La Ses Dones beach It's one of those tiny hidden coves in the city of Ibiza that not everyone knows. He Access to her is not too easy, however, to be able to go walking, It is the first choice of many who live nearby. This beach, located between the neighborhoods of es Soto and Puig des Molins, It is surrounded by vegetation.
It is also known as the 'Cova de ses dones' (women's cave) since, formerly, women should bathe separately from men. This was where the women came when they wanted to take a dip.
Today this custom has not only gone down in history, but now Ses Dones beach has become one of the main Ibiza gayfriendly coves.
Does not have more than 30 meters long and about eight meters wide, so it is a space of the most tranquil. If you are one of those who prefer sand floors, this is not your place as it is composed of coarse gravel. Neither is it if you intend to go with children because, in addition to having a somewhat complicated access, you will not find a single service in it. Forget about hammocks, showers or restaurants. Here there is only your presence and that of the rest of the bathers.
Within the water, clean and gentle, you will find the islet of Es Britjot. Many are those who come swimming up to him to jump into the water. This has meant that the beach is also known as the beach 'It's salt de s'ase' (the donkey jump).
If you are going to spend all day here, remember to bring something to drink and eat, because there are no shops or restaurants around.