Holidays to Santa Eulalia

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"Santa Eulalia has earned a reputation as the cultural hub of Ibiza and is also a firm favourite with dedicated foodies"

Sunny Santa Eulalia

As one of the largest beach resorts on the Balearic Islands, Santa Eulalia boasts white sand beaches and turquoise seas with excellent facilities close by. This peaceful town is much quieter than the rowdy capital of Ibiza Town, and is excellent for couples and families who want to get away from it all. You fall in love with Santa Eulalia’s picturesque tree-lined promenade along the sandy stretch of beach, after a quick trip from the airport. Here, you can indulge in delectable island gastronomy and absorb the traditional side to Ibiza. A relaxing holiday to Santa Eulalia is one everyone needs and everyone can enjoy.

Santa Eulalia Attractions

With its cultural attractions, fine beaches and family friendly vibe, holidays in Santa Eulalia have something for everyone. To help you plan your holiday to this fantastic resort, check out our list of top things to do.

Ibiza’s Culture Capital

You’ll be spoilt for choice with the selection of hotels and flats in the third largest town of Ibiza. There’s no shortage of beachside properties and friendly atmospheres in Santa Eulalia, though most hotels have a swimming pool for a break from the sand. Here, you’re never too far from a restaurant serving the island’s best dishes and a short stroll from the city centre. The only question you’ll have to ask yourself is if you’d like a room with a view of the sunrise; as Santa Eulalia is on the east coast of Ibiza, there are plenty.

Fun in the Sun

A holiday to Santa Eulalia is one that best serves the needs of those with a passion for sun and a desire for calm combined with the laid-back city atmosphere. Perfect for the whole family – even the little ones – and carefree couples, this town sits up against powdery white sands and the calm sea. Santa Eulalia Beach has plenty of water sports for thrill-seekers to seek their teeth into, like sailing, water-skiing, and even exploring via banana boat. More enthusiastic swimmers can even learn to dive at the school along the promenade and show of their new skills under the crystalline sea. Families with small children can also enjoy the benefits of the beach with shallow waters, clean conditions, and lifeguards up and down the beach. Don’t fret, couples: there are plenty of cosy spots and quiet places for some relaxation. A late afternoon walk along the promenade of Santa Eulalia Beach, when the golden rays of the sun turn everything a bit more romantic, is a sure-fire way to put you at ease.