Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Santa Eulalia - Ibiza Travel Guide
Soft powder sand beaches, clear waters, and superb food.
•Santa Eulalia Santa Eulalia is a laid back beach haven.
•It has idyllic scenery, powder soft sands, delicious local cuisine and its own trendy marina with art galleries and designer boutiques. It's far from the madding crowds of San Antonio's West End but like the rest of the island, music and creativity is at its heart.
•There are plenty of cool bars where you can relax and watch the sunset but as one holiday maker puts it succinctly: “The resort itself is very laid back. More suited to families & older people. Don't go if you want disco bars and 2 4 1 offers. More of a cosmopoltian resort.”
•The beaches in Santa Eulalia: Like the rest of Ibiza, famed for their gorgeous sunsets, the aroma of fresh seafoods and fish grilling over charcoal, wicked cocktails and fabulous local bars, a couple of which stay open till dawn. There are lovely walks all along the coast and boat trips around the bay, for snorkelling and to visit nearby Formentor.
•Here is what one of our happy holidaymakers recommends: “We hired a car for a few days, we recommend this, as we found a lovely secluded beach with a really lovely restaurant- Sa Caleta.Also worth a visit was Cala Conti - this is very famous for the wonderful sunsets, we had a really nice meal and watched the sun go down.”
•Eating Out in Santa Eulalia? This really is a destination for food lovers. From traditional tapas and Ibizan cuisine; to plenty of beach side bars and cafes offering a cosmopolitan selection of snacks and nibbles.
•Best restaurants in Santa Eulalia? Our customer's love restaurant street in Santa Eulalia which is unsurprisingly devoted to local and international cuisine. They have many favourites, but the current number one choice is: “Duffers restaurant.15.50 Euro for 3 course meal - all delicious (especially goats cheese starter).”
•What else can I do in Santa Eulalia? Throughout the area there is also a great selection of shops, designer goods, trendy boutiques. The main square, the Ramblas host the famous hippy market every day except Sunday. It's a treasure trove of souvenirs, handmade arts and crafts, jewellery, gifts and local pottery.
•Take a ride on the ferry to one of the various bays around Ibiza. You can also get a water taxi to Ibiza town and boat trips to Formentor.
. ”Hire a car - go to Sant Carles - a charming little village (only about 5km away from the hotel). Then drive on to Cala Llenya - a fantastic sandy beach with waves which the kids will love. Don't miss a visit to Ibiza's old town (Dalt Vila) as it's a step back in time - good choice of restaurants there too.” Commented one of our happy holidaymakers.
•The market at Es Cana is worth a visit on a Wednesday.
•Clubs in Santa Eulalia? Not really, if you want to go clubbing you can get a water taxi into Ibiza town.
•Holidays to Santa Eulalia: We have an excellent choice of holidays in Santa Eulalia.
•Hotels in Santa Eulalia: We have excellent hotels in Santa Eulalia, all with our lowest prices guaranteed.
•Cheap Flights to Santa Eulalia: We have cheap flights to Santa Eulalia. The flight takes just over 2 hours from UK airports.
•Car hire in Santa Eulalia: There's so much to explore, you would be wise to hire a car. We can offer great deals on car hire in Santa Eulalia so check us out when completing your holiday booking.
•Transfers to your hotel in Santa Eulalia: We can book your transfers from the airport to your hotel in Santa Eulalia. We can also book UK airport car parks online, plus travel insurance and currency exchange for your holiday.
•Santa Eulalia Hotel Reviews: Written exclusively by genuine customers who have booked and stayed in the hotel.
Did you know? Santa Eulalia earned its bohemian reputation after it was established as haven for writers and artistes from around the world. Today artistes still live and work here. Their art can be seen and bought in many of the local galleries.
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