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“Worth the cab fare” 5 of 5 stars
Review of Cala d en Serra

Cala d en Serra
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Ranked #13 of 67 things to do in Ibiza Town
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Brooklyn, New York
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“Worth the cab fare”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 10, 2012

Tiny secluded beach. There is a little shack/bar here, it has no electricity or even phone service. You go back up to where there is asphalt, and call cab from there, it wont take long, less than half hour for cab to arrive.

Visited September 2012
1 Thank MashkaNYC
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“Nice beach, well off the beaten track”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 8, 2012

Found out about this beach by searching for beaches on Ibiza online. It's SE of Portinatx and at the end of a road that at first goes past the entrance to a couple of villas before degrading into an unsurfaced track and winding it's way down to the un-finished shell of a large hotel.

It's a nice little beach in a nice little cove which has seen very little development. There is a small beach hut that does drinks and snacks and has a few sunbeds for rent and a hotel that no-one has cared to finish building which has become overgrown with plants.

There were probably only 20 other people there when we went down on a sunday including a few locals. The sand was a little pebbly but not too bad and after a couple of meters in the water the surface becomes rocky underfoot.

Visited May 2012
3 Thank paulwilkinson
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