the air was forming a cloud layer in the valley behind the beach as it was being pushed up the hillsides.
Calla Benirras Beach - FURTHER INFORMATION
Calla Benirras Beach - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Calla Benirras Beach' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Cala Benirrás is more often referred to locally as the Port de Benirrás. It lies at the end of a long, sheltered cove near the Port de San Miguel on the north coast of Ibiza. The area is very beautiful and the beach (150m long and 40m wide) is made of fine white sand. There are 3 restaurants here and blue sunbeds line the beach. Access to the beach is via a walk through the woods in the valley and parking is limited. However, people return to cala Benirrás time after time to enjoy the relative seclusion, clear waters and beautiful sand.
Nearby attractions include the 100,000 year old Caves of C'an Marça.