Santa Eulalia del Río

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The main beaches in Santa Eulalia del Rio

Santa Eulalia del Río, or Santa Eulària des Riu, is one of the largest districts in Ibiza and boasts the best beaches for a relaxing holiday with children. Most of the family-friendly beaches and coves in Santa Eulària are easily accessible, offer a full range of services and feature calm, crystal-clear water, fine sand and little rocky areas and pine forests.

Mean beaches in Santa Eulària des Riu:

  • Santa Eulària beach: This major city beach, lying next to the town centre, Santa Eulària is quite crowded throughout the season. Almost 300m long, it can be easily accessed (even by disabled visitors). Its water is calm and shallow; the sand is fine. Services include security and the Blue Flag beach quality label.
  • Es Canar beach: Es Canar is one of the most popular beaches in Ibiza. A Blue Flag beach, it stands next to Santa Eulària’s Hippy Market. Its fine sand invites all kinds of visitors to go barefoot. Being a semi-urban beach, it offers loungers and a promenade lined with bars and shops.
  • Cala Nova: Cala Nova is one of the few beaches in Santa Eulària des Riu with a moderate swell, thus attracting beachgoers in search of a fun splash. There are loungers too, and the sand is perfect for beach games. Cala Nova is about 400m long and is surrounded by a lovely Mediterranean pine forest where visitors can take shelter from the sun at noon. Relaxed atmosphere and water sports.
  • S’Aigua Blanca beach: It is one of the few remaining coves in Ibiza that is officially nudist. Affording wonderful views of the Tagomago islet, it boasts one of the greatest swells on the island. This makes it ideal to take a splash in its crystal-clear water. Being an open cove, it is perfect to be caressed by the sea breeze too.
  • Cala Mastella: A quiet, tucked-away cove, Mastella is surrounded by native vegetation (Mediterranean pine forests and scrub) and rocks. The sand strip is not too long (45m), but the turquoise water is definitely worth a splash or two.
  •  Cala Llonga: Only a few kilometres from the town centre in Santa Eulària, Cala Llonga is a beautiful cove that lets the sea into a crescent of fine white sand. There is virtually no swell. During the day, recreational boats can be anchored on the beach. Besides, the place is great for scuba-diving in Ibiza.
  •  Cala Llenya: Another popular beach, Llenya is closer to the village of Sant Carles de Peralta, about 10km from central Santa Eulària. It is surrounded by a magnificent Mediterranean pine forest, whose shade is sought after by beachgoers in the summer. Calm, transparent water and flat banks of sand.
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