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Pass By: Playa Cala Salada, Avenida Portmany 4 km, 07820, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza Spain
Surrounded by pine forest hills, the small sandy cove of Cala Salada is a favorite destination for the people of the island and private boat owners. The water is beautiful and clear, shallow and perfect for swimming. The seabed is mostly soft sand. It fills up on the weekends of summer and you see people lying on the rocks that separate Cala Salada from its neighbor Cala Saladeta. You can also jump from the cliffs, but be careful and check the depth of the water first, it is not safe to jump from anywhere (although other people do).
Pass By: Punta Galera, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza Spain
You are fond of nudism. Its stone platforms have become one of the favorite refuges of nudists. If you do not feel like getting rid of the swimsuit, there is no problem: in Spain there is no coastal corner that is only nudist or textile. So enjoy the bath as you please ...
You look for natural spaces. The cove is flanked by cliffs and from it you have beautiful views over the island of Sa Conillera.
You want to see sunset. For its orientation to the west, in Punta Galera you can enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Pass By: Cala Gracio, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza Spain
On the west coast of Ibiza there are a large number of small coves that are half hidden in the irregular lines drawn by the silhouette of the island. One of those charming coves is Cala Gracioneta, which gets its name because of its small size compared to its neighboring beach, Cala Gració.
Look closely, this cove could be one of the most beautiful postcards of Ibiza. Its few dimensions, about 50 meters and its large stretch of sand are an incredible oasis of tranquility within walking distance of the hustle and bustle of San Antonio. The pines are piled around the small bay of Cala Gracioneta, it seems that with the intention of wanting to take a bath in the crystal clear waters of this beach.