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Cala Tarida is situated on the west coast of Ibiza close to San Antonio and benefits from a short transfer time from the airport. The resort is built around a wide sheltered bay and has an excellent sandy beach and good bathing. Cara Tarida has a wide range of accommodation, with supermarkets and shops for essentials and a selection of eateries. Although it is a popular resort, Cala Tarida remains a fairly tranquil place where relaxation is the order of the day. A Cala Tarida holiday offers pleasant days in glorious sunshine on a soft sandy beach, lapped by the gentle waters of the bay.
There are many reasons for choosing a Cala Tarida holiday and these include a guarantee of sunshine, a superb beach washed by calm warm waters and a wide choice of hotels and apartments. If more choice is needed for shopping and eating, San Antonio is only a short distance away.
Cala Tarida is very popular with British tourists and with families in particular. It fine beach and safe bathing attract those with young children. Couples also enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere present in the resort.
The holiday season in Cala Tarida begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Cala Tarida is situated in a pleasant landscape close to San Antonio on the west coast of Ibiza. Its wooded hills surrounding the bay are dotted with villas and behind the beach are the larger hotel complexes. Cala Tarida’s main asset is its beach of fine soft sand and its clear blue waters. The beach slopes very gently into the sea offering safe conditions for children and less confident swimmers. A range of water sports is offered and there is a diving centre where equipment can be hired and tuition given. A café lying centrally on the beach offers daylong sustenance and refreshing drinks for those who do not like to move far from their sun beds.
Cala Tarida has accommodation catering for all budgets from five star hotels to villas, and from self-catering apartments to studios. Many of the hotels are along the beach front. There are shops for essentials, including holiday souvenirs and restaurants serving a variety of cuisine. Those requiring a little more choice can take a bus to San Antonio.
A Cala Tarida holiday offers a relaxing break in friendly surroundings which will leave you feeling relaxed, revived and with energy levels restored.
Cala Tarida nightlife is fairly low key reflecting the family nature of the resort. Much of the evening entertainment is provided by the hotels and often includes live shows, traditional Spanish nights and karaoke. Those looking for livelier evenings can take a taxi to San Antonio where there are so many bars and discos and all night clubs that the nightlife can only be described as buzzing. The two largest and most famous clubs are the Eden and the Es Paradis which are open from June until the end of September. The Es Paradis hosts a very popular water party every Wednesday and Saturday night.
Cala Tarida shopping is fairly limited with minimarkets for essential provisions and a number of tourist shops selling the usual holiday souvenirs. Neighbouring San Antonio has an excellent range of shops from beach and gift shops to designer boutiques for both men and women. It even has one large department store called ‘May’. The souvenir shops of the past have all but disappeared and now provide good quality goods.
Cala Tarida 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 San Antonio where there are many excellent restaurants catering for most tastes. 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.