Las Salinas 2018-04-04T19:46:40+00:00

Las Salinas

as Salinas is located on the south coast of the island, between Es Cavallet and Cap d’es Falco.&amp Just a few minutes from Ibiza town and the airport, a central and easy to find location.

Las Salinas is one of Ibiza’s most famous landmarks.

What makes it unique?

Among other things, the salt flats, are one of the island’s greatest treasures. Constructed over two thousand years ago by the Phoenicians, salt gathering was a source of work and food for many of the island’s inhabitants. Even today, this area is still used to win salt from the sea by a process of evaporation. Salinas salt, also knows as Ibiza’s “white gold”, is considered to be one of the world’s finest varieties of salt and currently a major export product.

The Las Salinas beach is home to some of the most popular beach clubs on the island, and offers a very entertaining environment for all ages.

Beautiful white sand, clear waters, and a wide selection of water sports can be found here. There are plenty of sun bed and lounge services around, with table service, live music and DJ’s playing. If you’re arriving by boat, Las Salinas is a good spot to anchor. Due to the shallow waters, the boats anchor far out, so its does not shy does who are enjoying the waters. There is also an exclusive boutique hotel located here, which is popular for weddings and private events.

Las Salinas offers much more than the salt mines and a popular beach. Las Salinas is one of two Official Natural Parks in Ibiza. This nature rich and clean environment, consists of serene beauty and is famous for its protected wildlife and untouched scenery.

As a priority for international conservation, Las Salines natural area was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The terrestrial component of the site includes wetlands, sand-dune beaches and well-preserved areas of Juniper forest (Juniperus oxicedrus and J. Phoenicia).

A beautiful and unique area, perfect for walks and recreational experiences. The site harbours eleven species of strictly endemic
plants, seven rare species and eight considered vulnerable by IUCN. More than two hundred species of birds have been reported in the area, of which 171 are migratory species. The marine area is characterized by the presence of dense and very well preserved meadows of oceanic sea grass (Posidonia oceanica). Oceanic Posidonia, commonly called Neptune grass, is an endemic species only found in the Mediterranean basin. The coastal reef of Ses Salines is the highest Posidonia reef reported worldwide, reaching four meters high. It is also known as the biggest organism in the world, measuring an area of 700 square kilometers. An excellent spot for snorkeling or diving.