Pale sand, shimmering see through waters and plenty to keep you pampered and occupied, Platja de ses Salines is located at the south of the island and is frequented by all manner of holiday makers and locals alike. Sun loungers for the beach relaxers, pedaloes for the gentle explorers and on windier days, body surfers catch a wave or two.
You can learn to dive whilst visiting Las Salinas, building up an appetite searching the waters for fish before heading back up to the shoreline and chowing down on some gourmet food at one of the many bars and restaurants, although be prepared to pay a higher price here, however you will not be disappointed.
The music that drifts out onto the beach is a great mix of modern dance and more traditional Balearic beats and the people follow it out onto the sands where bartenders will bring your food and drink to you.
As with any popular location, where there are punters there are also merchants and Las Salinas is no exception. Expect to be approached by ticket touts and local merchandise sellers on a regular basis, all of which like to chat. Sometimes this can add to the overall atmosphere however if you want a peaceful beach experience, Las Salinas may not be the beach for you.
Don’t worry if your budget is a little tight; Las Salinas has a selection of cheaper bars and cafes just a little walk away at the southern end of the beach, all just as fun and just as atmospheric as the main attractions.
The local boutique hotel, Boutique Hostal Salinas is popular with the club workers and as such is home to a great mix of people from a variety of countries and there is a certain buzz around the area. It is also a great place to engage the workers in conversation and find out the little unknown spots you can discover!
How to get find the beach: Just a short 10 minutes drive from Playa d’en Bossa or Ibiza Town