The Gració and Gracioneta coves are situated between Cabo Blanc and Cabo Negret, near the town of Sant Antoni de Portmany. You will admire its clear turquoise waters in a lush natural setting, which highlights the intense green vegetation.
Cala Gracioneta is one of the best beaches on the west coast of the island, where pine trees surround the small cove on two rocky walls shielding it from the wind. Also from the cove there is a wonderful view of Isla de Sa Conillera as a backdrop.
Small boats usually anchor in the center of the sleeve to enjoy its incredible turquoise waters and the beautiful view of the cove.
Its small size and the absence of wind make the waters very clear and calm, plus the sea here has a very little slope. All of this makes it a quiet and familiar beach highly recommended for those traveling with children. It is a fantastic place for diving.
The small Cala Gracioneta has a nice bar where you can eat delicious dishes; they also feature loungers.
How to get to Cala Gracioneta?
It can be easily reached by car following the signs from Sant Antoni by the PM-812 towards Santa Agnes. If you have no vehicle and want to go by bus, the nearest stop is 1km so you have to walk a bit. This is why this beautiful cove is not crowded.
Information about Cala Gracioneta
Situation:Aprox. 1 km from San Antoni
Consultar: Estado de las playas de Ibiza