The uniqueness of this small beach of San Juan resides in that joins s'Illa with the coast of Ibiza. For this reason, has two slopes: one facing the southeast, much quieter as far as its waters are concerned, and another to the northwest, to the open sea. By its characteristics, the former is often more crowded than the second, however, you will not find it crowded with people, but rather you can enjoy the calm which you will not find on other beaches.
It surrounded by cliffs with vegetation and here you can also contemplate the traditional Search by photos: of fishermen.
In the part that looks towards the Port of San Miguel, the sand is of medium grain with gravels and the occasional boulder. The other side is formed by rocks and boulders eroded by continuous swell that is given in it, which makes the access to the bathroom is something more complicated. The water is clear on both sides. If you go with children remember to catch diving glasses and water shoes They will thank you!
Es Pas de s'Illa has few sunbeds and umbrellas and with a beach bar which has been there for more than thirty years. In it you can eat something of meat, salads or sandwiches and drink something in the worst hours of the day, in which the sun tightens.
Arm yourself with patience to get to the beach since the last kilometer and a half you will walk along an unpaved road that does not stand out precisely for its quality. If you have a 4 × 4 it is time to put it to use.
The curious ones will have noticed that right next to the cove there is a path that leads to a islet of private property in which a luxurious house is located. You will not be able to see more than that since it is well watched.