Cala Salada is usually very busy, but you can also visit its neighbour, Cala Saladeta, which tends to be quieter. You can either venture over the rocky promontory that separates the beaches or head down one of the easier paths through the hills.
- Length: 80 metres.
- Width: 25 metres.
How to get there
If you're coming by car, you can follow signs north from San Antonio. The beach has a shaded car park with 65 spaces. From June to September the road to the car park will be closed from 10 am to 6 pm, so you'll need to arrive early if you want to park close and avoid the long walk down to the beach.
From June to September there is a bus service from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm from the bus station in San Antonio. The stop is Can Coix sports centre.
Another popular way of getting there is by taking a cruise, or you can also get a ferry from the port of San Antonio.
The beach has a shop to buy snacks and drinks. At the far end of the beach, there is a popular restaurant named 'Cala Salada' where you can enjoy delicious traditional dishes.