This cove is better known as Rincon del Marino or Sa Caleta, although the last is really the name of the small fisherman's cove right next to it. Easily recognizable by the small cliffs of orange earth, it's a sandy beach with crystal clear waters, visited, above all, by locals.
To the left of the beach, on top of the cliffs, discover one of the island's archaeological sites, the Phoenician village of Sa Caleta, set on a small peninsula.
WHY VISIT IT?
The settlement of Sa Caleta is urban, similar to others in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. Its origins date from the end of 8th century B.C. although it seems that previously Sa Caleta had been a seasonal supply base for economic and geographical expeditions to the Pitiusas.
Near the beach, enjoy traditional Ibicencan cuisine at one of the best known restaurants in the area.
And as a curiosity, to the right of the beach, there are certain areas where the earth of the cliffs, if mixed with water, creates a mud that, 'it is said', is good for spreading on your body due to the highly beneficial properties for the skin.
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