Holidays In Santa Eulalia
Santa Eulalia Holidays at a Glance
Book Santa Eulalia holidays and you will arrive at Ibiza's third largest town situated on the east coast and north of the capital Ibiza Town. The exclusive marina attracts a multitude of yachts providing a wonderful sight.
Who goes to Santa Eulalia?
Choose Santa Eulalia holidays for a relaxed family holiday with idyllic picturesque surroundings. Santa Eulalia holidays are perfect for relaxing in the sun by the beach. The sandy beach is a safe place for children to swim as well as excellent conditions for watersports.
Key Facts - Santa Eulalia
- LanguageSpanish, Catalan & English
- Dialing Code00 34
- Flight Duration2 hours 30 mins (Approx)
- Distance From Airport14 km
- Airport Transfer (Taxi)35 mins
The resort of Santa Eulalia has a fine beach that slopes gradually into the clear warm waters. The surroundings are beautiful with a palm fringed promenade with fountains and a garden. Santa Eulalia holidays will leave you relaxed and revitalised. Holidays to Santa Eulalia are very popular among holidaymakers due to its glorious summer climate, short flight time (2.5 hours) and beautiful surroundings.
A number of charter airlines operate flights to Ibiza so bargain holidays to Santa Eulalia are never far away. Santa Eulalia is one of Ibiza's lesser known resorts but this classy resort with an authentic Spanish flavour means its a idyllic location. Santa Eulalia holidays have a good range of accommodation, so whatever your budget Olympic Holidays have Santa Eulalia holidays for you.
Cheap Holidays to Santa Eulalia - Olympic Holidays
Experience the charm of this Ibizian resort and book your cheap holidays to Santa Eulalia today with Olympic Holidays. As well as package holidays to Ibiza we offer cheap flights to Ibiza.
Capilla de San Ciriaco: This is a steep small cobbled street that crosses the Calle Mayor leading to the cathedral in the heart of the old city. In this little street you will find an interesting chapel with the same name. It is a large crack in the rock with a grille covering the hole in the wall. Legend has it that this is the place where the first Catalan soldiers entered the Arab citadel in 1235, thus allowing the island to be conquered by King Jaime I
Estátua del Sagrado Corazòn de Jesus: Ibiza's statue of Christ can be seen from the road running between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. The statue is a monument to the Sacred heart of Jesus and was erected after the Spanish civil war. From here you will be able to enjoy wonderful view of the valley.
Faro de Botafoc: The Botafoc lighthouse sits just right of beach as you head towards Talamanca. From here you can enjoy panoramic views of Ibiza Town. Built in 1861, the lighthouse is 16 metres high. Visitors are not permitted to go inside the building.
Golf Courses: For golf enthusiast Ibiza holidays are great fun with a number of professional golf courses located on the island. Even if your a beginner you can quite easily hire equipment and enjoy a round.
Water Park: The Aguamar in Playa den Bossa is Ibiza's largest waterpark, guaranteed to keep the adults and children happy. The waterpark offers a spectacular variety of water slides, chutes and swimming pools. You may even dare to enter the 'Black Hole', with its scary high decent sliding down on a rubber ring.
Sunset Sailing: The sunset in Ibiza can only be described as phenomenal, take a trip upon a catamaran and take in the breathtaking views of the sunset.
Eating/Drinking During Santa Eulalia Holidays
Ibiza holidays have grown in popularity due to its worldwide reputation for cosmopolitan and vibrant nightlife attracting visitors seeking all night parties in a sophisticated environment. The crowds taking holidays to Ibiza are very diverse due to the relaxed and tolerant vibe. Due to the island's diversity Ibiza has attracted many of the worlds top nightclub brands such as Es Paradis & Pascha and world famous DJ's.
If clubbing and wild partying is not your scene Ibiza holidays still have plenty to offer with many family orientated resorts keeping everyone happy.
Getting Around on Santa Eulalia Holidays
Getting around during your Santa Eulalia holidays could not be easier, taxis are an easy way of getting around the resort. To see more and go further afield hiring a scooter or bicycle is great fun. For complete flexibility and a chance to explore more of the island car hire is the perfect option, there are a number of car hire companies in the resort and please remember to take your driving licence.
Santa Eulalia Holidays Shopping
Santa Eulalia has a great range of shops selling everything you could need during your holidays. For bargain hunting on your Santa Eulalia holidays visit La Caja del Aladin, a shop selling clothes, jewellery and bags. To buy locally produced crafts venture down to the promenade where you will find stalls selling items making great gifts and mementos.
Many people taking Santa Eulalia holidays stock up on tobacco and alcohol where considerable savings can be made.
Holidays in Santa Eulalia - Beaches
Santa Eulalia beach has a wide and long stretch of fine white sand, clean clear shallow waters. The quality of the beach make Santa Eulalia holidays perfect for families with children, so while you relax the children can safely enjoy themselves. To the south of Santa Eulalia is Mariner's beach often referred to as one of the wonders of Spain, you will find the only river in the Balearic Islands running into the sea over a shallow bed of sand. This creates a dramatic confluence of mesmerising patterns and shades of blue, making a sight to behold. Santa Eulalia holidays are a high class affair and is reasonably up market, this is evident from the chic marina lined with plenty of quality restaurants.
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