About Santa Eulalia
Sitting on the sunny and picturesque eastern coast of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean region. This modern resort town is conveniently located 15 minutes away from the airport and 20 minutes away from the island's capital city. Santa Eulalia offers all the amenities needed to make your sun and beach holiday fun and memorable. Visitors come here to enjoy the beaches, shop at Santa Eulalia's exclusive boutiques, and sample the delicious local fare at some of the island's top restaurants. In this gorgeous resort, every detail is geared towards the kind of enjoyment and relaxation that you deserve.
When to Go
Like the rest of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia enjoys a balmy Mediterranean climate year round. Winters are typically mild, and even during the coldest months (December-February) average daytime temperature hover around 16°C. However, if you want to get the most out of your trip to Santa Eulalia, you should visit between April and October. June, July, August, and September are the hottest months in this Ibizan resort, as daytime temperatures can reach 30 °C. Hot temperatures are topped by plenty of sunshine (up to 13 hours a day) and by pleasant sea temperatures, which make Santa Eulalia ideal for the practice of water sports.
Where to Stay
Santa Eulalia's budget-friendly accommodation options cater to families with children, groups, and couples in search of excellent value for money. The town is home to two, three, and four-star hotels and resorts that offer a varied range of accommodation deals, including bed and breakfast and all inclusive options. Those interested in an inexpensive family holiday should consider the budget hotels located north of the harbour and near Es Cana beach, whereas upscale accommodation is available in the western side of town and around the Santa Eulalia river estuary.
Attractions & Events
Santa Eulalia's sandy beaches are the resort's best-rated attractions. Most beaches are within walking distance of the city centre and are equipped with loungers, beach umbrellas, shower facilities, and water sports equipment rental. Beach bars and restaurants are also plentiful in Santa Eulalia's beaches, especially in Mariner beach, Cala Llonga, and Cala Nova. Families with children will enjoy a day out in Aguamar, Santa Eulalia's water park. If you are feeling energetic, take some time to climb the hill that leads to Puig d'en Missa, a whitewashed hilltop settlement that affords panoramic views over Santa Eulalia and the surrounding beaches.
Once in town, most activities revolve around the Paseo Maritimo (Santa Eulalia's pretty waterfront), which is lined with upscale restaurants serving the best of Spanish and international cuisine. In fact, Santa Eulalia is considered something of a culinary mecca in the Balearic Islands, so visitors should not leave without trying out some of the local delicacies, such as guisat de peix (fish stew) and paella. Nightlife venues are also clustered around the waterfront, and the city centre is packed with independent boutiques, art galleries, and souvenir shops. The town's hippy market is now famous worldwide, as it brings together more than 500 artisans from all over the world.
Open air concerts, parades, and sporting events dominate the local calendar event. May brings the colourful Flower Festival to this resort, whereas traditional fiestas are held in July and August.
Why Visit Santa Eulalia
This Mediterranean seaside resort is the ideal destination for those looking to enjoy peace and quiet during their break under the sun. The town's low-key atmosphere, picturesque setting, and award-winning gastronomic offer are all you need to leave all worries and stress behind for a few days. Moreover, Santa Eulalia offers excellent value for money and fantastic accommodation options. To benefit from everything that this resort has to offer, talk to the holiday experts at A1 Travel and let us find cheap last minute holidays and the best deals on package holidays to beautiful Santa Eulalia.
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