Cala Boix, in Santa Eulalia, it is one of those beaches well known by locals but not so much by tourists. It has a dark sand unique on the island of Ibiza. It has the advantage of being very quiet and have good restaurants for lunch or dinner.
You arrive by car from the town of San Carlos, to the northeast, so if you go to the flea market Las Dalias or you're in that area, it's a good choice to escape from more massive beaches or coves. You must take the car or motorbike to get up to her. In the parking lot you will find a somewhat steep staircase that you will have to go down to reach the sand. It is not an advisable place for people with reduced mobility, since it is not well adapted to these characteristics.
Once down you will discover that, being protected by a cliff, surround her beautiful typically Mediterranean pine landscapes, that their blue waters contrast with the darkness of its sand and that its surf, Although it is usually soft on days with little wind, it is something stronger than in other coves or neighboring beaches.
Cala Boix has some Sunbeds and umbrellas that you can rent. You will also have space in the sand to settle in but, before that, one thing to keep in mind! How the sand it's dark here heats up a lot more with the heat of the sun, so watch your feet, do not go to burn yourself.
On the beach there is only one chiringuito Rustic style and quite high that will allow you to perfectly enjoy the views that this environment gives you. If what you want is to eat something more forceful, Cala Boix has a typical and traditional gastronomic offer, very interesting and of quality, in which its seafood. Two very popular restaurants among the residents are grouped around the parking lot: Restaurant Cala Boix, with more than 40 years of tradition in Ibiza, and La Noria.
If you fall in love with the place and want to stay longer, there is a small, modest, family hostel with a moderate price: Hostal Cala Boix.
In short, Cala Boix still maintains that calm and local air that treasures the north of the island.
At the end of the cove, on one side, there is an area where nudism is usually practiced, so if you are used to it, go ahead!