Cala Llonga – Ibiza

 

Transfer Time – 45 minutes

Best For – Families and couples looking for a traditional resort with a relaxing ambience.

Cala Llonga is situated on the east coast of the island, a beautiful area with pine clad hills and some wonderful scenery. Cala Llonga has been a firm favourite with British holiday makers for many years and people tend to return here over and over again. Cala Llonga is renound for some beautiful sunsets too.

Days in Cala Llonga tend to be lazy days spent relaxing around the pool or chilling out on the beach, reading a book and enjoying a long cools drink. The beach is a beautiful horseshoe bay, sheltered and calm with soft, golden sand and shallow, clear waters. Perfect for little ones to play on and lovely for snorkelling, as the waters are crystal clear. The beach remains uncrowded, even during high season and there are plenty sun loungers and parasols to hire, and a good choice of restaurants and cafés for a spot of lunch and an escape from the midday sun. there are no water sports as such on Cala Llonga beach, however a short taxi ride will take you into Santa Eulalia or Ibiza Town, where you can hire many types of water sports equipment.

Cala Llonga nights are relaxed and laid back, although there is a few lively bars should you wish. The main theme is a nice meal in one of the restaurants, tapas bars or cafés, washed down with local wine and onto a few bars for a drink afterwards. Santa Eulalia is just down the road and offers a much livelier, more cosmopolitan ambience and perfect for a change of scenery. There are a handful of shops and souvenir stalls open til late most evenings too, lovely to wander around when the nights cool down.

Cala Llonga is perfectly situated to get out and about in Ibiza. For those water culture, take the short trip into Ibiza Town and see The Dalt Vila, the medieval part of town and the many historical sights on offer here. For those wanting a fun day out, Aguamar water slides is a fabulous day, fun for all the family or the young at heart. The hippy market in Es Cana is another popular excursion, open every Wednesday, a perfect place to pick up those souvenirs and local crafts, all at bargain prices. Ibiza is famous for boat trips and in particular sunset sailing trips, take out a catamaran and enjoy a meal on board and a glass of wine and watch the spectacular sunsets.

A beautiful setting, a beautiful resort and perfect location to recharge those batteries.

Joanna Baker

About Joanna Baker

23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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