Cala Bassa is one of beaches most frequented Ibiza for its beauty and for its convenient and convenient access, since you park on the beach. If you do not find parking, you can always go to the parking fee. After paying about five euros they will give you a coupon that you can exchange for a water or a beer in a chiringuito of the zone. If you are staying in San Antonio, in summer you will not need to take the car since there is a regular ferry service that leaves you in the same bay in just 15 minutes.
Is one of the family favorites for the facilities it offers when going with children and for its fine sand and its crystalline waters. In them the fish are clearly seen, delighting the little ones in the house. The water is clean and clear and the closed bay structure of the beach makes it look like an authentic natural pool. The slope at the time of entering the sea is not too pronounced and the visibility on the beach is total from practically any point, so the minors will be safe at all times. It has toilets and with tower of first responders.
There sun loungers and parasols and there is the option of eat dinner o good to snack or drink juice in the restaurants and chiringuitos that it owns. The most popular is without a doubt CBbC Cala Bassa Beach Club, that puts at your disposal three different environments in which to taste the best of Mediterranean cuisine.
Cala Bassa, in addition, it is surrounded by a small forest of sabinas with trunks molded by the air where you can protect yourself from the sun while you read or even take a little nap.
You can also practice watersports such as Flyboard or fly a jet ski. And, if what you're going to do is sit on a comfortable terrace and listen to live music, come to one of their premises. The atmosphere you will find will not disappoint you.
If you plan to spend the day in Cala Bassa, do not be late, since it is one of the busiest beaches in San José.
The bravest ones usually approach the area of the small cliffs that are in the left margin of the beach to jump from them to the sea and to discharge adrenaline.