Invisa Hotel Ereso

The Invisa Hotel Ereso is just a two-minute walk to Es Cana beach and boasts two outdoor pools as well as a separate pool for kids. A sun terrace with parasols and loungers is perfect for basking in the sun, while the pool bar is on-hand to keep your drink topped up. The main restaurant puts on large buffets with a range of tasty dishes and weekly theme nights to mix things up. Daytime activities include a multi-sports pitch, plus rifle shooting and volleyball. There are even introductory scuba diving lessons on offer. Evening entertainment takes place under the stars on an open-air stage, and includes dance and aerobic acts. There’s also a kids’ disco and Sky Sports in the bar, so you can keep track of the scores.

Overview of Es Cana, Ibiza

Located on Ibiza’s east coast, the laid-back resort of Es Cana is a real treat for anyone in search of sun, sea and chilled-out vibes. The pine-fringed coastline boasts perfectly golden shores, that are perfect for lazy days on the beach. Es Cana may be small in size, it certainly packs a big punch in terms of things to do, including water sports, great bars and artsy markets. Just a 10-minute stroll from the shores of Es Cana, is Cala Nova beach, a popular surf spot thanks to it ripper tides. After a catching a few waves, kick back and relax with a cocktail or two at a hip bar along the beachfront, before heading back to the Invisa Hotel Ereso for a nightcap.

Things to do in Es Cana, Ibiza

Es Cana is known for its famous weekly Punta Arabi Hippy Market, which has been there since the 1960s and remains a free-spirited gathering of market stalls with interesting and artsy wares. Water sports enthusiasts are also sure to love Es Cana, with activities such as waterskiing, parasailing and windsurfing available along the shore. If you’re looking to explore the “White Isle” in traditional style, hop aboard the Ibiza Express departing from Es Cana twice a day. This quirky train ride lasts three hours and takes you deep into Ibiza’s countryside. If turquoise-blue seas and golden shores sound like music to your ears, then make sure you book a holiday to Ibiza for guaranteed smiles.

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.