This is a beautiful sandy beach which is a very safe spot for bathing as well as offering a wide range of opportunities for practising water sports. Just a few metres from the beach itself there is a Roman aqueduct dating back to the 1st or 2nd century A.D. which measures 425 metres and was used to bring drinking water from a nearby source on the site of a trading-post.
Location: Located 4 kilometres from Santa Eulària.
Access: Very close to Cala Pada the beach is accessed from the same point by following the signposts on the main road which leaves Santa Eulària for Es Canar.
Dimensions: Measures 50 metres in length and is between 7 and 8 metres wide.
Type: Natural sand is here combined with rocky zones. The beach has a raised platform for protection against the sea with sunbeds and umbrellas which makes it ideal for sunbathers. The seabed is a combination of sandy and rocky areas which are perfect conditions for snorkelling.
Services: Located in an area which is both residential and tourist, it has a wide selection of services including restaurants, bars, water skiing, para-gliding, ski-bus, pedaloes, canoes, showers, sunbeds and umbrellas.