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Sa Caleta

Location North east, Ibiza, Spain View on a map
First impression A secret paradise
Editor’s pick Create a DIY mud mask from the healing red clay at the base of the cliff
Food & drink Restaurant Sa Caleta
Where to stay  Can Jondal, Villa Luz, Villa Bardot, Casa Amalia, Villa Vita

To discover this hidden paradise, enter along a wooden walkway between two rustic, red cliffs – it literally feels like stepping into another world. The soft golden sand, clear blue skies, sparkling sea and a rocky headland (where you’ll find plenty of nudists!) keeping Sa Caleta protected from the wind await your arrival. The clear waters are very shallow and great for both snorkelers and safe for children. There are ancient Phoenician ruins on the same property, one of the first ever settlements that have been world heritage listed and well worth a look.

Who goes there?

Very popular with Spanish families, young European couples and nudists.

When to go

Due to Sa Caleta’s protected position, it can get pretty hot and steamy with no breeze between 2pm and 5pm. Try hitting the beach either before or after. It is often overcrowded in August, when Italian tourists make it their second home.

White Ibiza loves

Scraping the healing red clay from the base of the cliff, mixing it with water and creating a DIY mud mask… crisp up on the sand then dive in for silky smooth skin.