Cala Salada is perhaps the most delightful and natural sea shores in Ibiza that appears to have been moderately sound by the overdevelopment of its adjoining regions.
Encircled by pine forested slopes, the little, ensured sandy inlet of Cala Salada is a top pick for inhabitants and private boat proprietors. The water is delightfully clear, shallow and ideal for swimming, and the ocean bed for the most part delicate sand. This little sea shore gets exceptionally occupied on summer ends of the week, with individuals frequently spread across the stones that different Cala Salada and adjoining Cala Saladita. You can likewise bounce from the bluffs, yet kindly be cautious and check the profundity of the water first, it isn't protected to hop from all spots.
Area: 15 minutes drive from San Antonio
Offices: Sunbeds, parasols, showers, stopping, eatery, lifeguards, stopping, latrines and access for the incapacitated
Size: 200 meters in length altogether, 5-30 meters wide
Arriving: Reached via vehicle, transport or water taxi. On the off chance that you travel via vehicle, follow the signs north from San Antonio. The street wanders down a lofty inclination to a little stopping territory, with 65 spaces that are concealed by pine trees, and a trail to the sea shore. Kindly note, that during the high season from the start of June to mid October, the street will be shut down from 09:30 to 17:30. (bikes, taxis, individuals with decreased versatility and customers of the café can pass). So you need to show up before the expected time in the event that you need to overcome.
On the off chance that you leave outside the boundary it is a significant climb down to the sea shore, so we suggest taking the transport or a water taxi. In the late spring months, there is a smaller than expected transport administration from 10:00 to 20:00 from the San Antonio bus stop, with a 'recreation center and ride' stop at the Can Coix sports focus, where there is abundant leaving . Moreover there is a ship administration from the port of San Antonio.
On the rough projection to the privilege is a pleasant stone pinnacle with ways driving over the top to the little edge of sandy sea shore of Cala Saladita. To one side are boat shelters incorporated into the stone. Very much trampled ways driving into the slopes are famous for strolls in this pristine territory.
Caves at Ses Fontanelles are popular for cavern canvases tracing all the way back to the Bronze age. For the voyagers among you, not long before you arrive at the passage to the narrows, go off to one side and drive up the camino (soil track). You should leave the vehicle and proceed by walking up the precipices to the caverns at Ses Fontanelles.
The walk is long, yet the perspectives from the precipices are amazing. The caverns are in reality a greater amount of a shade and are secured by iron bars, which implies you lamentably will not see a significant part of the cavern artworks. Notwithstanding, on the off chance that you actually have the energy, you can move down the gigantic stone strides to the ocean, where you can wash in complete protection. There is a sea shore eatery at the edge of the sea shore which is amazingly mainstream with local people and incredible for customary dishes like fish paella. It likewise has a booth for getting fast frozen yogurts and cold beverages to remove.
At the foot of a pine woods, Cala Salada is perhaps the most delightful and natural sea shores in Ibiza that appears to have been moderately sound by the overdevelopment of its adjoining regions. Here, nature swarms with a little piece of sand, not many sun beds, and clean turquoise water settle on it a famous decision for those hoping to get away from the clamor, rushing about of San Antonio. Develop couples, Ibiza local people, youthful Spanish families and a decent amount of holidaymakers from close by San Antonio. Cala Salada can get pretty occupied from about noon onwards in the pinnacle a very long time of July and August, however for the remainder of the period it's moderately un-swarmed and tranquil at throughout the hours. Watching the nightfall from the vantage point of the rough shoreline between Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta.