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Cala Llonga Beach Resort, East Ibiza

Family friendly beach resort in the east of the island of Ibiza

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As you turn off the main road into Cala Llonga, you could be mistaken for this being a country club with its rather official looking walled entrance. It is however, a delightful family resort that is buzzing with life.

As you drive through the town you'll find the streets lined with various cafés and restaurants, as you get closer to the beach the shops begin to sell buckets and spades, inflatables and all the things that you will need to make your beach holiday complete. They might not quite have caught up with the wave of pretty boutique shops hitting the island but you will be well serviced with a pharmacy supermarket and tourist shops.

The bay is extremely sheltered on all sides and reaches out quite far before it meets the open ocean, so bathing is fairly safe in the shallow waters here. There are always a number of yachts moored off the coast and many accommodation blocks surrounding the beach so you probably won't need to travel far each morning.

As well as relaxing on the beach you can be a little more adventurous here and turn your hand to things such as parasailing, scuba-diving, windsurfing, paddle boarding and much more. And there is always the option of bat and ball, or a game of volleyball on the go.

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The beach itself is long and very wide, possibly one of the widest on the island so it's easy to find yourself a spot to camp down for the day. It's also well monitored and patrolled by life guards so you can be assured that someone is looking out for the safety of yourself and your family when in the water. 

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In addition to the many watersports that are available in Cala Llonga, you'll also find Ibiza's only golf club not far south of the town. A short drive on the quiet country roads and you will be at the Roca Lisa Golf Course.

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There are so many restaurants, bars (including the obligatory English-pub types) and cafés in this town so you will most certainly find something to suit everyone.

For something a little out of town and a bit more rustic, it's worth making the trip to the old farmhouse that is Casa Piedra or perhaps the casual dining experience with Mexican and International specialities of El Deseo.

But by far and away my favourite dining spot in the area is just a short drive further round the coast to the south at the Amante Beach Club. Situated in the cliff overlooking the Sol d'en Serra bay this beautiful restaurant, bar and beach club offers everything you could need for a day in the sunshine.

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There is an abundance of hotel accommodation around Cala Llonga, so you'll have no trouble in finding a place to stay, including many good value and budget family hotels. There is also now an adults only hotel if you are looking for more of a romantic getaway in the area.

For a real boutique experience there are two rural hotels within five or so minutes drive of the beach, the Can Domo and the Can Pere. Both of these offer more of a countryside retreat feel in a traditional Ibizan setting.


Map of the surrounding area