Calas de Ibiza. Cala Llonga

Cala Llonga

Half way between Ibiza and Santa Eulalia, we find Cala Llonga. A beach urban semi easy access and a multitude of services, located in a tourist environment and leisure. Despite being fairly urbanized, the Cove looks fantastic, being a perfect place for your holiday choice.

How to get to Cala Llonga

Can access through the highway of Jesus or from her own Santa Eulalia. The first way is the more easy of follow and which must take if comes of Ibiza or from the airport. Taking the road that goes towards Santa Eulalia, in the first roundabout after the of Pacha, take the road towards Jesus. After passing this small population, we will continue our way to golf course. After a few kilometers and an extensive Grove, the road ends leading to a cross. Turn to the left. Already not have that abandon the road as the road ends in the own Cala Llonga.

To access from Santa Eulalia, take the road to Ibiza and the few kilometers you will find the turn-off to Cala Llonga. We will have to be careful when leaving the mountain wooded left there is almost immediately another detour to the Cove. From here, we will not leave the road.

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Services, many. We could say that all. Arenal is extensive, although the area next to the beach is packed with some curious umbrellas of green and Blue’s unique appearance. Many hammocks and plenty of space behind them. The Cove is very deep with steep slopes at the sides. Some hotels in the surrounding area have a gorgeous appearance, but on the other hand they deeply clash with the green color of the extensive Mediterranean groves. The water is very clear, and the waves only penetrate in the Bay. Following regulatory marks, there are enough boats at anchor, although without giving the impression of affecting the quality of the water. The coastal stretch is topped with dry dock where the locals gather in search of an omelette and a glass of wine.

In the surroundings you will find only forest and mountainous, with steep gorges that lead directly to the sea, so if you intend to practice trekking, extreme caution.

You can find photos, map and information about buses and surroundings on the page of Cala Llonga

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