Santa Eulalia – Ibiza

 

Transfer Time – 50 minutes

Best For – Couples and families wanting a traditional resort away from the club scene

Santa Eulalia is the largest beach resort in Ibiza but it is one of the more relaxing destinations on the island. A cosmopolitan resort with a beautiful marina and an authentic Spanish ambience. Situated on the islands only river, the scenery is beautiful, and also due to its location on the east coast, its very easy to get to other busier resort too, should you wish to leave this little piece of heaven.

Santa Eulalia has got a couple of fantastic beaches, the main beach has been awarded a blue flag award for its cleanliness and fantastic activities on offer. The main beach is soft golden sand, which shelved into the most amazing crystal, turquoise sea. The water is warm and shallow and a perfect and safe place for the little ones to play in. There are many sun loungers and parasols for hire and a great selection of beach side bars, cafés and restaurants offering lunch and refreshments and also a nice break from the midday sun. The water sports on offer in Santa Eulalia are brilliant, they have everything you could possibly want, there is water skiing, jet skis, pedalloes, banana rides, ringos and a fabulous diving centre with tuition for adults and children.

Evenings in Santa Eulalia are relaxed and laid back, although there are plenty bars, pubs, cocktail bars and even a disco, all family friendly and many offering a variety of evening entertainment. Eating out is easy too, with a good choice of restaurants, cafés and snack bars serving until late most evenings. Make sure you try to eat out around the marina, a perfect location to sit and enjoy fine food and wine, whilst watching the fabulous sunset and the hustle and bustle of the world going by, simply perfect. Most holiday makers enjoy the shops at night too, where it is cooler, and you can buy everything from designer sunglasses to Spanish pottery, and there are many local produced souvenirs on offer too.

As we said, Santa Eulalia is perfectly located for exploring this wonderful island, there a 2 water parks in Ibiza, popular with the young and the young at heart, with over 20 slides and chutes to entertain everyone. Ibiza Town is a great place to visit whilst in Ibiza, great for those wanting a bit of culture, the old town in particular has a medieval castle, small winding streets, old buildings and museums, well worth a look. There’s also loads of shops, boutiques and some wonderful places to wine and dine. For the shopper out there, there is the hippy market in Es Cana, every Wednesday the locals fill their stalls with some amazing local crafts, designer clothing and amazing leather good, a perfect place to pick up a bargain. And don’t forget, boat trips in Ibiza are a great way to see the island and its fantastic resorts and beaches.

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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