Cala Pada is undoubtedly one of the beaches quitest Of the municipality of Santa Eulària in terms of its environment. Reaching it is not complicated, since it is well signposted and even the public transport service It makes stop in her in the summer months.
It is a place great to spend the day with the kids because the The slope of the sea is not too steep, so they can play quietly on the shore without taking too many risks. its water is clear, alternates areas of sand and rocks and it is not at the mercy of strong currents.
La proximity of hotels and hostels it dominates in it, as well as families, tourists of all nationalities who seek, first of all, to spend a quiet day in their hammocks. On the other hand, if that plan is not to your liking, you can also choose to rent a velomar, scuba diving or, if you dare, do 'parasailing' or what is the same, to elevate yourself 50 meters of height above the sea with a parachute dragged by a motorboat.
And if risk sports are not your thing, get a camera and get ready to take a look around the beach. The views from the pier built in the center or the Fishermen's huts Carefully taken care of on one of the sides will help you to take one of the most beautiful shots of your trip.
The restaurants and beach bars located on the beach invite you to stop your day to regain strength. Just before arriving you will see the famous 'It's Pins Cala Pada', with more than 40 years serving Ibicencan food. If you do not want to leave the cove, in the sand itself you will find the restaurant 'Brisa de la Mar'. Typical dishes of Ibiza and the Mediterranean facing the sea.
If all you want is to take shelter from the sun that is so strong during the summer, you can do it under the pine trees that surround Cala Pada.