Cala Saladeta can be spotted from the neighboring bay of Cala Salada, but getting there is a just a wee bit of a challenge in the peak of summer – be prepared to clamber over the rocky divide! The (potentially sweaty) result is well worth it, when you arrive at the smaller, quieter beach with amazing snorkeling opportunities – after all, a quick dive into the sea and you’re instantly refreshed. There are no tourist amenities or chiringuitos (unless you want to trek or swim back over to Cala Salada), so pack a picnic, bring an umbrella and enjoy the chilled out vibe!
Who goes there?
Those wanting to escape the overcrowded beaches of San Antonio, as well as Ibiza locals and adventurous tourists who are willing to make the trek towards the tranquil bay.
When to go
The trek towards the beach is obviously at its hottest when the sun’s at its peak; avoid peak sunny hours to make the journey more bearable. And another bonus – being on the west side means Cala Saladeta keeps the sun until well after 9pm, when the temps are slightly cooler.
White Ibiza loves
The secluded little beach is ideal for watching the sunset, and it’s just a short drive from San Antonio.
How to get there
Cala Saladeta is located on the island’s west coast, accessible only on foot by climbing over the rocks from Cala Salada.
From San Antonio, head up on the Santa Agnes highway then turn left towards Cala Salada. Go through the gate entry and veer right, following the winding road down the hill and fork left where you will see space for parking and Cala Salada beach. From there, you can see Cala Saladeta bay – walk or swim to reach the Cala Saladeta bay.
From Ibiza Town: 30-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 10-minute drive.