Cala Nova has retained it’s overall air of being a slightly wild, untamed beach backed by dunes and pines, found a little further up the coast from Es Cana. Camping Cala Nova La Playa has occupied a prime spot just 50 metres from the beach itself since 1984. The site is still run by the same family and offers a really interesting and affordable spot to rest your head and soak up the local atmosphere.
The accommodation on offer varies from tipis and yurts to wooden bungalows and overall has something to suit most tastes and budgets. Camping may be associated with a nomadic lifestyle but you may find little reason to leave with all the entertainment on offer. If you’re visiting with little ones there is the Chikipark where they can play till sundown before a well earned rest. Yoga, dance classes, live music and a bar offer more adult activities. The proximity to the beach means this is an ideal location for a stroll across the sand for a swim or a snorkel. Water sports are on the menu here as well as cycling and trekking. This really is a beautiful spot in Ibiza to connect with the natural surroundings.
The relatively large town of Santa Eulalaia is less than a 10 minute drive south with a large choice of bars, restaurants and supermarkets. The hippy market and night time entertainment venue of Las Dalias is also only around a 5 minute drive away. Look out or local and international acts playing here throughout the summer months, music for the soul till the wee hours.