Sa Caleta - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama shows the rugged cliffs and tiny beach of Sa Caleta. It is a lovely little cove. In the afternoon sun, the cliffs turn a deep reddish colour, as shown in this panoramic image. A fantastic place to unwind at the end of the day, especially if you have booked a table at the famous Sa Caleta restaurant in anticipation of one of the local fish delicacies.
Sa Caleta - FURTHER INFORMATION
Sa Caleta - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Sa Caleta' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Sa Caleta is a small beach on the southern end of Ibiza, between Es Jondal and Es Codolar beaches. The beach is set among a rugged coastline, and is known locally for the Restaurant Sa Caleta, which does excellent food. Sa Caleta beach is only about 100m long and 10m wide. The beach is very popular with locals at the weekends. Nearby hotels include Sa Caleta Ibiza Hotel. There are numerous luxury villas and apartments around as well, one of the better known being the Villa Mexicana.
Sa Caleta is also important historically as nearby are the ruined remains of the first Phoenician settlement in Ibiza, established around 650BC on a low promontory beside a tiny natural harbour. Sa Caleta has been a Cultural Heritage site since 1993 and in 1999 it was declared a World Heritage Site.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Car: Sa Caleta is 15 minutes from Ibiza town. Take the PM-801 to Sant Jordi and then the PM-803 towards Sant Josep. About 5km out of Ibiza turn left towards the airport and the the signs for Sa Caleta Restaurant just past Torrente de Can Font.
Bus: No 26 bus, 6 times a day.