The water in Cala Nova is especially clear and transparent and shimmers in different shades of blue and turquoise. There are quite a few fish to be seen. The rocky coast to the left is very nice for snorkelling.
With the right wind, Cala Nova is one of Ibiza's few beaches with decent surf and is, therefore, very popular with the island's few dedicated surfers. Owing to the strong currents and waves, you should be careful when swimming or letting young ones swim in Cala Nova: there are no buoys to mark off the safe swimming zone on this beach.
The surrounding scenery is wild and natural, with a little hill covered in pine trees to the left for energetic walks.
Cala Nova is very popular with the locals, especially on the weekends, which gives it a special flair. Families and large groups of the new Ibiza hippie generation enjoy their days off here, so you can hear a variety of languages spoken.
Admission Ticket Free