Las Salinas is a long beach with fine sand and warm, shallow waters. It has an extensive range of shops and services. It is also full of party parades and different vendors selling tickets, fruit, snacks and even clothes.
The beach owes its name to the salt lakes that can be found in the south of Ibiza. Next to the beach, the railway tracks where the trains carrying salt used to run years ago are still preserved.
- Length: 1,000 metres.
- Width: 20 metres.
How to get there
If you're coming by car, you can follow signs for Ses Salines. The road can get quite busy during the summer and blocked up with parked cars. There is a paid car park with shaded bays if you can get a space.
Shops & restaurants
The beach has some luxury bars and restaurants such as Boutique Hostal Salinas, Jockey Club and Sa Trinxa. Some of the cheaper restaurants are at the south end of the beach.