You can’t get a more beautiful and dramatic looking beach in Ibiza than Sa Caleta! Surrounded by high, bright red cliffs that shape the beach into a cove and provide a certain level of seclusion, Sa Caleta is a horse shoe shaped cove of paradise. Shallow, shimmering waters are perfect for kids and soft sand is perfect for both laying on and soaking up the sun and playing beach games.
This beach is very popular for many reasons, so in peak season it can get very full, very quickly, especially as it is a much smaller beach than some of the more well-known locations around the island.
Expect to see snorkelers in the sea looking for fish, children playing in the sand and sunbathers on loungers. And if you have worn yourself out partaking in these activities, in high season, a masseur is on hand to help ease away the aches!
This is also popular with historians as it is home to the ruins of Phoenician settlement, the first settlement in Ibiza that dates back to 654 BC.
If seafood is your thing then the beaches one restaurant, also called Sa Caleta, is for you. Nautical themed and serving locally caught seafood all year round, it is popular with locals and holiday makers alike.
Playa d’en Bossa is the closest accommodation to Sa Caleta or if you want a bit more privacy, San Jose has villas to rent all through the season.