Cala Llonga - Perfect for British holidaymakers
Cala Llonga is a fantastic resort for British families. Considering it’s located on the party capital of the world this resort is situated in a relaxing and quiet environment.
Located in a small bay surrounded by pine-clad hills Cala Llonga was a refuge for smugglers in the past, no doubt attracted by its isolation and seclusion.
Home to a very long beach gifted with stunning white sands and beautiful waters inviting visitors to take a dip, where families and couples can relax in the great weather available. The beaches waters remain shallow for some way out making it safe for children.
Cala Llonga is a very scenic area and has great landscape making it very picturesque and has great convenience with supermarkets and shops to fill shelves in your accommodation.
There are no banks in Cala Llonga, just one cash machine. However many places, including hotels, will change up money for you.
Ibiza Town is only a 10 minute drive from Cala Llonga and Santa Eulalia but you can alsoget there by ferry in the summer months.
Cala Llonga – Sights and Activities
Cala Llonga beach has become very popular especially with children due to its safe shallow waters, more so because there is a wooden playground and a funfair close by.
For the keen golfer the Golf de Ibiza course is also close to the resort and it provides equipment for hire and lessons if people decide to take it up. The island has a whole host of activities on offer such as diving, windsurfing and para-gliding as well as horse-riding and tennis.
Around the resort there are enough shops and a supermarket to pick up odd bits. There are plenty of shops selling clothes, food and gifts for people back at home, with everything fairly reasonably priced in Cala Llonga.
Watch out for Cala Llonga Festival Day which should appear during August and is celebrated with a fantastic fireworks display.
Cala Llonga – Food and Nightlife
Cala Llonga has many restaurants available for eating during the day and dining on the evening. Cala Llonga is a popular resort and its restaurants and bars are usually busy. With it being busy there are a lot of options to suit everyone’s taste including sea food, English, Spanish, Chinese and Italian style restaurants.
There is some reasonable nightlife with bars for a good night so the groups of singles going have something to do at night. Other late night entertainment will come in the shape of hotel entertainment with Spanish dancers and live shows available. Most entertainment will come to a close shortly after midnight so for a later night you may need to travel about a little, reflecting the family nature of the resort.
Cala Llonga - Weather Info
Cala Llonga is much like any other resort in Ibiza when it comes to the weather with hot summers and cooler winters. The best time to visit Cala Llonga is August which is undoubtedly the resorts hottest period. Winter is expectedly the coldest time to visit and you would be advised to bring at least one jacket for the night time, but will remain warm through the day. The same could be said about the summer but you won’t be in any danger if you forget a jacket.
Winter can be a little bit cloudier with a small amount of rainfall but the majority of the summer is mainly clear blue skies and bright sunshine for 12 hours a day.