Cala Salada,Ibiza,Spain

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach

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Introduction:

Cala Salada is a cove on the Spanish island of Ibiza.[1] It is in the municipality of Sant Antoni de Portmany and is 2.9 miles (4.7 km) north of the town of Sant Antoni de Portmany.[2] The village of Santa Agn├Ęs de Corona is 5.4 miles (8.7 km) north east of the beach

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach


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The Caves at Ses Fontanelles:

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach the entrance to the bay, turn off to the right and drive up the camino (dirt track). You will have to park the car and continue on foot up the cliffs to the caves at Ses Fontanelles.

These are famous for cave paintings dating back to the Bronze age. For the explorers amongst you, just before you reach


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Getting there:

Reached only by car, follow signposts North from San Antonio. The road meanders down a steep gradient to this very popular beach. There is now a parking area in the shade of pine trees with a footpath to the beach and parking is not allowed on the approach road. Special parking and toilet facilities are available for disabled people right by the beach

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