CALA SALADETA Beach, Ibiza

This amazing, white sand and turquoise-colored water cove is located in Ibiza and is one of the top beaches of the Baleares Islands.  Out team has sometimes been asked about Ibiza by people that may not be able to locate Ibiza in a map. Ibiza is the second largest (in size) island in the Balearic islands (Eastern Spain in the Mediterranean coast) 

You can reach this cove through the other uber-famous Salada cove which is usually more crowded and a bit more stressful.

If you are looking for a more secluded and relaxing experience, head over to Saladeta cove.

Activities near this beach

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Q Which city is close to CALA SALADETA?

Ibiza is the closest city to the beach

Q What do red, yellow or green flags mean in the Spanishes beaches?

A green flag indicates that it is safe to bathe in the beach
A yellow flag does indicate however that bathing is not forbidden, but that caution is needed
A red flag indicates that bathing is forbidden.
Black flags are very rarely used and they indicate that the beach is closed. This would only happen in case of natural disaster for instance-

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