Located on the southwest portion of Ibiza Island, the cove of Sa Caleta is shaped like a horseshoe, the bay of which is line up with numerous homey fishermen huts. Nonetheless, it’s a favorite spot of locals and several travelers to get a tan and swim in its pristine turquoise waters.
A fishermen cove frequented by families, of small size where there is a predominance of dry-dock stalls. You can finish off the excursion visiting the rest of the nearby Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, VII century B.C.; declared Word Heritage.