In one of the best preserved beaches in Ibiza find the Restaurant Cala Salada. Their Breathtaking views this beautiful sand They will leave you speechless. Sitting on your terrace, surrounded by green pines and turquoise waters, is a luxury that you will hardly forget.
The walls of this family business they contain years and years of tradition and they have already passed more than 30 years since opening its doors to the public.
La typically Mediterranean print which will accompany you during the meal also extends to your dishes. Characterized all because they are made with top quality products, in Cala Salada they emphasize the fresh fish. Can there be anything more appealing in an environment like this? Mediterranean cuisine which has as main protagonists the lobster from Ibiza, paellas, fish stew or the bullit of peix. Whenever they find a product of the day, they elaborate suggestions of the most tempting and, for carnivores, also have dishes created especially for them.
As for their dessert menu, they are not far behind. He house special with iced flan or the 'glorious melon' Fruit filling and ice cream are some of the most refreshing options. Also, if you like the souffle, they also prepare it custom made.
If the day is a great time for have breakfast or taste their specialties, the night has nothing to send you. At sunset the colors that appear on the beach sky leave a stamp of such beauty that you will not be able to resist taking your camera. Note that until the month of April you can contemplate the beautiful sunset from there and, as of mid-August, is seen again. It's the perfect time to ask for a good glass or one of their cocktails and enjoy the calm that this wonderful enclave transmits.
The Cala Salada restaurant team will ensure that you do not miss anything during your visit. In fact, they are also at your disposal if you want to hold an event important as an anniversary, a birthday or a corporate meal.
The restaurant Cala Salada is an establishment well-known by residents that less and less tourists want to get lost.
Be sure to try the caldereta, the bullit de peix or the grilled fish.
From the 10.30 they serve breakfast. To eat they open their kitchen from 12 to 22.30 uninterruptedly.
The first thing to keep in mind is that from 15 from May to 15 in September the access to the cove is restricted. However, if you book your table in the restaurant you will be given a key so you can access the parking. If you are going by car you should take the Santa Inés road and follow the signs. When you see a crossing in Can Pou, turn left and, if you go down, you will see the beach. You can also reach it by bus or regular boat.