A small forest of pine and juniper where you can take a siesta at midday, with fine white sand, clear waters and views of the sunset and the island of Sa Conillera. You will love Cala Gració! 50 metres long and 110 metres wide, it is one of the most beautiful beaches of the west coast. Virtually a natural swimming pool, it has a distinctly family atmosphere, making it perfect if you go with small children. It is located 3 kilometres from the centre of Sant Antoni, but can be reached easily on foot, by car or by bus (L1). Furthermore, on one of its sides you can see a set of typical shipyard huts.
If you take the stairs that go up next to the beach bar and follow the coastline, in a few minutes you will arrive at Cala Gracioneta, another smaller cove, with fine sand and spectacular turquoise colour waters. Take your swimming googles and follow the fish!
In both coves there are restaurants, although Cala Gració also has a lifeguard service and pedalo hire. If you enjoy hiking, you should know that the beautiful coastal route that runs from here connects the urban centre of Sant Antoni with Cala Salada. Don't miss out on it!