75 Apartments in Santa Eulària des Riu

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Es Canar 12 Accommodations
Cala Llonga 9 Accommodations
s'Argamassa 4 Accommodations
Siesta 2 Accommodations
Es Figueral 2 Accommodations
Puig d'en Valls 1 Accommodation
La Joya 1 Accommodation

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Playa de Es Canar 1 Accommodation

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With a palm-lined promenade and a beautiful sandy beach, Santa Eulalia is a quieter part of Ibiza that’s more about the laidback lifestyle than the superclubs. It’s the island’s third largest resort and is a popular haunt for families and couples on the hunt for some Spanish sun in the summer months. As well as a great beach scene, Santa Eulalia also boasts a great cultural reputation, and is filled with art galleries, delicious gourmet restaurants, exclusive shopping venues, and a collection of fun bars and cafés. So many people think Ibiza is only for the young, hedonistic crowd, but this is far from the truth, and Santa Eulalia proves this. The year-round community spirit that imbues the resort makes it the perfect place to take the family on a summer trip, but it’s also ideal for those seeking something a little more cultural. With our apartments in Santa Eulalia, you can explore all the different sides of the resort, from the beach and the shallow waters to the shops and restaurants.

The Different Faces of Santa Eulalia

The best thing about Santa Eulalia is its ability to mould itself to anyone, whether you’re a wine lover, a sun seeker, or a history buff.

Wining and dining is a popular activity in the resort, with locals and tourists flocking to the great selection of restaurants and bars throughout the day. Calle san Jaime is the main strip in the resort, and it’s lined with numerous coffee shops, wine bars, and family-run restaurants. Alternatively, you can head to Calle San Vicente, which is also known as the Street of Restaurants. After dark the road is closed to cars and opens itself up into a traditional Mediterranean dusk scene.

For something a little craftier, head to the centre of town where a cute road is lined with the colourful stalls of street vendors selling everything from painted portraits to illustrations and photographs. At the end of the promenade, you’ll emerge out onto the beach.

The Marina is a popular hotspot in the resort, home to an array of excellent restaurants and cafes that serve all manner of dishes and cuisines. It’s a great place to hit the shops, with numerous artisan stores and designer boutiques dotted around, and there is a menu of evening entertainment that takes place here every day.

For the sportier traveler, there are tons of water sports and adventurous activities to get stuck into, including surfing, paragliding, hiking, and mountain biking in the stunning surrounding scenery.

And, for the creatives, there are plenty of local galleries and shops that sell artworks by Sant Eulalia artists. The resort marks the hub of art and design on the island, so there are numerous cultural institutions to check out.

Regardless of what kind of trip you’re looking for, make sure you check into one of our Santa Eulalia apartments to make the most of all the activities and things to see on offer.

Fun Things to do in Santa Eulalia

Apartments in Santa Eulalia – Santa Eulalia Accommodation

As you can see, there is a huge mixture of things to do in Santa Eulalia, from typical days spent at the beach, to getting to know the fascinating history of the area. Our Santa Eulalia apartments give you open access to all of this and more, placing you right in the centre of all the action.

Santa Eulalia Accommodation

Because of its diverse selection of things to do, Santa Eulalia accommodation offers something for everyone. There are plush, high-rise hotels that dominate the skyline near the sea, as well as blocks of studios with balconies that overlook the beach. Further away from the shoreline there are numerous boutique hotels that hark back to the resort’s past, and a number of budget hostels for travellers who are looking to save a pretty penny. In addition, there are traditional guesthouses, homestays, and family-run B&Bs for a more authentic way to explore the area.

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