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Los Molinos: Ibiza Gay Pig Beach
If you fancy a beach definitely much more of the old beaten track than Es Cavallet then check out The Little Beach at Figueretes, but be prepared to work to get there! It can get crowded as well, as it's a popular beach with the late risers aka club staff. This pebble beach cove is situated midway between Ibiza Town and Figueretes, just beneath Puig des Molins. Check out the Gay Ibiza site for full and comprehensive directions, but basically from Figueretes, you head uphill towards Ibiza Town along Calle Ramon Muntaner, which takes you past past the Panoramic apartments, and leads you on past a car park, evolving into a dirt track. Pass the phone box, then turn right down Calle Cirer y Vela, which takes you to the Rosello Apartments. Take Cirer y Vela, essentially a long, terraced staircase, down until you reach a little turning off to the right, pass through two posts. The steps now get pretty precarious, so watch it. Take them to the bottom, and then follow the coastline whilst at the same time, eek, scrambling over rocks and this eventually takes you to a pebble beach where nude beach sunbathing is standard. There are no facilities down here, and in peak season it can get pretty crowded as it's not a big gay beach space.
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Las Salinas: Cala Pluma Gay Ibiza Beach

Quite possibly one of the most iconic of all Ibiza beaches , Las Salinas is a long expanse of soft golden sand surrounded by a nature reserve including sand dunes, pine forests and spectacular salt flats. The sea is particularly salty here, which makes it incredibly easy to stay afloat when in the water, and fabulous for long swims. Dotted with infamous chiringuitos , where DJs spin Balearic beats until the sun goes down, Las Salinas is extremely popular with the jet-set crowd however people from all walks of life - from Spanish families to hippy nudists - all converge on her shores. Continue walking past the beach bars and you'll come to an amazing clearing where the rock formations have been carved into some amazing creations - walk further and you'll find the old pirate watchtower - the area is very popular for nature walks so you won't be alone in your discovery.
Location: From Ibiza Town: 10 minute drive. From San Antonio: 20 minute drive.

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Es Cavallet Gay Beach
Es Cavallet: Best Ibiza Gay Beach

A beautiful long stretch of white sand which is also famously one of Ibiza's 'official' gay nudist beaches and renowned as gay-friendly, Es Cavallet's appeal also lies in its natural beauty. From the dark blue of the sea beside the rocks to the white foam of the waves gently breaking on the shore, it is a stunning location and extremely popular due to its close proximity to Ibiza Town. The beach has no rocks, nudity is allowed, has a big gay beach club (Chiringay) with pumping dance music all day long and of course a large cruising area in the dunes behind the club. Surrounded by sand dunes and peppered with palms, it is also a popular area for those who like to hike and you'll notice plenty of Ibiza types taking their dogs for a play. However one of the most amazing things about Es Cavallet is also the drive in and out - straight through the centre of the famous Ses Salines salt flats and nature reserve, keep your eyes peeled for the flamingos who like to roost in the shallow waters.
Location: From Ibiza Town: 10 minutes. From San Antonio: 20 minutes.

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Chiringay: Gay Bar On The Beach
Rather popular is Chiringay, the gay beach bar and restaurant on Es Cavellet beach with Rainbow flag a top. Lots of variety of dishes here, and there's a juice bar. It's real popular though so in peak season expect to wait a little for your order! The car parks heave as well in peak season so it's advisable to get there early if you're in the car, or why not take the bus if you're based in Ibiza Town. Bus trips are only just over one euro, and there's no need to worry about the odd tipple then! Check the bus timetable web link to the right!

Directions To: Es Cavallet Gay Beach
The beach is directly south of the Airport, just the other side of the salt flats, and the 'pine forest'. Look at any map, pick the furthest point and head there. There are car parks at the northern (straight) end of Es Cavallet beach, and a much larger one to the south west, near the Las Salinas bus stop. Whichever you choose, expect a twenty-minute walk to the gay beach, the most tranquil being through the pine groves from the larger car park. From the Es Cavallet car park - the first road left as you head towards the end of the salt flats (it is signposted), park: Follow the coast (with the sea to the left) until you get to the rainbow flag flying above Chiringay. From the Las Salinas car park (at the end of the salt flats, where the bus stops and turns around), head to the southernmost corner of the car park (usually the furthest point from where you've parked, unless you get there early), and follow the dirt road, which winds its' way down to the gay beach. You will eventually spot the rainbow flag, as you get closer. Es Cavallet is accessible by buses departing from Ibiza Town and Playa Den Bossa. It is a short drive from town however parking and traffic along the very narrow strip of road leading to the beach can prove very difficult in peak season, so a short taxi ride is recommended.