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Cala Llonga Beach

A spacious, sandy beach borders the small but popular resort.

  • El Pinar Aparthotel
    El Pinar Aparthotel
  • 'Adults' only Fiesta Hotel Cala Llonga
    'Adults' only Fiesta Hotel Cala Llonga
  • Jetty for little ferries
    Jetty for little ferries

Location: 10 minutes drive from either Santa Eulalia or Ibiza Town
Facilities: Loungers, parasols, showers, bars, restaurants, shops, playground, lifeguards, access for the disabled
Activities: Pedaloes, windsurf, waterski, parasailing, diving school, volleyball, playground
Size: 180 metres long, 100 metres wide
Getting there: Reached by car, bicycle, or bus from Santa Eulalia, 7 kms away. Also by ferry from Santa Eulalia and Ibiza Town in the summer months. Official parking places close to the beach and free parking in neighbouring streets.

This is the beach of the popular mini resort Cala Llonga, reached via hair-pin bend winding roads with spectacular views. Wide and sandy, it borders the immensely picturesque bay with tall, pine-clad hills on either side that ensure this resort is sheltered and form a powerful suntrap, making it popular with those looking for maximum bronzing factor! Shallow waters go quite a way out making it safe for children, plus there's the playground area at one end of the beach. Though many take advantage of the umbrellas and sun-loungers on offer, the large sandy area means there is still plenty of room to chuck a towel down on the sand.

Snack bars, shops and restaurants are at either end of the beach and dotted along the road. All are within easy reach making sure you want for nothing!

Beach bars and restaurants:

The beach itself is lined with busy little cafés and restaurants with a good variety of cuisine at very moderate prices. There are plenty of UK, Dutch, German and Spanish visitors and this is reflected in the range of the menus.

The surrounding streets also unearthed some great little restaurants, of particular note, El Deseo Mexican restaurant on the bottom left-hand corner of the road that leads to the beach, just as you turn left to the beach carpark.Vegetarians are well catered for too in Cala Llonga, both at El Deseo and just around the corner at the quirky Can Nut.

A great option just a short way back from the beach is La Casita, a farmhouse restaurant with beautiful views featuring Austrian cuisine.

Nearby hotels and apartments:

There are a host of apartments and hotels in the area, most of them just a couple of steps from the beach itself. The adults only Palladium hotel is a very popular choice, or try El Pinar Aparthotel, open to all and great value for its seaside location.

Find out more about the resort Cala Llonga.



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