Santa Eulalia (Santa Eularia) is Ibiza’s third largest resort, and takes advantage of Ibiza’s almost tropical climate and exquisite natural resources rather than its infamous nightlife. Santa Eulalia is a great family resort or resort for those wishing to experience the beauty of Ibiza with a little peace! There is plenty of accommodation in Santa Eulalia to choose from. Many of the residents are indigenous, so the character of the town changes little throughout the year. Those who have taken accommodation in Santa Eulalia before will almost always confess their love for the town, and admit returning year after year!
A large part of you stay in a Santa Eulalia apartment will be spent sunbathing or swimming off the magnificent, sweeping sands of Santa Eulalia bay. The beach is safe for children to swim in, and the calm, turquoise waters which gently lap at the powder soft sand remains warm enough to swim in for the vast majority of the year. If you would like to find a slightly quieter beach, there are a good number to choose from on either side of the town. A brief walk north from your accommodation in Santa Eulalia brings you to Agua Blanca, a delightful little sheltered beach.
Santa Eulalia is also known as the cultural centre of the island, where local gastronomy still tastes of traditional Balearic cuisine rather than a full English breakfast! The town contains a number of impressive art galleries and renowned restaurants. Although there are some great little bars to visit, you will not spend the evening in your Santa Eulalia accommodation listening to the sound of excited revellers!
Santa Eulalia sits at the mouth of the only river in the whole of the Balearic Islands, and the banks provide a delightful path for a walk to work off some of the pounds put on while feasting in the restaurants of Santa Eulalia!
If you would like to spend a night in the clubs of Ibiza, but are staying in an apartment in Santa Eulalia, don’t worry; you are still remarkably close, and a night out in Ibiza Town or San Antonio is very easily done. Taking a taxi will not cost much, and there are frequent busses going around the island.
San Josep is one of the most naturally beautiful places on the island, with a coastline consisting of tiny coves, long beaches and beautifully peaceful natural parks.
During the peak season (July and August), temperatures reach well into the 30’s (°C), whilst during the mild winters, temperatures still remain around 18°C during the day.
Reaching any of the self catering accommodation in Santa Eulalia is not hard. Situated just 21km from Ibiza’s international airport (IBZ), there are a range of easy and cheap transfer options. As Ibiza is such a popular destination for British tourists, there are a huge number of airlines fighting for passengers resulting in offers for very cheap flights to Santa Eulalia.