AluaSoul Ibiza Hotel

Having recently received a total makeover, adults-only AluaSoul Ibiza Hotel now oozes sleek sophistication. Things are just as trendy outside with the large outdoor pool area rivalling any club you could find on the beach. It not only has plenty of chic sun loungers but also Bali beds and a waterside bar. There’s an a la carte restaurant as well as buffet dining available with the poolside bar serving snacks during the day. Enjoy the hotel spa and gym or get stuck into activities such as wine tasting and cookery classes. Evening entertainment keeps things chilled with live music and DJ’s.

Overview of Ibiza

Be amazed at what holidays to Ibiza offer when you visit this top island destination. Ibiza is a vibrant mix of lively resorts and bars, picture-perfect beaches and quaint villages hidden away in idyllic countryside. There’s a surprising amount of history to discover and explore here too. Ibiza boasts a typical Mediterranean climate with warm, sunny days to enjoy most of the year. The hottest months tend to be July and August, making them perfect for lounging by the beach. Sightseeing is best done in spring and autumn when it’s pleasantly warm for getting around the island’s historical capital, Ibiza Town.

Things to do in Es Cana

AluaSoul Ibiza Hotel enjoys a seafront setting in the resort town of Es Cana with its sandy stretch just across the street. From the beach, you can hire water sports equipment such as banana boats, and have a go at parasailing. You can also reach a range of shops, restaurants and bars in no time at all. Most of Es Cana’s top eateries can be found down by the harbour, so sea views as you dine come as standard. Es Cana’s most famous attractions is its weekly hippy market. Browse the stalls packed with ethnic-inspired jewellery and clothing as well as incense sticks and plenty of unusual items. Enjoy a laidback vibe or get in the evening spirit when you visit the Balearic island of Ibiza. It doesn’t have to be just one or the other. As most resorts offer a bit of everything, it’s easy to go from beach chilling by day to dancing all night at a buzzing club.


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.