Mediterranean charisma

Cala Pada

South East, Ibiza, Spain

Cala Pada is one of the raw diamonds of Ibiza. Sparkling, transparent waters are surrounded by a mass of fragrant pine trees, while soft golden sand sits beside red, rocky coastline. Brimming with Mediterranean charisma, the beach itself features a long wooden walkway stretching from the shore into the sea, like your personal path to freedom.

Who goes there?

Cala Pada is very popular with families from the surrounding resort towns.

When to go

Escape the lunchtime hustle and bustle of Santa Eulalia by heading to Cala Pada for a break when the crowds arrive.

White Ibiza loves

Take advantage of the ferries to view the beautiful coastline from the water or for those with the stamina, an even more enjoyable way to reach Cala Pada is on foot, whether from Santa Eulalia or Es Canar – around an hour long beautiful beach walk in total..

How to get there


On the east coast, between Santa Eulalia and Es Canar.


Take the main road between Santa Eulalia and Es Canar then turning right after the Cala Pada hotel. A convenient car park is located right beside the tennis courts. Ferries are available from Santa Eulalia, Es Canar, Ibiza town and Formentera.


From Ibiza Town: 25-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 30-minute drive.