CALA LLENYA, A PRIVILEGED SETTING ON IBIZA'S EAST COAST
A chilled-out and family-friendly beach in Santa Eulalia del Río
Our hotel is located in Santa Eulalia del Río, a quiet area in the northeast of Ibiza and one of the most picturesque areas on the island, where the rural world of authentic Ibiza fuses with the origins of the hippie movement. Unwind on the spectacular Cala Llenya beach, a five-minute walk away, or soak up the atmosphere of the fascinating Las Dalias hippie market, which takes place every Saturday.
Cala Llenya lies ten kilometres from Santa Eulalia del Rio, nestled between Cala Nova and Punta d'en Ribes. It's a family-friendly beach with a laid-back atmosphere, equipped with many services. It's equally great for taking part in water sports or for basking in the sun. Cala Llenya has a beach bar open almost all year round and a rental service for sunbeds and parasols.
Nearby towns to explore
Fancy some recommendations? A must-visit is the famous Las Dalias hippy market, just four kilometres away from the resort, or the well-known Anita Bar (Ca n'Anneta), where you can savour its renowned Ibizan hierbas. You can also laze on wonderful beaches lapped by turquoise waters, starting with Cala Llenya beach and continuing with Cala Mastella, with its famous restaurant El Bigotes, where you can tantalise your taste buds with a delicious 'bullit de peix', an exquisite stew made with freshly caught fish. Equally spectacular are the beaches of Aigues Blanques, Cala Boix, Es Pou des Lleó and Cala Nova. Breathtaking! Explore other wonderful nearby towns: San Carlos, with a vibrant cultural life; Santa Eulalia del Río, home to an array of services and shops, along with a beautiful seafront promenade and marina; and Ibiza Town, famous for its spectacular historic quarter, majestic cathedral, countless shops and a whole host of family-friendly activities.
Ibiza is by far the best place to be in the world during the summer. Outstanding beaches, world-famous clubs, parties, stunning restaurants and simply amazing beach clubs. Music, beaches, chilled drinks, feel-good sunbeds, beautiful people, fashion, cuisine and the best international DJs. Endless proposals to enjoy on this vibrant Mediterranean island. Ibiza's street markets, also known as craft markets or hippie markets, are also some of the island's most important tourist attractions. In practically every town and village there's a market, where you can browse the stalls, stroll around, watch performances by artists or musicians and soak up the unique atmosphere. Explore the well-known Las Dalias market, in San Carlos, where you'll find clothes, jewellery and accessories, ornaments, exotic musical instruments, antiques, and much more. Or take a mooch around the Punta Arabí market in Es Canar, where every Wednesday more than five hundred artisans and artists gather to showcase their exclusive creations of all kinds of products from different parts of the world. And not forgetting the flea markets in Sant Jordi, close to the airport and open all year round, or in Sant Joan, very popular among local residents. You'll be impressed, for sure!
Five-minute walk from Cala Llenya Resort Ibiza.
Dimensions: 190 metres long and 60 metres wide.
Seabed: Sand. Shallow with gentle slope.
Surroundings: Residential, tourist.
Location: Ten kilometres from Santa Eulalia and twenty-five kilometres from Ibiza Town.
Enjoy beautiful beaches and fascinating attractions!
Ibiza is by far the best place to be in the world during the summer. Outstanding beaches, world-famous clubs, parties... and simply amazing beach clubs. Music, beaches, chilled drinks, feel-good sunbeds, beautiful people, fashion, cuisine, the best international DJs and an array of leisure activities are just some of the world-famous attractions of this island.
RECOMMENDED NEARBY BEACHES
Along its 200-plus kilometres of coastline bathed by crystal-clear waters, Ibiza boasts endless possibilities for a dip in the sea and a variety of well-equipped beaches.
Ibiza's street markets, also known as craft markets or hippie markets, are also some of the island's most important tourist attractions. In practically every town and village there's a market, where you can browse the stalls, stroll around, watch performances by artists or musicians and soak up the unique atmosphere.
What's more, Ibiza offers sports for all tastes. Lovers of hiking and nature, cycling, diving, horseback riding and even golf can choose from activities tailored to their needs on the so-called White Island. Which one do you prefer?