Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta form one of the most beautiful coastal areas of all of Ibiza. Don't miss out on them! Located in the Natural Area of Special Interest of Es Amunts, 6km from Sant Antoni, and surrounded by Mediterranean forest, they are practically a natural swimming pool with clear waters and fine sand, especially in the smallest. Along the coast and under the rocky cliffs that separate both coves, several old shipyard huts are found.
Although both have a lifeguard service, only Cala Salada has a restaurant, hammocks and pedalos for hire. You must therefore visit Cala Saladeta with your own food and drink. It is not possible to access it by car, instead only on foot by a path which runs over the cliffs. It is also possible to reach it by sea, but this may be more complex, depending on the skills of each visitor.
Both coves are small, measuring 55 and 75 metres long by 25 and 20 metres wide, respectively. They can be reached by car and also by boat, thanks to the route open during the summer months. Additionally, there is a hiking route between Cala Salada and the urban centre of Sant Antoni.