Sala Salada

Surrounded by pine forested hills, the small, protected sandy cove of Cala Salada is a favourite for residents and private boat owners as no tourist ferries ever get here. The water is beautifully clear, shallow and perfect for swimming, and the sea bed mostly soft sand. This small beach is only 1 km from the house which separate Cala Salada and neighbouring Cala Saladita.

On the rocky promontory to the right is a picturesque stone tower with paths leading over the top to the little fringe of sandy beach beyond (popular with naturists). To the left are boathouses built into the rock. Well trodden paths leading into the hills are popular for walks in this unspoiled area.

The Sunset

Ibiza has one of the best sunsets you will ever see in Europe if not the world. Because we are also on an Island we have a clear view of the Sun setting into the sea, so unless you live on a West coast its not something you see everyday. Believe in the nature that you represent, the way you feel a sunset, a fussion of your inner nature and the natural world. From the terasses of Can Elefant, in this moment, without knowing why you stop thinking.

The Caves at Ses Fontanelles

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach the entrance to the bay, turn off to the right and drive up the camino(dirt track). You will have to park the car and continue on foot up the cliffs to the caves at Ses Fontanelles.

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach the entrance to the bay, turn off to the right and drive up the camino(dirt track). You will have to park the car and continue on foot up the cliffs to the caves at Ses Fontanelles.