Phoenician Village of Sa Caleta. The first village on the island
The first known human settlement is located in the Phoenician Village of Sa Caleta
Birth of Ibiza
Other places to discover in the surroundings of Poblado Fenicio de Sa Caleta
The Phoenician village of Sa Caleta is a perfect place to gain access to places of cultural interest
Monument to the salt-mill At 6 Km
For centuries, the island’s main economic activity was based on the salt trade.
Sant Francesc Church 6 Km Away
The Parish Church of Sant Francesc de Paula is chaired by Sant Francesc d’Estany.
Papelleta d’en Serra 6 Km Away
About five kilometres east of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia we find the “Caserío d’en Serra”.
Other places to discover in the area of Phoenician Village of Sa Caleta
Sant Francesc de s’Estany is a small town at the exit of Sant Jordi de Ses Salines and obligatory place to pass for the beach of Ses Salines and Es Cavalleria.
Sant Jordi de Ses Salines is one of the most industrialized parishes on the island.
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is a village nestled among mountains, although its extension and economic importance make it a suitable place for both lovers of the countryside and lovers of the sea.
Belonging to the municipality of Sant Josep, we find Cala Bol Nou, better known as Sa Caleta.
Belonging to the municipality of Sant Josep we can find the beach d’es Colodar about ten kilometers from Ibiza and twenty-five of the urban nucleus of Sant Josep.