The third-largest resort on the island, Santa Eulalia, is a beloved destination for families and those seeking a slower pace of life. With a long-established reputation as Ibiza’s gastronomic and cultural centre, this chilled-out resort is flourishing with a laid-back island atmosphere mixed in with some world-class cuisine. Stretching the entire length of the beach, the busy promenade is perfect for bar-hopping and dining out, all whilst soaking up the balmy sea breeze. Head to the fittingly named ‘Restaurant Street’, Calle San Vicente, which comes alive after sunset with rows of restaurants perfect for a meal out. Cruise down to the flashy marina to check out the luxury yachts moored in the port, all while browsing through boutiques and dining in an upmarket restaurant. Golf lovers will be excited to know that the island’s one and only golf course is within easy access.
Pack your sunscreen for some beach-hopping along the coast, with the main attraction being Santa Eulalia Beach, with its abundance of sunbeds flanking its calm waters. Just a short drive from town are the local favourites of Cala Mastella and Aguas Blancas, which back on to soaring cliffs, perfect for snorkelling with their marine life-filled rocky seabed. But it’s not all cocktails and sunbeds. There’s plenty of history and legends echoing through the streets, with the ancient Old Bridge and the Puig de Missa church to explore.