Sa Caleta is a small, quiet beach fenced in by magnificent red cliffs and bordered by charming fishermen's huts. Its shallow, clear waters make it a great place to bring children and also go snorkelling.
It's also worth mentioning the fascinating Phoenician ruins you can visit for free at the top of the cliff.
- Length: 80 metres.
- Width: 10 metres.
How to get there
You can get to the beach by car, but be aware that the beach car park can be busy in high season.
Sa Caleta's restaurant goes by the same name and is popular among locals to eat seafood.