C'an Sanso

Just a five-minute walk from the beach, the C’an Sanso apartments are in a brilliant spot on the road linking Santa Eulalia to the nearby resort of Es Cana. The small but perfectly formed complex features a pool that sits amid pine trees and greenery and comes complete with a sun terrace and separate pools for kids. There’s an on-site restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner that serves hearty meals and daily specials. The supermarket next door is handy for snacks and picnics on the beach. Rooms are comfortable and come with a terrace or balcony. The studios can sleep up to three people, while the largest apartments sleep up to six. When you’re ready to explore the area, head to Cala Pada beach, which is a short walk away, or the livelier Santa Eulalia resort and beach.

Overview of Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Pretty, whitewashed buildings and tree-lined avenues are brimming with high-end bars, restaurants and designer boutiques in Santa Eulalia. And the vibrant marina is home to stunning yachts and fishing boats that glisten under the sun. Lying on Ibiza’s south-east coast, you’ll have your pick of two fantastic beaches while staying in Santa Eulalia. The smaller of the two, Santa Eulalia beach, sits right in the town centre, while Mariner’s Beach lies slightly to the south. Exploring the rest of Ibiza is pretty easy from here, with Ibiza Town just a 20-minute drive away.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Santa Eulalia is an elegant resort with traditional Ibizan architecture and a central square where you can soak up the sights and sounds. The resort’s pretty beaches are ideal for water sports, with waterskiing and pedalos on offer, as well as a dive school. After a day spent lazing by the pool at the Grupotel Santa Eulalia, why not head into Santa Eulalia for your fix of culture? There’s an impressive array of art galleries and museums in the town, showcasing works by internationally-renowned artists. If you like crafts, you’ll find a sea of market stalls selling artsy wares at the town hall. In short, holidays to Ibiza are the perfect way to spend quality time with your loved-ones amid stunning beaches and some of the best Spanish views you can find.

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.