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Cala Vadella was originally a small fishing village on the west coast of Ibiza twenty-three kilometres from the island’s principle town. Although it is now a popular resort that has spread around the bay, it has managed to retain some of its original charm. Surrounded by wooded hills, Cala Vadella’s beach is soft and sandy and the water clear and blue. The inlet to the bay is long and therefore sheltered and the water is calm. Cala Vadella has is a good variety of accommodation, shops, restaurants and bars. A Cala Vadella holiday offers a relaxing break by the sea in a beautiful landscape with a guarantee of summer sunshine and a variety of leisure activities.
Cala Vadella is one of the smaller resorts in Ibiza and is also one of the most attractive. One of its main assets is its sandy beach and very inviting aquamarine water. It also has a range of recreational facilities, sufficient to keep you entertained throughout your holiday.
Cala Vadella 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. Ramblers will find many delightful walks through forest trails and along the coastal paths.
The holiday season in Cala Vadella begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Cala Vadella lies in an idyllic spot on the west coast of Ibiza. Sitting at the end of a long inlet, it is surrounded by verdant hills filled with sweet smelling pines. The beach is fairly large by Ibizan standards, two hundred and fifty metres wide, and is white and sandy. The sand slopes very gently into the sea and offers a long shallow area well suited to children and less confident swimmers. At a certain point, visible by its change of colour from aquamarine to a deeper shade of blue, it slopes steeply into deep water offering the opportunity for wind surfing. There are pedaloes for hire and there are also banana boat rides. The rocky edges of the cove are ideal for snorkelling. There is also a diving school where equipment can be hired and tuition given.
Cala Vadella’s accommodation ranges from five star all inclusive hotels to apartments and villas, and caters for most budgets. It has a range of restaurants providing for most tastes and there are shops for holiday essentials.
Cala Vadella’s nightlife is fairly low key reflecting the family nature of the resort. Much of the evening entertainment is hotel based and often includes traditional Spanish evenings and Karaoke. The sunsets in Vadella are spectacular and restaurants overlooking the bay are popular at this time of day.
A Cala Vadella holiday offers a relaxing seaside break where the sunshine will never disappoint and the water will not take your breath away.
Being a family resort, Cala Vadella night can only be described as low key and entertainment is often provided by the larger hotels. Evenings are spent wandering through the resort and along the water front enjoying a relaxing drink or a romantic meal under the stars.
Cala Vadella has a number of mini-markets supplying essential provisions and tourist shops where you can buy your holiday souvenirs. Popular purchases include leather goods, ceramics, embroidered linens, lace and jewellery.
Cala Vadella has a good number of bars and restaurants serving a variety of cuisine. Fish featuring prominently on most menus is fresh from the day’s catch, simply cooked and is delicious. 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.