Cala Saladeta, Ibiza

About Cala Saladeta, Ibiza

Cala Saladeta, Ibiza - Address

Address: Sant Antoni de Portmany, Balearic Islands, Spain

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Be advised there are two beaches here, the Cala Saladeta and the Cala Salada.

A little over 7 kilometres north of  Sant Antoni de Portmany are a gorgeous pair of beaches. Their main attraction,  like most of Ibiza’s other beaches are the soft sands, blue waters and bright green trees. It’s a popular snorkelling spot. But they also attract much fewer tourists than other beaches around town. Cala Saladeta, separated from its larger sister by a tiny rock cliff, is easily accessed so long you don’t mind a little climb over the rocks. There are some old fishermen boat huts along the beaches. You won’t find too many amenities here, so you might want to pack your own water, picnic and shade.

There is one seafood restaurant here that also deals in traditional dishes - The Cala Salada. 

Cala Saladeta Information

  • There is a car park, with a walkway leading down to Cala Salada.

How To reach Cala Saladeta by Public Transport

  • Arrive by boat.
  • By Car from Sant Antoni de Portmany, or cycle.

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  • My favourite beach in Ibiza thus far. Hidden around the back of the bay is a secluded sandy beach which makes life seem simple ... Past its blissful seclusion there is also a couple of vendors selling snacks and cocktails. The more cocktails the more the kids seem bearable ... And the closer to sunset you get the more relaxed the vibe. We had a great afternoon and stumbled back across the rocks homeward bound

  • A very nice and secluded beach with two sides to it. Some nice yachts, sailing boats and smaller ribbed boats are docked just offshore. There is a restaurant which looks over both beaches. This beach in the photos is the more accessible beach with the second beach located further round over some rocks.

  • Beautiful beach but you have to climb up a very high rock face to get to it. Very scary if you're not steady on your feet or if you have small children. Also if you require to ring a taxi you may not get a signal in this area to book one.

  • Just one of the most amazing beaches in Ibiza... Short walk over the cliffs from Cala Salada brings you to this small beach with amazingly clear water, an extremely relaxed crowd, and even some convenient mixed drinks and snacks stands (and yes, they're actually good)

  • One of the most beautiful shores of Spain in deed. However, it's not big so it gets full quickly.

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