Cala Pada is a beach about 200 meters long in the town of Santa Eulària des Riu.
Although I’m not a fan of “tourist” places, I really liked this beach.
Cala Pada sands are white and the water is transparent and shallow (there are about 20 meters of sand covered with little water).
In the center of the beach there is a small dock from where it’s fun to jump into the water and back up (more for children than for adults, because the water is shallow).
In fact I recommend this beach to families with children; I think it’s an ideal place to play for the little ones.
There are several bars, souvenir shops and small restaurants. I had lunch at one of those restaurants (I can’t remember its name), in one of the tables they have on the sand.
I made the mistake of going to the most requested restaurant (there were just one free table left), and the truth is that the service was very slow and unfriendly, but was justified by the food and the good atmosphere that musicians created (there was a group singing live).
After lunch I went for a walk on the left side of the beach.
First I went to the fishermen’s huts (typical Ibizan boathouses) and couldn’t’ resist taking some pictures doing some yoga poses.
Then I went to a small cliff.
It is a nice area where you can walk and feel the sea breeze on your skin, and there are areas with trees that protect you from the sun.
The truth is that I had a blast!
If you are in Ibiza, stop and say hello around here. 😉
Love and gratitude