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

According To Archaeologists, the Phoenician village Of Sa Caleta was the origin of The current Ibiza. Its archaeological remains are located on a small peninsula to the south of the island, next to the beach also known as Sa Caleta. However, its access is somewhat convoluted if we do not know its exact position. To get to the first slum of Ibiza, take the road that departs from the airport to Sant Josep. A few meters away, a sign indicating the detour to Cala Jondal will allow us To travel the coast visiting the south ends of the beach Of Es cogreenback. Something later, we found the deviation to the beach Of Sa Caleta. We’ll Have to cross a forked dirt road. If we take the road to the left, we will arrive to a nice fishing cove where to leave the car and continue walking. If we take the road to the right, access to the parking of the beach itself, and from here, to a path to access the Phoenician village.
Poblado fenicio de Sa Caleta

Birth of Ibiza

the date of creation of this Phoenician settlement dates back to the eighth centuryBC. The official version guarantees a human settlement with salt as first claims. In fact, this small neighborhood of almost four hundred square meters is located a few steps away from the salt mill, although far enough to avoid the onslaught of mosquitoes. During The seventh century BC, this mini city reaches its peak, becoming an important economic center. Between the years 600 and five hundred ninety, according to Reza in the official annotations, the Phoenicians decide to leave the Phoenician village Of Sa Caleta to move to the Bay Of Ibiza, giving place to the city that nowadays we know.

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

Monumento al salinero

Monument to the salt-mill At 6 Km

For centuries, the island’s main economic activity was based on the salt trade.

Iglesia de San Francisco

Sant Francesc Church 6 Km Away

The Parish Church of Sant Francesc de Paula is chaired by Sant Francesc d’Estany.

Capella d'en Serra

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

San Francisco

Sant Francesc

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.

San Jordi

Sant Jordi

Sant Jordi de Ses Salines is one of the most industrialized parishes on the island.

San Jose

Sant Josep

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.

Beaches near Phoenician Village of Sa Caleta

Next to the Plaza de la Catedral, we will be able to enjoy the views to the beaches of the city Of Ibiza.

Playa de Sa Caleta

Belonging to the municipality of Sant Josep, we find Cala Bol Nou, better known as Sa Caleta.

Es Codolar

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.

In The municipality of Sant Josep we find the beach of Cala Jondal, with more than two hundred meters long and fifteen wide.

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