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Cala Llenya

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Cala Llenya Introduction

Cala Llenya is a peaceful resort on the east coast of Ibiza, ten kilometres from Santa Eulalia and has a transfer time from the airport of forty-five minutes. Cala Llenya lies in a beautiful forested area where the trees reach down almost to the shore. It boasts a wonderful fine sandy beach that is washed by the clearest of waters. It has a range of good accommodation and a small number of bars and restaurants. A Cala Llenya holiday offers a relaxing break by the sea in a beautiful landscape with a guarantee of summer sunshine.

Why Go To Cala Llenya?

Go to Cala Llenya for a peaceful family holiday in picturesque surroundings and you will not be disappointed. A Cala Llenya holiday offers visitors relaxation in the sun by the sea, with a limited provision of water sports, a range of accommodation, and friendly bars and restaurants.

Cala Llenya is essentially a resort that attracts those looking for a place to relax in the sun. The sandy beach, with safe water conditions for small children, draws many families to the area. Older couples also enjoy the tranquillity of the resort.

When To Go To Cala Llenya

The holiday season in Cala Llenya begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.

Cala Llenya - The Place

Cala Llenya is situated in an idyllic spot on Ibiza’s east coast. It lies around a wide bay surrounded by gentle wooded hills and boasts a wonderful white sandy beach. The beach slopes gradually into the clearest of blue waters offering safe bathing for children and less confident swimmers. There are pedaloes for hire and wind surfing is also available. Beach bars provide sun lovers with daylong sustenance and thirst quenching drinks.

Cala Llenya’s accommodation ranges from five star all inclusive hotels to apartments and villas, and caters for most budgets. It has a small number of mainly traditional restaurants and limited shopping. Although there is a bus from Cala Llenya to Santa Eulalia, it only runs twice daily and car hire is recommended if you wish to explore the area.

A Cala Llenya holiday offers a relaxing break in friendly surroundings which will leave you feeling relaxed, revived and with energy levels restored.

Cala Llenya Nightlife

Cala Llenya nightlife is very low key with much of it being hotel based. Hotel entertainment often includes life shows, traditional Spanish dancing and karaoke. The bars and restaurants provide friendly venues where you can enjoy a quiet drink or a romantic meal under the stars.

Cala Llenya Shopping

Cala Llenya shopping is minimal with mini-markets for essential provisions and a small number of gift and souvenir shops where you can purchase your holiday mementoes. Neighbouring Santa Eulalia has a superb range of shops supplying holidaymakers with their every need and more besides. A particular favourite is El Paraiso selling a huge variety of Lladro figures. Another delightful shop is the aptly named La Caja del Aladin selling clothes, bags and jewellery, including many unusual items. On the road which comes down to the promenade from the Town Hall, there are stalls selling local crafts ideal for gifts and holiday mementos.

Cala Llenya Eating

Cala Llenya has a small number of bars and restaurants serving a variety of cuisine. If you wish for a wider choice of menu, take the short journey to Santa Eulalia where there are many excellent restaurants catering for most tastes. The famous ‘restaurant street’ has seventeen restaurants in its two hundred metre length and offers everything from Chinese to traditional Spanish and from roast dinner to Indian. Sea bream freshly caught and cooked in a clay oven with Indian spices can be enjoyed at the Cardamom restaurant. A good way to try island food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Ibiza than at home. Spanish wines are pleasant and inexpensive. Children are always made welcome and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.