Cala Codolar, in San José, is a beach for people with preference for little places and lovers of diving in Ibiza
Cala Codolar It is ideal for visitors and hikers who want to enjoy the typical landscape of Ibiza and the tranquility. Although Her beauty, there are not many who know her, so It is not one of the busiest coves of the island.
By the similarity of their names You could confuse it with the beach of is Codolar, however they have little to do beyond their denominations. The existence of much more popular beaches around her have become one of the most peaceful coves Of the municipality of Saint Joseph.
Frequented more by the inhabitants of the island than for tourists, Codola Creek is a ideal place to practice snorkeling. On fondo is dotted with a combination of sand and rocks which brings to the water an amazing tone. Some boats take advantage of the bright clearings of the sea to anchor in them. In the meantime, the outside is surrounded by small cliffs full of vegetation.
The rocks may not make it the most appropriate to go with children, however, if you decide to do so, you can take advantage of other advantages such as little unevenness that the sea possesses or the optimum visibility offered by its small dimensions.
Do not expect too many services on this beach. If you want to eat or drink something, you will only find a place in it: Chiringuito Cala Codolar. Here you can enjoy varied sandwiches, hamburgers or tapas with a good sangria. If you want something more elaborate, you will have to go to a restaurant that is a little higher.
Also owns hammocks and parasols, however, if you do not want to pay for an umbrella, we recommend that you bring one, since there are no areas to guard against the powerful sun.
If this summer you have done with some shoes adapted for water do not forget to put them in the backpack. They will free you from possible slips.
Its own name gives us a clue to discover the composition of this tiny beach. In ibicenco, the word 'còdol' means boulder, hence it has a lot of pebbles inside.
From San José, take the road to San Antonio. 300 meters after crossing San Agustín, on the left, you will find the sign for Cala Conta and Cala Bassa. Follow the first one and, before reaching it, you have to take a dirt road that leads to Cala Codolar.How to get there
By car or motorcycle.
Natural beach of boulders of little transformed landscape.
Length and Width
65 meters and 30 width.
Shore and bottom
In its entirety is composed of large boulders. At one end it has multiple and varied rocky areas. The bottom is of pebbles on the shore and, at a shallow depth, of sand and underwater vegetation.
Orientation and winds
Towards the west, which makes it easy to blow strong winds.