Cala Salada

Cala Salada

The sandy bed and turquoise seas are among the most appealing on the island. The place is surrounded by pine-forested hills and idyllic sea views. Cala Salada's modest, secluded sandy bay is a favourite among locals and private boat owners. The water is crystal clear, shallow, and ideal for swimming with its soft sand seabed. On summer weekends, this little beach may get quite crowded, with people typically strewn across the rocks that separate Cala Salada from its neighbouring Cala Saladita. This is a perfect vacation place if you want to enjoy picturesque views while enjoying peace and quiet.

Don’t Miss These Places in Cala Salada

  • Cala Salada Beach
  • Cala Salada Restaurant

Things to do in Cala Salada

Beach Visits

Nature abounds here in Cala Salada, with its modest stretch of beach, sunbeds, and clear blue water. The perfect scenery makes it a popular choice for those wishing to get away from the crowds. Ibiza's Cala Salada beach lies in Sant Antoni de Portmany (San Antonio de Portmany), where the beach is well-known in Spain for being exceptionally well-kept and pristine. The place gives visitors the freedom to swim in its crystal-clear seas. Spectacular sunsets may be seen in the afternoon, which sends bright colours throughout the area, illuminating the tiny bay. It is always recommended to bring your camera to capture the breathtaking scenery.


Adventurers who wish to escape the ordinary and have great experiences can hire 360-degree motorboats where everyone can see the beautiful waters as the boat smashes through the waves. A typical feature of this stretch of shoreline is a row of boathouses neatly lined up. Small hand-built jetties serve as makeshift sundecks for several bathers where the boats are parked in front of them.

You may also try snorkelling which could be a fascinating experience for children and adults alike. Seeing different species of fish and corals in the saltwater coves could definitely be an unforgettable experience.


At the further end of the beach, there is a beach restaurant that is quite popular with the locals and serves traditional delicacies such as seafood paella. It also features a shop where you can get ice cream and cool drinks to go.

There is also a beach store in the area where you may buy food and drinks. A renowned restaurant called 'Cala Salada' is located at the further end of the beach which serves great traditional meals. They specialize in lobsters that you can choose directly out of the tank, as well as exquisite bowls of fresh mussels and delectable Spanish cuisine. It's open for lunch and dinner, and it's also a great place to watch the sunset over a bottle of wine.


Cala Salada has a diverse landscape, ranging from thickly forested slopes to majestic cliffs, valleys, and vast fields of Mediterranean crops. However, one component of the place has always fascinated visitors more than any other: the coast.

The coastline of Ibiza is home to beautiful beaches and other natural attractions that draw thousands of visitors and inhabitants each year. Two beaches stand out in this category: Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta where the coves are connected by a track and a footpath along a short stretch of low cliffs. Here, you can snap pictures with your friends with the aquamarine waters as the background.


Cala Salada also boasts interesting routes for hikers and nature lovers. The path begins in Caló des Moro which provides a 12-kilometre trek that takes you to key monuments like Cala Gració and Cala Gracioneta, as well as the viewpoints of Cap Negret and Punta Galera. This is also the beginning point for the Ses Fontanelles path, where the trail is marked at the last curve in the Cala Salada access road. This path leads to the site of Sa Cova des Vi, which has Ibiza’s cave paintings and provides hikers with breathtaking views of the island’s coast.


Cala Salada is situated right next to the shopping places in Sant Antoni de Portmany where you can visit Hippy Markets. Here, you may find a wide range of clothing, jewellery, artworks and vintage products. Markets in this area also have some of San Antonio’s top restaurants and bars where you can dine after shopping for unique crafts and souvenirs.