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Beaches in Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia, Ibiza. Fine white sand, busy promenades and fantastic bars and cafes... Santa Eulalia has a serene holiday feel.

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Santa Eulalia main beach

Location: Directly in the resort of Santa Eulalia
Facilities: Promenade, loungers, parasols, showers, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards, access for the disabled (also into the water under supervision of the lifeguards with amphibious wheelchair and walker-rollator), non-smoking beach, free Wi-Fi
Activities: Jet-ski, diving school, windsurf school
Size: 300 metres long, 20 metres wide
Getting there: In the centre of the resort, so easily found. Buses to Santa Eulalia from Ibiza Town and Es Caná, also ferries from Ibiza Town, Cala Llonga and Es Caná. If you go by car, there are parking possibilities in town (read more in our Holiday tips - getting around).

Below the splendid promenade, Santa Eulalia has an extremely good, long, wide beach of fine, white sand drawn from the sea. The waters are clean and shallow, safe for children and inviting for less confident swimmers.

The main beach of Santa Eulalia is entirely smoke-free in a bid to keep the sands pristine for all who visit it. There are excellent water sports facilities and boat trips available from the nearby marina.

Between the white sand, the well-facilitated promenade and sparkling clean waters, Santa Eulalia beach has the ultimate holiday getaway atmosphere.


Santa Eulalia Bay (Platja des Riu de Santa Eulalia)

Location: At the southern end of Santa Eulalia
Facilities: Promenade, loungers, parasols, showers, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards, access for the disabled, free Wi-Fi
Activities: Pedalos, kayak, SUP (stand up paddle)
Size: 400 metres long, 90 metres wide
Getting there: On foot or bicycle from Santa Eulalia or Siesta, by bus or car from other resorts. In the summer months, there are also boats that operate from Es Caná, Cala Llonga and Ibiza Town to Santa Eulalia.

A broad beach with fine, light-coloured sand at the mouth of the only river in Ibiza. The seabed is shallow and safe for children and the water usually calm. Several beach restaurants line the promenade, which leads into the town centre, only a 10-minute walk away.

At the river, there is a picturesque tiny harbour that's a meeting point for canoeists and sailors. A lovely path leads along the riverbank to a small bridge, over which the small neighbouring resort of Siesta is reached.


Beach bars and restaurants

There are many amazing restaurants in Santa Eulalia, with the resort holding a strong reputation as one of the cultural and gastronomic centres of Ibiza.

Along the long, palm tree-fringed promenade, you'll find a wide choice of dining options for every budget. These range from kiosks selling snacks and drinks to tapas bars and restaurants serving Mediterranean and international food.

It also is home to what is probably the island's highest concentration of ice cream parlours! Towards the south end, along Santa Eulalia Bay, there are more exclusive options.

In the elegant marina, you can dine al fresco on warm summer evenings when the whole marina is lit with sparkling lights and holidaymakers stroll past the exclusive yachts.


Find out more about the resort of Santa Eulalia.

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