The route which connects the centre of Sant Antoni de Portmany with Cala Salada is certainly one of the most attractive of the municipality and of Ibiza. With a length of just over 12 kilometres, this circular route to the seafront promenade in itself constitutes a balcony over the west coast of the municipality. Following the seafront promenade towards Caló des Moro, the offers not only spectacular panoramas over the sea and the island of Conillera, but also several opportunities to take a dip, whether in Caló des Moro, Cala Gració, Cala Gracioneta, Punta Galera, Cala Yoga, or finally Cala Salada or Cala Saladeta. It is also an opportunity to discover the traditional boatyard huts, used to keep fishing equipment and shelter small vessels. To return, you can go back the way you came or take the main route, following the road signs for Sant Antoni. Once in Caló des Moro, you will reach the seafront promenade again, and then the harbour.
Don't miss out on:
* The Port of San Antonio, on our left just after beginning the route.
* The views at Sa Conillera and S'Illa des Bosc. Have your mobile or camera ready - you can even see dolphins!
* At Hostal La Torre, where you can have refreshments, you will see Cap Nunó, an imposingly tall cape.
* Stop in the Sa Galera area. If it is summer you will be able to take a dip in incredible waters and then sunbathe on its stone terraces. If it is winter you will surely photograph its unique beauty.
Starting point: Sant Antoni de Portmany Town Hall
Estimated time: between 3 and 3.5 hours
Distance: 12.3 kilometres
Slope: 77 metres
Comfortable shoes and clothing. Swimwear in the summer season
It is recommended to bring suncream and a hat throughout the year and a windbreaker in autumn, winter and spring. Also bring water and food.