Both frequented by tourists who come to discover Ibiza and by locals who enjoy taking a refreshing dip in the water or a warm sunbath on the sand at any time of the day, the beach of Figueretas presents many advantages.
Figueretas, a modern beach, equipped with the best facilities
Easily accessible from the city, Figueretas beach is no less beautiful and natural with its fine sand and turquoise-hued waters. This represents a good alternative for families or people who prefer to stay around the city while enjoying the marine beauty of the White Island. In addition, Figueretas beach offers several services and facilities for the comfort of holidaymakers and visitors: volleyball nets, deckchairs, hammocks, umbrellas, public showers, or even lifeguard stations and access for disabled people have been added. installed to ensure the best possible experience.
Figueretas beach, activities for the most active holidaymakers
In addition to its basic amenities, Figueretas beach offers a wide range of activities for the enjoyment of young and old. Water sports enthusiasts can go on a kayak excursion (for around € 8 per hour) and reach Las Ratas Island and its sandy cove for lounging or its rocky cove for snorkeling. Another route is the one leading through a natural tunnel, offering a beautiful landscape on Dalt Vila, the upper town of Ibiza.
You will also have the option of going on a boat trip to Playa d´En Bossa or to Formentera.
Figueretas, the beach to enjoy the restaurants of the city center
Figueretas is one of the best options if you want to have lunch or dinner in a beach atmosphere while staying in the center. The surrounding restaurants offer reasonable prices for food and / or drink, including the Magnus Playa Bistro which offers Mediterranean cuisine with American influences, where you can enjoy tapas and their unmissable paella. You can enjoy the Soleado terrace and its French cuisine with Provençal notes, the Fusion if you want to taste food from all over the world, or even Little Ibiza for its Spanish and Asian gastronomy.
Figueretas beach and its pretty walks
Figueretas beach also offers the possibility for walkers to take beautiful walks. If you take Carlos Ramón Ferrer’s street, the one that runs parallel to the sea, you will eventually reach the area of the old town of Ibiza which is the gateway to the walled enclosure of Dalt Vila, the upper town. fortified, today classified as World Heritage by Unesco.
Figueretas beach, dates not to be missed
San Juan (Saint John) is celebrated every year at the end of June (normally the 23rd) throughout Spain, where activities for children are organized, with concerts and fireworks. Many local festivals also take place during the month of August where you can taste many culinary specialties and attend folkloric activities and dances around Figueretas beach.