TUI SUNEO Cala Llonga

Perhaps the Balearic islands’ most popular resort, Cala Llonga supplies you with a peaceful location where luxury is the order of the day and the bright lights of Ibiza’s party scene are just a short journey away. Stay here and you’ll find yourself among beautiful coves and pine trees, situated within a quaint inlet that’s perfect for sunbathing by the pool and watching the fishing boats sail across the azure seas. The hotel is handy enough for a day trip to the centre of Santa Eulalia – a small town filled with modern restaurants that serve up a selection of tasty Spanish omelettes with perfect views of the ocean. If you’re looking for a hotel where you can mix relaxation, entertainment, and a family-friendly atmosphere, then this is the place for you.

Overview of Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Because the Balearic island of Ibiza is known for its nightlife, this often means that the natural beauties of the island go unnoticed. Located just 12km from the heart of Ibiza’s vibrant nightlife and 7km away from the district of Santa Eulalia, you can expect luxury and serenity from your stay at the TUI SUNEO Cala Llonga. Surrounded by pine trees, enjoy the intense Mediterranean scenery and some of the finest sea views the island has to offer. While you’re here, you can relax in style on the eastern shorelines of the island while lapping up the friendly environment that holidays to Ibiza are known for.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia

While staying at the luxury TUI SUNEO Cala Llonga, you’ll find yourself among a diverse selection of poolside and day-time activities designed for adults and children looking to enjoy some fun by the sea. Take part in water aerobics or pool volleyball before making the most of the resort’s programme of evening entertainment. Santa Eulalia is one of Ibiza’s most popular regions, thanks to its blue seas, snorkelling expeditions and excursions to witness the exotic fish that swim below the waters. Why not take the short shuttle journey into the centre of Ibiza, where you can expect to find an array of authentic Spanish restaurants serving up traditional and international cuisine? Looking for some cultural heritage? Visit the walls of Ibiza castle and soak up the picturesque views of the Balearics while enjoying your dream holiday in this wonderful part of the world.

Resort Summary

Cala Llonga’s beach is the main attraction at this tiny resort. It’s encased in a natural rocky cove and is an unspoilt and usually under-populated spot for visitors to unwind to the sound of the rolling Mediterranean Sea. The white sands stretch for 200 metres and meet the sparkling aquamarine water. You’ll find sun beds and umbrellas for rent at this little oasis.

If you are spending the whole day on the beach – and who would blame you? – there are plenty of restaurants, cafes and snack bars near the beach entrance. Children will enjoy themselves at the playground and mini amusement park located at the end of the beach, on the sand itself.