Cala Gracioneta

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Cala Gracioneta, Ibiza, Balearic Islands

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Cala Gracioneta bay
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By Kristie Clarkson, your San Antonio expert

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Expert overall rating:3.9 out of 5
Value for money:
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Recommended for:
Couples, Families with younger children, First-time travellers, Great views / scenery, Nature / wildlife, Relaxation

Expert review of Cala Gracioneta

A quaint, intimate inlet just minutes from San Antonio, but worlds away in terms of beauty.

Shrouded by thick, leafy trees on either side of the rocky bay, Cala Gracioneta is the perfect escape from the madness of San Antonio. It's also a great place for young families thanks to its intimate size and shallow waters.

It’s one of my favourite places to act like a first-time Ibiza tourist, grabbing a lilo (something locals consider tacky but hey, it’s all in good fun!) and just floating the day away on the calm, cool water, stopping for a quick burger and beer break on the beach then floating the afternoon away until sunset.

Price advice: 

Sunbeds are 6 euros and umbrellas 4 euros.

Expert tips: 
Arrive early if you want to score a good position right by the water, as the sandy area is quite small and fills up early.
Takeaway food is available from the chiringuito (beach restaurant), but if you feel like splurging, it’s actually one of the island’s most authentic Mediterranean seafood restaurants.
Bring a snorkel, as there are loads of tiny fish and other marine life in the bay and around the rocky perimeter.
If you feel like exploring, take a walk over the rocks to the left to big sister Cala Gracio – or if you’re like me and don’t want to get out of the water, paddle there on your lilo!

More information on Cala Gracioneta:

Price guide:
Free
Type:
Beach
Address:
Cala Gracioneta, Ibiza, Balearic Islands
Months open:
All year round
Indoor/outdoor?:
Outdoor
Free tags / Keywords:
snorkelling

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