A 3 km Santa Eulalia, Cala Pada is a quiet and welcoming cove, often has a high influx of visitors, both residents and tourists.
Its waters are crystal clear and margins are rock, something that will appeal to diving enthusiasts. Children can swim with confidence, the water is shallow. It is an ideal family beach..
A pine forest on rocky red soil typical from Ibiza is all around the edge of the sand. There is a long wooden walkway starting from the edge and going into the water.
This cove is protected by a breakwater, but when the wind blows from the South, is a windsurfers favorite.
Sunbeds, umbrellas, restaurants, toilets, pedal boats, sailing and windsurfing, diving school, parasailing.
Three small restaurants, with large terraces where to sit in the shade. There is a small fashion boutique too.
Getting to Cala Pada
By car, bicycle, or bus from Santa Eulalia or Es Cana, only 2 kms. Another possibility is to walk along the coast from either of these two places. Parking can be a problem in summer.
You have to take the road of Es Canar (Santa Eulalia part, turning right at the first roundabout exit of the village towards Sant Carles). You spent almost 3 km., after a few hotels with palm trees on the right, you will see an entrance to Cala Pada (indicated and is 50 meters before the turnoff to Punta Arabi double and S'Argamassa). Follow the road until the end and then find the beach.
Cala Pada has parking, the car can stay all day in the shade of a pine tree.