Cala Llenya is 10 kilometers from Santa Eulària des Riu, located between Cala Nova and Punta d'en Ribes, and close to urbanization Can Jordi.
Its name refers to the pine forest that surrounds this natural setting and nearly reaches frontline sea. This sea inlet u-shaped ends to touch land in a triangular fine-grained golden sand. At the rear you will find a beautiful pine forest, the dry bed of Torrent d'es Coix and one way, half hidden by vegetation, leading to the nearby Cala Nova, where you can find one of the best campsites in Eivissa.
This clean water shore has a medium slope (at 15 meters from the shore one meter deep register). It is oriented east and receives the brunt of the wind, usually blowing from sea to land and lifting a heavy swell. These wind oblige to take all possible precautions when taking a bath or anchoring boats on the sandy seabed. The nearest port facilities are located at Club Nàutic des Canar.
Beach volleyball is very popular, although its main attractions are water sports such as windsurfing and snorkeling.
Until the summer months is a quiet beach, frequented by families and nice to spend the day.
Deck chairs, umbrellas, showers, restaurant, bar, lifeguards, access for the disabled.
There is a Chiringuito and a lovely restaurant on the beach, and there are more options several blocks from the waterfront, like Anita bar, at the intersection of the church of San Carlos with the road to the beaches Pou d'es Lleó, Cala Boix, Cala Lenya, Cala Mastella, Es Figueral and many more.
There is also a hippie market in Cala Llenya on Sundays.
Getting to Cala Llenya
Only by car, good well paved road, follow signposts from San Carlos. Plenty of free parking sheltered with the shadows of the pines.
From Sant Carles, take the road that runs behind the church. 2 km. later, to the right, you will see the turning for Cala Llenya, with an islet on the road. 400 meters further down, near the entrance to the urbanization of La Joya, there is a roundabout. Turn left and go down to the parking of the beach, set among pine trees.