The area of the Natural Park of Ses Salines embraces two of the most visited and emblematic beaches of the island, strongly protected for its high ecological value.
Ses Salines is the most fashionable beach as well as a meeting point for famous people. It’s a very popular beach for its crystal clear waters and trendy restaurants, which give it a really nice atmosphere. It’s an extensive and open beach with fine sand, turquoise tone waters and a very shallow seabed with a very gentle slope, thanks to the Posidonia Oceanica seagrass meadows, declared World Heritage. The whole beach is surrounded by lush juniper woods and white rolling dunes shaped by the gentle breeze that blows from the sea to the inland. A must.
Es Cavallet beach is one of the most famous and pioneering nudist beaches in Spain. Extensive and open, this beach is surrounded by dunes and abundant native vegetation which gives it a wild touch look. Walking along it, you’ll find excellent places to sunbathe and swim in its crystal clear waters. Be sure to visit the Torre de ses Portes tower, at the end of the beach.