Cala Salada & Cala Saladeta
Surrounded by lush unspoilt nature, Cala Salada and its neighbour, Cala Salada, are two of the most popular coves in Ibiza thanks to their golden sands and crystalline turquoise waters.
Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta, its neighbour, emerge from welcoming inlets that form two pleasant coves with golden sand and crystal-clear waters.
Cala Salada is usually crowded, but after a winding path along the rocky cliff on the shore you'll come to Cala Saladeta, a beach of similar beauty that's slightly quieter.
Although to get from one beach to the other the more daring visitors tend to choose a rather complicated path that practically climbs through the rocks, you'll find a more comfortable path at the top.
- Length: 80 metres.
- Width: 25 metres.
How to get there
To get to Cala Salada from San Antonio by car, all you'll need to do is take the PM-812 road in the direction of Santa Agnes. After a little more than 2 kilometres, you'll take the turning to the left and descend until you reach the coast.
Many people choose to book a boat trip to get to these paradisiacal coves by sea.
Cala Gracioneta (2.2 km) Cala Gració (2.2 km) San Antonio (3.4 km) Es Paradis (3.7 km) San Antonio Beach (4 km)