This route connects La Savina and Cala Saona and will take you through the Porto-salè area. Start by skirting the Estany des Peix, a small lake with a narrow opening to the sea in which shallow-draft boats can drop anchor, creating the island’s typical marine landscape. It is also an ideal spot for water sports such as kayak and sailing.
Your walk continues through a rural area with fields, dry stone walls and typical houses. As you draw nearer to your destination, you will be surprised by spectacular views from the cliffs. At the end of the road you’ll come to Cala Saona, a natural bay surrounded by low cliffs that provide shelter for a large number of well-kept dry docks. The contrast between the red rock and the turquoise blue of the sea is amazing.
End your excursion by watching the sun set from Cala Saona. On a clear day, you’ll see a glimpse of mainland Spain from this spot.