THE BEACH OF S’Estanyol
Santa Eulària des Riu – Balearic Islands – Ibiza
Thick coniferous forests surround the beach of S’Estanyol, nestled in one of the least disturbed areas of the island and ideal for surface diving.
It is a beautiful cove surrounded by thick coniferous forests and nestled in one of the most respected areas of the island, despite its proximity to the city of Ibiza and the town of Jesus.
From its left margin leaves a narrow path that borders the shore until reaching a traditional piers used as a solarium by bathers.
Following these paths that wind around the sea, we can also reach the little frequented Cala d’Espart, near the urbanization Roca Llisa, and also enjoy wonderful views along the route.
The small beach of S’Estanyol, ideal for hikers and lovers of surface diving, has a shell shape and dimensions around 70 meters in length by 20-25 in width.
It is formed by middle sands of natural origin and tan color. It is oriented to the Southeast and its winds are normally of the same component.
In its left margin there is a tip in the form of a small peninsula that protects it from the swell, reason why is usually very safe for the bath.
Its bottoms are mixed, with rocky areas with algae and sandy areas near the shore.
It has a snack bar open during the summer season, where crowded parties are sometimes held. They also have hammock rentals and umbrellas and there is free but unpaved parking.