A quiet, small and unspoilt cove, to access this remote beach you have to pass the security check of the urbanization Roca Llisa. This little cove is quiteunknown by many people, despite being allowed access to the public.
This little cove is surrounded by large areas of pine trees and rocks and has emerald and crystalline waters. This ‘cala’ is usually visited by nudists. If you want to rest this a perfect place to go. It’s very close to Ibiza town, so it is an easy and quick escape to the beach to enjoy the sea.
We recommend you to bring water shoes as the sea floor is quite rocky. The sea is very nice with its calm and clear waters, but without proper footwear it is easy to get yourself injured. Don’t forget your diving mask because with its crystal clear waters and rocky floor Cala Olivera is one of the recommendable beaches in Ibiza to dive.
Cala Olivera has a small chiringuito where you can enjoy a great Ibizan sea dish for a very reasonable price. On the right of the beach there are some steps to go up the rocks where you can find more private spots.
LOCATION: South East Coast.
SIZE: 30 meters long, 10 meters wide.
GETTING THERE: It can only reach this beach by car and through urbanization Roca Lisa, arriving at the security checkpoint, you should say, that you go to Cana Olivera and just before the door, turn left after passing a series of buildings, you can see a sign “Cana Olivera” follow this road to the end.
DISTANCES: 6.5 km to Jesus, 9 km to Ibiza, 8 km to Santa Eulalia.