Es Pas de S'Illa beach. A beach with two faces

the beach of Es Pas de S'Illa is actually a step towards the more expensive island in the world.

ES Pas de Silla

is Pas de S’Illa de Bosc is one of the three beaches that make up the Bay of Sant Miquel. Its translation us gives an idea of what we will find. The passage of the island’s forest. And is that is Pas de S’Illa de Bosc is a sandy stretch that still connects a small island covered with pine trees, which is usually not very usual saying is. The island is privately owned, and is considered as the island more expensive in the world. However, the passage to the beach is public, but not for this reason less complicated. Despite the cercaniia of the Cala Moltons Beach, and the beach in Port de Sant Miquel, road access is completely different. We must exit from Sant Miquel to the port de Sant Miquel, and at the third junction on the left, the first on the right when we leave the port, take a path that goes between pines. Once on the road we must surround the mountain which is on the right, leaving the asphalt and taking the dirt road. After completing almost the return, we discover a deviation to the left, torre des Molar, so continue straight. The next turning leaves us, this time, on the Bank of is Pas de S’Illa de Bosc

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We will find in Es Pas de S’Illa de Bosc

The beach has an extension of about eighty meters, practically doubles, by about seventy meters wide. We say double because this stretch is surrounded by water on both sides, with the north face being the most abrupt and lashed by the sea, and the south side, a noble beach overlooking the port of Sant Miquel and much calmer waters. The complicated access makes it have few visitors, although the beach is perfectly marked and even have a bar. On the outside they anchor some boats and, coming from the attractions of the port, some other curious with their canoe is approaching. The motive is no other than to take a look at Illa de Bosc. Another notable point of Es Pas de S’Illa de Bosc is its views, especially the large islet of Illa Murada.

There are no buses that arrive to Es Pas de s’Illa des Bosc so we recommend you to arrive by car to this beach. You can find bargains in our search for car rentals in Ibiza

other beaches close to beach of Es Pas de S'illa

Cala Moltons

Cala Moltens at 523 meters

Cala Moltens is a cove to the north of the island, in the municipality of Sant Joan.

Puerto de San Miguel

Puerto de San Miguel at 701 meters

The port of San Miguel is located in the far north of the island, in the municipality of Sant Joan.

Cala Benirras

Cala Benirràs at 1867 meters

We can find the cove of Benirràs in the municipality of Sant Joan, between the towns of Sant Miquel and Sant Joan, taking the road that joins both parishes.

Torre des Molar

Torre des Molar at 351 meters

Next to the port of Sant Miquel, we find the Torre des Molar, part of the island’s defense project.

Cueva de San Miguel

Caves of Sant Miquel at 605 meters

The caves of the port of Sant Miquel are known as the Caves of Can Marçà.

Iglesia de San Miguel

Sant Miquel Church 3 Km away

This church-fortification dates from the official version of the 17th century, although many authors date their construction in the 13th century, based on the foundations of earlier constructions.

locations in and around Playa de Es Pas de S'Illa

San Miguel

Sant Miquel 3 Km

Sant Miquel is a small village, almost hamlet, located halfway between Sant Joan, municipality to which it belongs, and Sant Antoni.

San Lorenzo

Sant LLorenç 7 Km

Sant Llorenç de Balàfia, or San Lorenzo, is a rural town, with practically no urban nucleus, located in the municipality of Sant Joan.

San Mateo

Sant MATEU 8 Km

When we speak of Sant Mateu, we cannot refer to a people, not even to a village.

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