Located on the island’s southern coast, Sa Caleta beach and it’s surrounding cliffs offer the perfect secluded place for a day of relaxing by the sea.
Getting to Sa Caleta can be a bit more difficult that some of the island’s other beaches but making the effort is definitely worth while. You can get here by car but parking is limited to rough ground that can often be quite overgrown and crowded in high season. You can also get a bus from Ibiza town which leaves you with a ten minute walk to the beach.
There’s a very relaxed vibe on Sa Caleta beach and there’s no shortage of loungers and parasols to help you enjoy your time there and you can also get yourself a massage if that’s what you’re after. There’s not a whole lot of activities to do here but it is a popular spot for snorkeling if you’re that way inclined.
Sa Calta has but one restaurant, lucky for them, and it is found at the entrance to the beach. If you’re not into seafood it might be a good idea to bring some sandwiches with you if you’re planning on staying for the entire day.