Discover why Cala Calada limits beach access now!

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The City Council of Sant Antoni de Portmany has initiated a service for monitoring and controlling road access to Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta beaches starting May 1st, to manage traffic flow and ensure safety during the tourist season. This move, highlighted by Councilor for the Environment Pepita Torres, addresses the high risk of forest fires and the necessity for emergency service access and beach capacity management.

5 things you need to know

  • The service operates from May 1st to October 15th, daily from 9:30 am to 5 pm.
  • It was implemented due to the high risk of forest fires and to ensure emergency access and beach capacity control.
  • The contract for the service is valued at 113,1702 euros annually, including VAT, and is set for two years with an option to extend for two more.
  • Access is controlled through two points and is limited to when parking spaces are full; however, vehicles for the disabled, motorcycles, bicycles, taxis, and local residents or workers are exempt.
  • Alternative beach access includes a regular public transport line by Consell de Ibiza to reduce private vehicle use.

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