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This is a very busy beach in August and I do mean that literally. We arrived at about 11am and it was packed so navigating down to the water was a bit of a pain however as our intensions were to do some snorkelling and...More
It was worth it the visit!!!
We went to cala salad on a rainy day..but still...it was incredible! We walked all the way opposite the restaurant..towards the sandy beach..the view amazing ..the water incredible.
Over there you can also find a young girl selling fresh...More
Las Salada's water is amazingly blue and we can see the fishes! It is a good place for our sons to jump from the cliff. We always go on the left of the cliff as it is less crowded compared to the right side. The...More
Murky waters, thousands++ (literally) of people dropped by noisy polluting diesel buses going back and forth to the beach every 10min, plus several additional hundreds’ arriving by ‘excursion’ boats!
Sad pollution and destruction of nature. Plenty of other beautiful plans nearby on that side of...More
A beautiful beach. We read that we had to get there early, so we arrived around 9.45am. We were able to park with no trouble in the free car park. Walk down and over the rock to the picturesque beach and get the perfect spot....More
Millions of sweaty tourists, rubbish everywhere and horrible restaurant. Massive car queue only to be told we need to park at a local car park and wait in sweltering heat for a huge bus to take us to this horrible beach. Way back was even...More
The best thing to is to buy a snorkel and mask, jump on a water taxi and for 15 Euros each, go to Cala Salada Beach for the day. It is beautiful and has a very nice restaurant there too. Maybe nip to Lydl and get some beers... More
The best thing to is to buy a snorkel and mask, jump on a water taxi and for 15 Euros each, go to Cala Salada Beach for the day. It is beautiful and has a very nice restaurant there too. Maybe nip to Lydl and get some beers and snacks to take with you and bananas to feed the fish and get them round you in the water.
We found the beers to be a similar price to the UK (3-4 Euro a pint I think) if not slightly cheaper in some places, The meals were very reasonably priced (18-20 Euro for a Steak, 14 euro for Burger and Fries / Large portions) although quality can very between different places. I recommend Ibiza Rocks Bar and Grill to eat great food and have some beers afterwards.
One night, get a load of cold beers from the Spar shop and head over towards the Café Mambo to watch the sunset. That's the best way to enjoy a cold one.
Response from Luidgardo F | Reviewed this property |
The only to get there is by car/taxi, scooter, bicycle, by foot or stretching your finger and asking for a ride! For how long are you planing to stay? If you're staying for a couple of days I would recommend renting a... More
The only to get there is by car/taxi, scooter, bicycle, by foot or stretching your finger and asking for a ride! For how long are you planing to stay? If you're staying for a couple of days I would recommend renting a scooter for several reasons:
1- It only costs like 15-20€ a day and a full tank of petrol only costs 7€
2- It is the best way to get to C Salada and you can actually park close to the beach.
3- you could go to all the beaches around San Antoni and actually go to Ibiza town.
Hope it helps, and if you need anything give us a shout.