Sa Caleta

Carrer Yondal 2, 07818 Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Balearic Islands, Spain

Die-hard history buffs should visit the remains of Sa Caleta, on the southern coast of the island, a Phoenician settlement that dates from the 7th century B.C. Others may prefer a leisurely swim at nearby Sa Caleta beach, a lovely little creek surrounded by rust-colored clay cliffs, where there’s also a great beach fish restaurant, Sa Caleta, known for its paella.

Written by Gisela Williams

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