Sa Caleta Beach - Ibiza

Sa Caleta
Sa Caleta
Sa Caleta
Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta is a small cove on the south of Ibiza. The beach is located about 10 minutes from Playa d'en Bossa or 15 minutes drive from Ibiza. It has a small cliff with white sand that gives the appearance of crystal clean water, which makes Sa Caleta a good place for diving.
However, the sand of Sa Caleta is very rocky in many areas, which means that your towel can touch up some rocks.

This tiny cove is filled quickly, usually by local families who are simply looking for a quite place to rest. Among the other points in favor of Sa Caleta its restaurant, Sa Caleta famous restaurant, open all year round, specializing in fish and rice, highly recommended. As a curiosity, in the cliff walls of Sa Caleta, is in some areas a land that mixed with a little water becomes a mud smeared many people for their bodies as they are supposed to have beneficial properties for our skin. It does not hurt to try.

The beach is accessed by an open road, making it easy to access the beach.

Directions: Once past the airport, the road leading to Cala Jondal, in the east, through a path can reach Sa Caleta therefore can get here by car or motorbike. You can also get there by bus but its frequency is not favorable, because it makes a 6/7 day trips.

Current Situation

partly cloudy
Sunrise 07:56:00
Sunset 19:23:00

General Info on Ibiza

Country Spain
Province Balearic Islands
Capital city Ibiza Town
Largest city Ibiza Town (pop. 49,516)
Location Mediterranean
Area 571,6m2 (220.7 sq mi)
Highest elevation 475m (1558 ft)
Highest point Sa Talaiassa
Language Spanish, Catalan
Season start May
Season end November
Currency EUR