Taking the name of the salinera to the south of Ibiza, Las Salinas Beach (Ses Salines) is located at the southern end of the island and has been a star among the beaches of the island.

The long, wide crescent-shaped white sand beach is protected by a pine forest. The water is crystal clear with timid waves on windy days perfect for surfing. In the sand lie small catamarans (for rent) at the southern end of the beach, and walking towards Playa d'en Bossa you will pass a succession of popular bars and restaurants whose gourmet cuisine, attractive clientele and spectacular location more than make up for the exclusive prices. In all the bars you can hear a careful selection of dance music that is projected towards the beach, and they have waiter service to eat and drink on the sand! More to the bottom of the beach you reach a quiet area popular with those who practice naturism and beyond the nudist space there is an expanse of sand with a rocky sea access, home to the always lively Sa Trinxa.

It is necessary to point out that while Las Salinas is always a nice place to rest, it is not so quiet. During the warmer hours of the summer months you will find a continuous parade of handsome boys and girls representing nightclubs, street vendors and street vendors who walk up and down the beach, looking for conversation and business opportunities with people who rest in the sand. In the winter tranquility, Salinas is especially attractive to walk and breathe the pure air of a space protected as Natural Park.