At only one hundred meter long, Figueretas beach is not one of the longest stretches on the island, however, at almost fifty meters wide there is still plenty of space to have an enjoyable day at the water’s side.
The beach is located in the middle of the Figueretas suburb of Ibiza town so is easily reached by foot but is also serviced by bus and ferry to make getting there nice and easy.
Figueretas is more of a relaxed beach than some of the island’s other beaches and, apart from pedalos and stand up paddling, there isn’t a whole lot on offer in terms of activities. There is however all of the facilities you would expect to find on a busy beach. There’s easy access for the disabled and you’ll find a healthy supply of loungers, parasols and showers to make your time there that bit more comfortable. There’s also a promenade for your strolling pleasure.
Figueretas offers a whole range of restaurants, cafes and bars, many of which are found along the promenade and also along the road at the rear of the beach. If you’re looking for a more upmarket experience you’ll find them at the Ibiza Town end of the beach.