Aguas de Ibiza

Notable for its incredibly chic bedrooms, upmarket communal spaces and effortlessly cool rooftop pool area, the Aguas de Ibiza hotel gets maximum points for aesthetics and follows through with a host of fantastic amenities and commitment to guest satisfaction.

With a sea-view infinity pool, as well as the rooftop option, three restaurants, an exclusive cocktail bar and a high-end Clarins spa all on site, this is a hotel that knows how to spoil, while still being close enough to the resort centre to make exploring the area a piece of cake. A five-minute walk gets you to the heart of the action and being on the promenade, you are never far from the beach, either.

Overview of Santa Eulalia

There’s so much more to holidays to Ibiza than clubbing, partying and beaches, although these are definitely fun elements if you want to let your hair down. For something a little quieter, more romantic and with a touch of traditional Spain, there are some amazing regions to visit.

Santa Eulalia, home to the Aguas de Ibiza Hotel, despite being one of Ibiza’s biggest resorts, has maintained its grip on elegant holiday tourism, with a tranquil and chic vibe permeating every facet of the region. With beautiful beaches and plenty of culture, it’s a perfect romantic getaway but appeals to families as well.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia

Leave the confines of the audaciously elegant Aguas de Ibiza Hotel and you can explore the wider resort, starting with the two beaches that curves around the coastline. With calm, shallow waters that stay warm, the whole family will love some lazy sand time.

The town centre is well worth spending some time in, and you’ll stumble upon some excellent shops, craft stalls and a host of incredible yachts, thanks to the marina. The real star of the show, however, is the food on offer, and you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to incredible restaurants to try. In fact, there is a street known as ‘Restaurant Street’, though waterfront dining is perfect for couples.

Steer clear of the party zones and Ibiza is a haven of elegant resorts, beautiful beaches and upmarket eateries, as Santa Eulalia proves.


Resort Summary

Santa Eulalia’s two beaches curve round beside one another and have shallow waters, ideal for playing on the shore. In the centre of town you’ll find a 300 metre beach with great amenities and water sports, including pedalos, sailing, banana boats and water skiing. It’s packed with a good selection of cafes, restaurants, bars and shops to take a break in before you continue with your sunbathing. It is no wonder this peaceful resort is an attractive spot for Ibiza package holidays.

Mariner’s Beach, which is slightly longer at 400 metres, is just 10 minutes south, so you can try both and see which you prefer. Reefs in Santa Eulalia are home to a diverse species of fish and exploring the underwater world is made easy at the dive school.