If you’re looking for paradise, Ibiza is the place. But, if you’re looking for a more specific point on the island… Cala Salada is the answer.
Surrounded by pine trees and just 10 minutes away from Sant Antoni de Portmany, you turn to the left on the road, follow the street until the entrance of Cala Salada, then go down through the forest and there it is, that heavenly spot on Earth: Cala Salada. The place is very popular, so we recommend you to share cars and bring comfy shoes in case you have to park a bit far from the beach. As there are no markets around, remember to bring your sunscreen, fresh water and all you might need to spend the day there, including a bag to take the garbage back with you, unless you want to be haunted by the spirits of your consciousness and the protector goddess of the island, Tanit.
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Ibiza is such a love/hate story for me. It’s so crowded and full Of touristy places with a ”90’s Gran Canaria” vibe. It’s also tacky and tasteless with Miami Beach aestethics all over. However, then there’s the mythical, spiritual, hippie side to the island with retreats and wellness in the spotlight. And, there are amazing beaches with the clearest water. The sunsets are unbelievable… the bohemic side Of the island is really amazing and people are awakened and aware. Thanks for this time 🙏🏻 #namaste #overandout #ibizastyle #lovehatelove #calasalada #calasaladeta #lifeisgood #lovemyjob #ttot #travelphotography #travelgram
Take a bath in its crystal-clear waters, take your best picture of all times, spend a beautiful day at the beach, have lunch or enjoy a cool drink at the typical Cala Salada Restaurant—famous for its paellas—or do it all! And, if you have an adventurous soul, follow the path on the right side of the cala and walk over the rocks for about 5 minutes. The views are amazing and before you notice, you will be in the white-sand, gorgeous little sister: Cala Saladeta.
The sunset views are spectacular and the atmosphere, too. So take your time, enjoy one of the most beautiful calas of the island, and… chill at the sun like lizards do!