Welcome to Cala Bassa
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Cala Bassa it is a sandy beach with rocks on both sides (ideal for fishing), a pine forest that surrounds the beach invites a long walk or a well-deserved nap in the shade. The not very deep, calm and transparent waters make it ideal for water sports. Highly recommended for families with children. The beach is located in the westernmost part of the island, so the water is especially clean and in the afternoon you can enjoy spectacular sunsets in a relaxed atmosphere.
Tip: walk through the pine trees on the right of the beach and follow the path that leads away from the beach. After 5 minutes you will reach some rocks with views to the the islet of Conejera - sa Conillera - and an old watchtower - it is worth the walk. Another alternative is to make your way through the bushes at the side of the bar where the ferries are anchored, walk to the right for 3 minutes and you will reach El Jardín Del Hermitaño full of religious creations. It's in a cave on the cliff.
Services The are two bars and two restaurants located at the back of the beach. Bathrooms and changing rooms (something unusual on the beaches) are available near the bars.
Getting there Cala Bassa is accessible by car (10 minutes from Sant Antoni) following the signs on the Sant Antoni or Sant Josep road. Good chances to park. Or take the ferry from Sant Antoni, it's 15 minutes and there's regular service during the summer. You can also take the regular bus line at the bus stop in Sant Antoni.