Ses Illetes is located north of the island in the Natural Park of Ses Salines and is considered the best beach in Spain and one of the best beaches in the world in worldwide annual rankings.
It has a very long tongue of fine white sand. Because of its rich underwater ecosystem and its natural surroundings, the beach was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
This beach is an emblem of the island and is usually called by many “the Caribbean Mediterranean” thanks to the whiteness of the sand along the turquoise hues of its waters that create a real paradise. Here, the waters are particularly clear because of the great forest of Posidonia seabed. The beach is also a paradise for divers thanks to the high visibility and the wealth of its seabed.
If you cross the beach to the northern tip you get to the so called “El Pas”, a beautiful spot where you can cross its 200m long swimming or on foot if the tide is low to get to isla de S’Espalmador and enjoy the unspoiled and wild beaches of this natural park.
How to reach Playa de Ses Illetes?
Located north of the island 4 km from Sabina, the best way to get here is on your vehicle, either bicycle, car or motorcycle. On the beach, there is a parking lot.
Information about Ses Illetes beach