This beach is made up of a bigger cove, and another smaller one named Cala Saladeta. The two are separated by rocky cliffs. A group of old dry-dock stalls blend into them. They are used by fishermen of the area to shelter their traditional boats, known as ‘llaüts’. Quiet and friendly, it is surrounded by a luxuriant Mediterranean wood. There are many little corners where one can relax, admiring the landscape or bathing in its transparent waters. The sea bed is mostly sand with some areas of rocks. It is situated approximately 4 km away from Sant Antoni, de Portmany on Ibiza.
Posted on March 21, 2013