A wide, almost horseshoe shaped bay, Cala Llonga retains a slightly retro feel thanks to the quaint plastic fringed umbrellas dotting the sand and the many resort-style restaurants surrounding the beach. Surrounded by an amazing pine forest, the 360-degree view from the sand is postcard perfect and the tranquil waters are shallow, crystal clear and safe – a very popular choice for families with young children.
Who goes there?
Cala Llonga is a mecca for families on holiday, thanks to the multitude of things to do, water sports, shops, activities and safe, shallow water.
When to go
It’s worth arriving early to Cala Llonga, as early morning beach goers get their pick of the sun beds closest to the water of course!
White Ibiza loves
It’s gorgeous sunrise.
How to get there
On the east side of the island, next to Sol d’en Serra and close to Santa Eulalia.
Cala Llonga is accessible by bus and ferry from both Santa Eulalia and Ibiza Town. There is limited parking for private cars in the area and a taxi stand right at the top of the beach.
From Ibiza Town: 10-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 25-minute drive.