Tres Torres Hotel

The Tres Torres Hotel provides guests with great views over the marina and the coastline.

The pool is in a tranquil spot and chilled-out music is played. You won’t find any noisy games or activities here, so it’s incredibly relaxing. There’s also a bar that serves drinks and light lunches.

The main restaurant serves hearty buffets that feature British favourites. Sometimes, the hotel hosts live shows in the evenings. If you’re after something calmer, there’s a ground-floor bar with views over the pool.

Overview of Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia is a classy place for a holiday to Ibiza. Yachts often line the coast before docking in the luxurious marina, while the two beaches are of the highest quality.

Plus, Santa Eulalia is the place to be if you’re looking for a food-filled break in the sunshine. The town has a reputation as a culinary hub and it even has its own ‘Restaurant Street’ where you can sample cuisines from around the world.

As Santa Eulalia is one of Ibiza’s largest resorts, stays at the Tres Torres Hotel keep active families busy. You can enjoy water sports, tour the whitewashed buildings and visit the numerous art galleries and museums.

Things to do in Santa Eulalia

The Tres Torres Hotel is located on the promenade right next to Santa Eulalia’s marina. If you take a 10-minute stroll along the promenade, you’ll reach the main beach where the golden sands and shallow waters are perfect for little paddlers. Adults looking to get the adrenaline pumping can head to the water-sports stations.

Away from the beach, the town’s central square is filled with fountains and craft stalls. After an afternoon of wandering, head to Restaurant Street and see what grabs your fancy for an evening meal. If you’d like to dine with a sea view, head to the marina.

A classy town with a family-friendly edge, Santa Eulalia is the perfect place for a sunshine-soaked break!


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.