Iberostar Santa Eulalia

The adults-only Iberostar Santa Eulalia looks like a swanky beach club. It’s minimal in design and the rooms are dressed in white with splashes of blue. Some rooms even come with a sea view.

The pool’s U-shaped and is edged by loungers and a bar. The sunbathing area also spills out onto a jetty by the Mediterranean Sea.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served at the buffet restaurant. You can pile your plate high before dining al fresco on the terrace. You can also pay a supplement to dine in the beach club at lunch. After dinner, a couple of bars serve cocktails until late.

Overview of Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia is a classy destination for a holiday to Ibiza. Thanks to adults-only hotels like the Iberostar Santa Eulalia, it’s particularly popular with couples who fancy some romance in the sunshine. In the evening, many of these couples head to the marina where they can enjoy a candlelit meal and watch the yachts bob on the water.

It’s also a great spot if you’re looking for a foodie break. It’s quieter than some of Ibiza’s famous party spots, but the dining scene is second to none and the resort even has its own ‘restaurant street’, which is culinary heaven.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia

Location-wise, the Iberostar Santa Eulalia has every option covered. The hotel’s grabbed a coastal spot and it’s next to S’Argamassa Beach.

You’re also only a short taxi ride away from the resort centre of Santa Eulalia. It’s a classy town where you can admire whitewashed buildings, terracotta roofs and shiny yachts. The town’s central square is a great spot to admire the architecture and it leads to the seafront promenade via a tree-lined avenue where locals sell interesting crafts and homemade products.

With a stay in Santa Eulalia, you’ll experience Ibiza at its luxurious best!


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.