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Nine miles north of Ibiza Town, on the east coast of the island, Cala Llonga is an attractive resort facing the beautiful waters of the bay and is surrounded by pine covered hills. Until the coastal road was built, access to Cala Llonga was by boat alone. Santa Eulalia, Ibiza’s third largest town, lies four miles to the north. It is a quiet resort generally very popular with the British and with families in particular. The pretty natural surroundings of verdant hills combined with the calm blue bay edged with creamy sand ensure a constant supply of visitors, many of whom return for subsequent holidays.
A Cala Llonga holiday provides the necessary ingredients for a relaxing break for both families and couples. Guaranteed sunshine, warm sea, water sports, tasty food in pleasant restaurants and a nearby golf course, (the only one on the island), are all good reasons to book a Cala Llonga holiday.
A Cala Llonga holiday is a haven of peace and relaxation. Holidaymakers needing to unwind will find that Cala Llonga, with its tranquil atmosphere, is the place to be. It is very popular with families, especially those with young children, who enjoy playing on the beach and in the warm, shallow waters. The slower pace of life in Cala Llonga attracts couples of all ages.
The holiday season in Cala Llonga begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
A Cala Llonga holiday offers visitors the opportunity to relax in peaceful surroundings. Lying on fine pale sand, bathing in warm crystal clear water must surely be the perfect antidote to the pressures of modern life. The beach, curving around the sandy bay, gently slopes into the clearest of blue water, making it safe for both young children and non-swimmers. When the children become tired of the sand they can amuse themselves in the nearby play area. There is also a small fairground for children to enjoy. It is possible to explore Cala Llonga by taking the mini road train around the resort. Golfers will be pleased to find that the only course on the island is just three miles away. Cala Llonga has a good bus service enabling holidaymakers to visit other parts of the island. Bus services run to the neighbouring town, Santa Eulalia, which has a wide palm-lined promenade skirting the beach and many excellent shops and restaurants.
Nightlife in Cala Llonga is mainly hotel based with live shows and Spanish dancing. There are a number of bars but no night clubs, reflecting the family nature of the resort. Evening entertainment comes to an end shortly after midnight.
Cala Llonga has a number of shops supplying holidaymakers with essentials as well as beach, craft and gift shops. Those wishing for a more extensive range of goods should take the bus to neighbouring Santa Eulalia with its specialist shops and designer boutiques.
Cala Llonga has a range of restaurants and cafes catering for most needs. Amongst the traditional tapas bars and fish restaurants, are British owned restaurants for those who have a less eclectic palate. Fish menus feature widely in the island’s restaurants and are usually delicious. Dining out is inexpensive with good food and pleasing wine. Children are warmly welcomed in even the most select of restaurants.