For those water enthusiasts, Cala Llonga’s beach has a lot to offer. Framed by two sloping hillsides, the water is calm and fairly shallow. Because of this Cala Llonga is the ideal location for numerous water sports.
You can spend a day windsurfing, water skiing, parasailing, or the instructors at the local diving school will take you out to explore the underwater marine life. Children will enjoy paddling in the shallow waters and teens can start up a game of volleyball – it’s just as fun in the water as on the sand.
Cala Llonga has lots of restaurants offering up different types of cuisine. Many eateries are facing the sea and give terrific views from their terraces as your indulge your taste buds. Drinking and eating is a large leisure activity in this area and the locals do it well.
Depending on your preferences there are several international and authentic Mediterranean restaurants available with both cosy, intimate dining and family-friendly establishments.
It’s easy to discover a new restaurant every night and dine from Austrian, Italian, British, Japanese, and of course, Mediterranean dishes. There is even a new must-try Jamaican BBQ restaurant in Cala Llonga called The Jam Shak. Wherever you choose, you can enjoy the delicious food Cala Llonga has to offer as you stare out over the beach, often with live music playing in the background.
Rocking city nearby
If you are looking for lively nightlife and a place to get down on the dance floor this holiday Cala Llonga may not be your best bet. Never fear though as Ibiza Town is just 10-minutes away and has all the clubs and bars you could wish for.
You’ll find a buzz of activity in Ibiza Town, and music that doesn’t stop till the early hours of the morning. Back at Cala Llonga the evening entertainment consists of beach front bars and a laid-back atmosphere, and you could switch your nights up and alternate between the two resort areas so you don’t get too worn out.
There are buses that run to and from Ibiza Town, and you can spend your days checking out the array of shops and places to dine, then stay on in the evening to dance, before heading back to the tranquillity of beautiful Cala Llonga.
Ibiza’s only golf course is in Roca Llisa, just a short drive away from Cala Llonga. Here you can play on an 18 hole and nine hole course as well as practice your swing on the driving range, both with stunning views in the distance.
The course itself is fast and challenging and might be a bit much for newbies. But for those avid golfers, or for those who love a challenge, Roca Llisa’s golf course is a perfect way to spend the morning. For visitors to Ibiza this golf course has carts, clubs and buggies for hire as well as a pro shop for you to purchase something to take back home.