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Ses Salines

Eivissa, Ibiza

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Summary of the Beach Inspectors
Good looking people, beautiful natural surroundings and rather crowded – the long, sandy beach of Ses Salines in the south of Ibiza is one of the most popular beaches on the island. Locals as well as tourists come here to relax after a long night’s partying. The right atmosphere for the young people here is created by several beach clubs with their sun-loungers on the sand, DJ music and trendy cocktail bars and restaurants. The beach is often overcrowded, but there are smaller, quieter bays among the rocks at the southern end of the beach. Water-sports activities on offer include stand-up paddling and canoes.

Ses Salines - See and be seen

At the southern tip of Ibiza, Ses Salines is a stage for all those people who pay a lot of attention to their appearance and are not frightened to show it. At the beach all eyes are on the young and fit, showing off their sun-tanned bodies covered by a minimum of clothing. Island locals as well as tourists appreciate this somewhat different, trendy place.

Ses Salines is one of the most popular beaches of Ibiza and is in the summer months often overcrowded. It is situated in a conservation area just south of the island’s airport and can be reached by car from Ibiza town in about a quarter of an hour. On the way you will pass the large salt fields which give the beach its name. There is a charge for using the large car park, but parking spaces can also be found along the road. A number of buses offer a service to Ses Salinas and the places where you can catch these include Ibiza town and Playa d’en Bossa.

Near to the car park are a few shops and restaurants. Narrow, wooden walkways lead over the dunes to the beach. Nature can be enjoyed at its best at Ses Salines, sheltered inland by hills covered in pine forests. The fine, light sandy beach here stretches gently into the shallow, crystal clear Mediterranean Sea. At both ends of the beach Ses Salines has a rougher appearance, dominated by rugged rocks which stretch into the water and a stonier surface. A short path over the cliffs leads to several smaller, hidden bays, where you can escape the crowds to relax.

Around the beach are several water-sports outlets, based mainly in small Chiringuitos or tents. There you can hire pedal boats, kayaks, boards and paddles for stand-up paddling, or even a small sailing boat. You can also buy clothing, jewellery and souvenirs from the beach vendors.

Ses Salines gets a lot of its charm from the several beach clubs spread out along the front, where you can enjoy DJ music, sun-loungers in the sand and expensive restaurants. Although it is a similar kind of visitor to those at the party beach of Playa d’en Bossa who comes here, Ses Salines is much more relaxed and it is said that the further south you go the more laid back and way out the people are.

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Dennis
4 months ago
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Ses Salines is suitable for
Every beach is unique. Apart from how the beach looks and its surroundings it is mainly the people and the amenities here which give the beach its character.
Relaxation: 7/10 points
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Here you can simply relax and enjoy the pleasures of life.
Family: 7/10 points
Place 25 of 61
The beach offers family-friendly facilites and is popular with young and old.
Water sports: 3/10 points
Place 6 of 61
Water-sports conditions at this beach are rather poor.
Party: 4/10 points
Place 8 of 61
Only moderate party action here, as not many come to this beach to party.

Atmosphere at the beach
7/10
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8/10
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3/10
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6/10
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We from Beach-Inspector were actually at the beach for you and have spoken personally with the locals to get the complete picture.
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Canoe, Catamaran, Laser, Oxoon, Sailing, Stand-up paddling, Paddleboat
Restaurants, Bars & Water sport providers
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Sa Trinxa

Offer: Food, Snacks, Sun-loungers, Music

Price level: Upscale

Exclusivity: Normal

Clientel: Normal

www.satrinxa.com
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Jockey Club

Offer: Food, Snacks, Drinks, Sun-loungers, Music

Price level: Upscale

Exclusivity: Normal

Clientel: Normal

www.jockeyclubibiza.com/
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Guarana

Offer: Food, Snacks, Drinks, Sun-loungers, Music

Price level: Exclusive

Exclusivity: Normal

Clientel: Normal

www.guarana-salinas.com/es/index.html
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geo coordinates: 38.838823, 1.395355
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