Palladium Don Carlos Hotel

The adults-only Palladium Don Carlos Hotel gives you a relaxed pool scene and sea views. And it puts a beach on your doorstep, too!

All eyes are on the pool. It comes with in-water loungers and Balinese beds for sunbathing. For an extra splash of luxury, there’s a poolside massage service. When you’re feeling peckish, a bar serves drinks and snacks.

The buffet restaurant has an al fresco terrace for ocean-view dining. There’s an impressive international spread available, and show cooking’s often the highlight. For something special, head to the hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant.

Overview of Santa Eulalia

Ibiza might be small in size, but when it comes to nightlife and culture, the island’s tough to beat. Holidays to Ibiza are particularly popular with younger holidaymakers, as they satisfy even the wildest partygoers.

There’s much more to Santa Eulalia than just wild nights out, though. When you stay at the Palladium Don Carlos Hotel, expect to encounter a classy marina, two beaches and luxurious yachts bobbing along the coast. It’s also Ibiza’s culinary hub, so every meal will be fantastic.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia

Thanks to its hillside spot, the views at the Palladium Don Carlos Hotel are top-notch. It won’t take you long to reach the sea, either – you can get to a sandy bay via some steps.

It’s about a 15-minute walk to Santa Eulalia. The centre of town’s home to two beaches that curve round beside one another. Both are packed with great amenities and water sports, including pedalos, sailing, banana boats and water skiing.

The town’s central square leads to the seafront promenade. As you walk past the fountains, you’ll see a number of interesting craft stalls that are perfect for souvenirs.

In the evening, head to Cala San Vicente. Commonly known as ‘restaurant street’, there are so many different cuisines to choose from that you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Calm, charming and traditional, Santa Eulalia’s a fantastic destination for an Ibizan getaway.

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.