The beaches of Ibiza all differ from one another. This was low season so there was still place to put a tripod and take the photographs. Cala Bassa is one of the larger sandy beaches on Ibiza, as can be seen in this panorama. It can get very busy in the high season.
Cala Bassa - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Cala Bassa' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Panorama from Cala Bassa in Ibiza. Cala Bassa is a large curved bay on the north west coast of Ibiza with a fine white sand beach, which lies between Cala Roja and Port des Torrent. The beach, which is 250m long, is bordered on either side by rocky outcrops which are popular points for fishing. This panoramic photograph was taken from near the middle of the beach. Behind the beach is a Sabrian pine forest which can offer some shade and pleasant walks.
The bay of Cala Bassa has gentle sloping waters and a sandy bottom, which makes Cala Bassa very popular with families. In the summer months Cala Bassa is a hugely popular beach with families. The beach has a number of facilities including sun bed hire, showers, restaurants and pedalos. There is a large car park right by the beach, and a regular ferry services between Cala Bassa and San Antoio during the summer months.
As can be seen in this panoramic photograph, a large curve of fine white sand with rocky promontories on either side ideal for fishing, backed with shady pine forests good for walking or a cool and peaceful siesta. The shallow, gently sloping waters over a sandy bottom are suitable for games and children. So gentle is the slope that the waters are less than 2m deep even 50m from the shoreline.
By Road: Take the PM-803 from either San Antonio or Eivessa (Ibiza) town to Sant Agusti (San Agustin). From there follow the signs to Cala Bassa.
Ferry: In the summer months a regular ferry service is available between San Antoni (San Antonio) and Cala Bassa. The ferry service takes about 15 minutes.