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Arriving at Cala Salada

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Cala Salada
Cala Salada Ibiza

There are places on this island that never ceases to amaze even those who have spent years enjoying Ibiza . More for work than for pleasure, I visited Cala Salada after a good meal in Sant Antoni .

We leave the village towards St. Agnes, to the north. Not much loss because if you come from Ibiza, you just have to continue along the village through the roundabouts, in pairs, before reaching the village. If you are already inside, follow the indiciaciones to the health center, and once you reach the roundabout where there are indications of Cala Gracio and Cala Gracioneta , take the dev module, or Punta Galera indicating right or Santa Inés.A leave the velodrome Sant Antoni, and about two miles we found a left turn just before the road was lost in a corner, where there is a signpost .

From here, I began to wish that whatever it was to see, merereciese enough punishment, as the descent to the beachis full of steep slopes with huge curves that sometimes diverge to provide access to homes that are within the cove. To decide not to reverse the direction taken was always steeper, and we were right. At the end of the road began to see cars parked on both sides of the road, which was disappearing to make way for the arena. Not much parking theIndeed, although not many people.

A paradise in Ibiza

After you log in to the beach we found a Red Cross post, although I notice they do not have Biodramina for the way back. I looked to the left, just above the umbrella and saw what seemed like a small bar. I needed to refresh myself. Between food and the little trip was dry mouth. I started to head for the terrace when I saw the bottom of the stall like aa natural wall. And so natural. The wall of the creek was rising at a slope that seemed gigantic. Then I realized that had not yet seen the beach, only gravel that was treading. Rotating the view I found that the vertical wall was actually a slope that was lost at sea a few hundred feet abruptly.

The beach was small, about fifty yards, and terminaba on an artificial platform, with clear water. I saw a boat at the foot of the platform and a wooden device placed at the foot of a rock. At the other end of the cove area outgoing closed with a small island where a couple of moored boats. I asked to bring a water bottle, grabbed the camera and went back to investigate that area.
Upon reaching theplatform, which should serve as a pier, I saw that the water was turquoise. People bathed about twenty yards from the shore on mattresses. The vegetation was sparse on the shore, but grew in abundance about ten meters, from shallow sandy areas. A couple of meters I saw some tourists climb this widget. It was a wooden staircase endiabladambeing narrow and steep, but seen in the field, rather Rocos and abrupt, almost seemed the only option to cross the other side of the cove. That, or take the car back. As the latter did not motivate me, I decided to tie the camera and crossing well.

Cala Saladeta waiting for me, another small beach with fishermen's huts and about thirty feet wide, lookingvery similar to Cala Salada. As the journey on foot seemed somewhat risky, I thought it would be much more practical to seek an arrival across the road. But then, what was going on people in an area so close and risky? Because between Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta beaches there are a few dimensionsvery small, solitary, where only the few people who bother passes from one beach to another looking for the same tranquility as you, in the most isolated of places, with a wind blowing and just where the kiosk (And my water ?) is rather a splendid restaurant and the Red Cross post in front of the hammocks are the only vestige of civilization.

The return was much quieter, especially considering that it was uphill. If anyone is thinking of doing the bike ride, you can be in very good shape. When you reach a second roundabout, the first if we access the beach, we note that the road was entering towards the sea, and was too long and in good condition to be access to a detached house. The Curiosity pudo and continued our way down again, this time the road was much straighter and less pronounced.

At the end of the road we were too high to meet on a beach, so there was only one option. Ibiza is full of coves that you can not see on any map, some can only be reached by boat, and others have not services m & iacute, we define to be considered beaches, but are remote places with difficult access and overwhelming charm. Getting off the car we found we were on a precipice of fifty feet, with a breathtaking view of Cala Salada to the bottom where you could see all its charm.

If the view was spectacular, the surprise came when we look toward the cove. In just about twenty meterss booths lined fishermen. The rest, a lonely virgin paradise, where you only accompanies the echo of your footsteps.

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Accommodation closest to Cala Salada

Hostal La Torre A 1761meters approx.

Hotel Cala Gracio A 2Km approx.

Hotel Marco Polo is one of the most beautiful places in the town of Sant Antoni.

Beaches near Cala Salada

Cala Gracioneta A 2Km approx.

The beach of Cala Gracioneta belongs to the municipality of Sant Antoni and is almost within the urban core.

Marco Polo II A 2Km approx.

Access to Cala Gració can be done on foot or by vehicle, for which we must locate the roundabout at the top of the town center, which we reached by following the signs to the health center.

Caló des Moro A 3Km approx.

Calo des Moro Beach in San Antonio , is one of those places that if we stick to the definition of the beach, we can say that indeed, is a beach.

People closest to Cala Salada

Sant Antoni A 3Km approx.

Sant Antoni de Portmany Ibiza is the nearest point of the peninsula.

Santa Inés A 5Km approx.

Santa Agnes de Corona is a small farming village located in the westernmost part of the island.

Sant Agustí A 8Km approx.

Sant Agusti des Vedra is located between the towns of Sant Antoni and Sant Josep, belonging to the latter town but adjacent to the urban core of San Antonio.

Clubs nearest Cala Salada

Es Paradis A 4Km approx.

One of the main attractions of this club is that you do not have much wiggling if you stay in San Antonio, so you'll save bus travel time.

Discoteca Privilege Ibiza A 13Km approx.

If there is a place in the nightlife known for its enormous size (eight thousand) and his distinctive style, that's the nightclub Privilege Ibiza.

Amnesia A 14Km approx.

The journey along the route of the clubs, few, very few have the history, charism and international relevance of the Amnesia Ibiza.

nearest tourism Cala Salada

Sa Cova des Ví A 1452meters approx.

Located north of San Antonio, then to the beach of Cala Salada, is Sa Cova des I saw.

Capilla subterránea de Santa Inés A 2Km approx.

One of the architectural elements that more work has cost us a visit is the underground chapel of St.

Iglesia de Sant Antoni A 3Km approx.

Is located a few meters from the port and can be accessed from the promenade at the entrance of the village.

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