Alua Miami Ibiza Hotel and Apartments

The golden sand is right on the doorstep at Alua Miami Ibiza Hotel and Apartments, so you can go from your room to the beach in just a few minutes. There’s a chilled-out feel throughout the inside, plus a bar and buffet restaurant – and there’s plenty of family-friendly fun to be had outside too. The big outdoor pool has a splash zone for the kids that features a pirate ship with mini flumes, and a sea monster figure that sprays water. There’s also a playground to keep them happy. Everyone will love the games room with pool table and arcade games.

Overview of Ibiza

Ibiza is probably most famous for its party scene, but there’s much more to this Balearic island than meets the eye. Sitting in the Mediterranean Sea, holidays to Ibiza offer warm, sunny weather to enjoy at almost any time of the year. Make the most of it by discovering the sweeping areas of countryside away from the bustle of lively seaside resorts along the coast. But the resorts themselves aren’t all cut from the same cloth. Many have a peaceful and laid-back feel – these are ideal if you’re looking to get away from it all on this beautiful island.

Things to do in Es Cana

Es Cana is a pretty and relaxed resort on Ibiza’s south-east coast, and down by the beach is where you’ll find Alua Miami Ibiza Hotel and Apartments. It’s just a short walk to the small harbour and resort centre where there’s a good choice of bars, restaurants and shops. The most famous feature of Es Cana is its weekly hippy market. Ibiza as a whole is well-known for its hippy market scene, but the one in Es Cana is believed to be the original. Browse the numerous stalls for ethnic-inspired clothing and jewellery, and perhaps pick up some sweet-smelling incense sticks to take home. The island of Ibiza isn’t just for those who want to party until the early hours, it’s also a great destination for family holidays. Its beaches are long and sandy, with calm sea conditions that make swimming a joy. Enjoy traditional cuisine in sea-front restaurants and soak up Ibizan atmosphere under the sun.

Resort Summary

The town’s main shores are Es Cana beach, a crescent-shaped strip of sand that fans out to clear, shallow waters. Bordered by pine trees, whitewashed buildings and a collection of waterfront restaurants, the beach is best enjoyed from a sun lounger, where you can relax underneath the warm rays. Or you might enjoy passing the time by fishing at the nearby marina.

Es Cana’s shores might be the picture of relaxation, but a livelier time awaits out on the sea. Adventurers can whizz across the water at high speeds on a banana boat while those less thrill-seeking can take things slow on a pedalo. You can even go for parasailing, windsurfing and waterskiing excursions, or just explore the coast on a tranquil boat ride.

Only a 10-minute walk up the coast you’ll find Cala Nova beach, whose waves are sought-out by surfers. Try your hand at catching one of your own or just chill out at a hip beach bar with a cocktail and watch the pros glide their way across the water.