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Discovering the Caves at Ses Fontanelles

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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 Salada bay, turn off to the right and drive up the camino (dirt track).READ MORE

Cala Salada: soft sand & clear waters

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Surrounded by pine forest hills, the small, protected sandy cove of Cala Salada is a favourite for residents and private boat owners as no tourist ferries ever get here.READ MORE

Ses Savines: Charming Restaurant & Lounge-Bar in the sea front

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In this Restaurant facing the sea, located at the furthest point of Santa Eulàlia des Riu bay, you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine with its succulent local specialties, from fresh fish, delicious seafood, stews and rice dishes, salads meats and homemade desserts…READ MORE

Playa Des Riu de Santa Eulària in Ibiza

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Santa Eulalia is known for having the only river of the Balearic Islands, whose estuary has formed this beach and shelters, a small port which houses many boats and is a meeting point for canoeists and sailors. READ MORE