Sa Caleta or Es Bol Nou is a small cove of San José surrounded by orange cliffs of argillaceous rocks. A favorite of families in Ibiza
Sa Caleta,in the South coast Ibiza, near the airport and 10 minutes by car from beach d'en Bossa, It is a small cove framed by orange cliffs, due to the clay rock of the place. It is surrounded by horseshoe-shaped precipices that provide it with a Single airand create the feeling of isolation and privacy. The beach, also known as Es Bol Nou,has a few 80 meters long and some 10 wide. If you are something adventurous you will find stony but calm places to lie down and enjoy a beautiful day.
But let's go in parts. Sa Caleta is reached by a dirt road, where, at the end, you will find a parking lot next to the Only restaurant of the Creek: Sa Caleta restaurant.This open all year long and is known by tourists and residents for their delicious Rice and fish. In summer, they enable Shady area surrounded by pine trees where you can take any snack and give yourself a massage while you listen to the waves. Here it is very typical to take the famous Cafe Caleta.
In front of this well known restaurant Ibizan and Mediterranean food You will see a fisherman's boat and next to it a small slope that goes down directly to the beach. There are some tablets placed on the slope to make the descent or the climb easier, but it is not perfect for people with reduced mobility. Once in the cove you will see that there are Few hammocks. The part of the cove with sand is scarce, so in summer it is quite easy to find it full. If you do not mind lying on stone, on the right and left of the beach you will see more site. In addition, in both areas the practice of nudism.
Halfway through the cove you'll findclay that people often mix with water to apply it to the body. In addition, a few meters away, there is a pier Full of fishermen's houses where you can also bathe and enjoy your shallow waters And in general, of Soft waves.
If you want to make a complete pack and take home some culture, there are, near the pier, someruins of the first Phoenician settlement in Ibiza. It is dated at 654 aC and declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. You can visit it for free.
Sa Caleta is a quiet beach (not so much in midsummer), different and half way Between the airport and Ibiza town, To spend a great day with your family, with children or with friends.
Avoid lying close to the cliff wall because sometimes pebbles are thrown off and can be annoying.