About Cala Llonga
Sunny skies, pine-clad hills, golden sand beaches and crystal-clear waters: it just doesn't get any better than this when it comes to escaping the daily grind. The picturesque resort of Cala Llonga offers all this and much more. Over the years, this quaint Ibizan resort has become the quintessential island getaway for anyone looking to enjoy some peace and quiet under the sun at very reasonable prices. Cala Llonga enjoys a privileged location on Ibiza's eastern coast, which is renowned for its spectacular sunrises. Surrounded by stunning natural landscapes and featuring modern comforts, this low-key and self-contained Mediterranean resort is the perfect destination for families and holidaymakers who are after a peaceful retreat by the seaside.
When to Go
Cala Llonga's Mediterranean climate makes this Ibizan resort the ideal place to escape the winter blues or the temperamental British summer. Average daytime temperatures during the winter months stay around a pleasant 16 °C, and there is plenty of sunshine to be enjoyed year round. The shoulder season runs between April and May and from September to November, when mild temperatures low humidity make Cala Llonga especially appealing. The hottest months are June, July, and August, but even during the peak season visitors will enjoy a relatively laid-back atmosphere and crowd-free beaches in Cala Llonga.
Where to Stay
Cala Llonga's hotels and resorts cater to travellers interested in package holidays and all inclusive deals. The local accommodation options offer excellent value for money, as they boast a wide range of amenities, stunning sea views, and great entertainment programmes that suit adults and children alike. If you are interested in self-catering accommodation, check out the resorts located around Sol d'en Serra, where you will find several fully-equipped apartment complexes at great prices.
Attractions & Events in Cala Llonga
Soak up the sun and immerse yourself in Cala Llonga's relaxing atmosphere at the resort's beaches. Cala Llonga's main beach is only a few steps away from the main hotels and at 100 metres wide, it is one of Ibiza's largest beaches. The sheltered bay is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving, and its shallow waters make it a safe spot for families with young children. There is also a dedicated playground on the beach and water sports equipment rental is readily available. Windsurfing, parasailing, and pedalo boats are some of the activities on offer. There are other Blue Flag beaches around Cala Llonga, such as the pebbled cove at Sol d'en Serra or the absolutely spectacular Cala Olivera.
But there's much more on offer at Cala Llonga. One of Ibiza's top golf courses is only a few minutes away from the resort, and you can use the frequent and inexpensive public transport to get around the island on day trips. One of the most popular day trip destinations is Ibiza Town, where you can explore its museums, art galleries, and narrow cobblestone streets and medieval architecture. You can also indulge in some serious retail therapy at Santa Eulalia's independent boutiques, which is within easy reach of Cala Llonga.
Craft markets and open air music concerts pop all over the island during the summer months, and a weekly street market is held on Thursdays in Cala Llonga. In mid-May, Ibiza town hosts an interesting Medieval Fair and an international film festival that are worth attending.
Why Visit Cala Llonga
Visit Cala Llonga and treat yourself to a break under the sun at this laid back Ibizan resort. Few other holiday destinations offer better value for money, so contact the experts at A1 Travel today and get the best deals available on your next last minute holiday or cheap family holiday to one of Ibiza's top resorts.
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