Es Cavallet – 110 Ibiza Beaches

May 5th, 2008 - 10:52 am Posted in Es Cavallet, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

Es Cavallet
The road to Es Cavallet is a real treat for the senses, provided that you don’t visit the beach at the weekend in July and August, that is – otherwise the queues of traffic might cast a cloud over your plans for the day.

In September, you have a good chance of being able to avoid the traffic and parking problems: enjoy the view of the salt flats and take in the song of the huge variety of different birds that have made this part of the island their home.

Es Cavallet
The typical smell of the salt basins may be new to you, but it is an integral part of the scenery in these parts. The sandy beach and dunes of Es Cavallet are unique. It’s not only biologists and other experts who wax lyrical over the local flora and fauna; even outsiders immediately realise that here Mother Nature still reigns supreme.

Es CavalletEs Cavallet isn’t just breathtakingly beautiful. For years now, it has been a magnet for the in-crowd and a favourite haunt of the rich and famous.

Visitors appreciate its relaxed and international atmosphere, as well as its relative tranquility compared to the neighbouring beach of Las Salinas.

Es CavalletNude bathing is allowed and this is a place where tolerance rules and everyone does pretty much what he or she pleases.
The “Chiringuito Es Cavallet” is located right next to the car park. José Luis, who moved here from Andalusia, has been running the bar for almost 25 years. The atmosphere is relaxed and trendy, and the menu offers a number of dishes to choose from.
The “La Escollera” restaurant is located at the northern end of the beach and is a great choice for foodies with money to spare and a penchant for gorgeous views of the sea.

How to get there: Follow the airport road from Ibiza Town and take the Ses Salines/Es Cavallet exit. Keep driving straight on and turn left when you see the signpost for Es Cavallet.

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