You’ll love its white sand and crystal turquoise waters and a natural setting of great beauty, a barely undeveloped environment. Under the rocky cliffs at the end of the beach, we found four stone huts where local fishermen keep their small boats and utensils for fishing. The truth is that they give it a very authentic and exotic charisma to the beach.
What especially highlights this placeis the deep green of the trees and the typical Mediterranean vegetation that surrounds the area, creating shadows to protect it from the sun at the hottest hours of the day.
Cala Saladeta is very famous, which makes it a busy beach during the months of July and August. If you go there, you must go prepared with food and drinks because there are no service bars or restaurants. Nearby, across a small path, we can reach Cala Salada that features restaurants.
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