Cala Pada, IBIZA
Cala Pada is situated in the north east of Ibiza, only 2km away from Santa Eulalia and Es Cana. A smaller, quieter bay, small pine forests surround this beach on both ends.
A striking feature of the beach is its long wooden jetty, which goes out to the water. There’s always something happening here: watersport activities, lively restaurants, and sailing and parasailing boats often come cruising by.
38° 59′ 31″ N, 1° 33′ 42″ E
WIND & SWELL
Exposed to southerly or easterly winds.
ANCHORING / SEABED
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There are no mooring buoys available at Cala Pada.
Its possible to approach the beach by dinghy.
This beach has soft, light, golden sand, and calm, shallow waters, great for swimming and snorkelling. An isolated swimming area for kids, also makes a great beach for families. The beach is about 200 metres long, and 20 meters wide. The bay is protected by an offshore reef, so it’s great for windsurfing as well. There are facilities like beach loungers, parasols, toilets and parking.
FOOD & DRINK
There are 3 restaurants on the beach, serving local and international fare. Restaurant Brisa de la Mar is popular for its seafood, and Ria Chiringuitio, which often has live music, is a famous spot and is the reason many come to Cala Pada. The Pin Cala Pada restaurant is also well-known, having served Ibicencian food for over 40 years.
There is a small souvenir shop and a fashion boutique. There are also supermarkets inside the hotel nearby.
THINGS TO DO
There are plenty of fun activities to do here, including pedalos, pedal boats, electric boats, catamaran sailing, banana boat, canoeing, kayaking and parasailing. Guided snorkelling tours for the entire family, as well as diving courses are also conducted here. Many come here for windsurfing too.
Buses go from Santa Eulalia, and it’s 10 minutes by car. Free parking is available by the beach. You can also walk by foot from Santa Eulalia, or Es Cana. It’s a beautiful hour-long walk by the beach.