Cala Llonga

14 JANUARY 2020

Cala Llonga is a bay halfway between the city of Ibiza and the town of Santa Eulalia. It is one of the most important tourist centers of Santa Eulalia around a white sand beach, family atmosphere and with all imaginable services.

You can reach this cove by car, by bus from Ibiza or Santa Eulalia, and of course, by boat with Santa Eulalia Ferry during the summer months: we offer you the regular line with departures every hour with connections to Ibiza town, Santa Eulalia, Es Canar and Cala Pada. And if you plan to stay in Cala Llonga during your holidays, you also have at your disposal the excursion to Formentera, with direct departure from Monday to Friday or via Santa Eulalia on weekends.

This cove is characterized by having a large sand, where you will find sun beds and umbrellas for rent, but you will never lack space to place your towel. The bathing area is beamed and there is a large shallow area, perfect for the kids in the house.

The beach is completely adapted for people with reduced mobility, it also has a lot of parking, showers, wooden walkways, drying areas, park, lifeguards and a variety of restaurants.

In the beach area on Thursdays an already mythical hippy market is established and is usually enlivened with live performances. In high season, the neighborhood association of Cala Llonga sets up a very interesting cultural agenda, street market, outdoor cinema, fair with attractions for children and the only auto cinema on the island.

Hotels, apartments and aparthotels give you the possibility of staying by the sea and some of them with wonderful views towards the sea. To mention some of the most interesting could be Oasis Sa Tanca, of the Typic Hotels hotel group or the Amante beach club restaurant.

All this makes Cala Llonga a great place for a family holiday where young and old will enjoy a pleasant, simple and comfortable rest. A natural environment in the northwest of the island where you can enjoy a terrace, a bath on the beach or a live concert of one of the local groups.

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