Considered by many to be one of the best beaches in Spain, Cala Saona stands out for its marvellous white sands. With totally transparent waters that invite you to snorkel, on this 140-metre long beach you will find all the necessary services, pedal boats, parking, sun loungers, beach umbrellas, beach bars and restaurants.
Located between Punta Rassa and Caló d’en Trull, to the west of Formentera, this beach is part of the Cap Alt Natural Area of Special Interest and nudism is practised here. Years ago, the beach was an important fishing ground that was always full of boats. Nowadays it is a peaceful spot where there are only a few small fishing boat huts. Do you want to know more about this beautiful cove?
Between two cliffs
As you can see in the images that we offer you in our gallery, the beach, apart from its transparent waters and white sands, is characterised by being wedged between two cliffs and for being almost virgin, except for the presence of some tourist establishments.
As if that were not enough, it is one of the few beaches from which you can enjoy the sunset in Formentera from the sand.
Ideal for diving and anchoring
As we mentioned before, its crystal-clear waters make this place perfect for diving or snorkelling, something to which its sandy seabed also contributes. In addition, the marine and underwater conditions are suitable for anchoring boats.
How to get to Cala Saona
To get to this beautiful beach you have to walk almost 3 kilometres from San Francisco, heading southwest. You will pass through fields of fig trees and pine groves until you reach Cala Saona. You can also get there by public transport, with a bus stop half a hectometre away.