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Cala Llonga

A perfect resort for family holidays, Cala Llonga is a quiet base from which to enjoy the livelier aspects of holidays in Ibiza.
Average Flight Time:
2 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
17°C
Currency:
EUR

Cala Llonga, on the beautiful Balearic Island of Ibiza, is set around a bay with pine-clad hills as a backdrop. The resort is sandwiched between the busier resorts of Santa Eulalia and Ibiza Town. Holidays in Cala Llonga are a favourite with British holidaymakers looking for a quiet holiday in a laid-back resort. Cala Llonga's 200-metre Blue Flag beach, complete with its gently sloping soft white sands, is the perfect place to spend your days sunbathing or, for the more active, why not try snorkelling or watersports. Away from the beach, the resort’s compact centre boasts abundance of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars to enjoy. Family highlights include the Aquamar waterpark, a playground by the beach and a small funfair in town. What's more, you can fly to Ibiza in less than two and half hours - bringing a family holiday in Cala Llonga nearer than you think!

We have a great selection of Cala Llonga holidays to choose from

Weather Map More info...
Jan
11°C
Feb
11°C
Mar
14°C
Apr
15°C
May
18°C
Jun
24°C
Jul
26°C
Aug
26°C
Sep
23°C
Oct
20°C
Nov
14°C
Dec
12°C
Ibiza's hot, dry summers are what make it a firm favourite with British holidaymakers. The summer season runs from May to October, with the highest temperatures and least rainfall in June, July, August and September. Spring and autumn are great times to explore the island, with mild temperatures and less crowds making it easy and pleasant to get around.
Things to see & do

Holidays in Cala Llonga centre around the white, sandy beach with a good choice of water sports, including sailing, water skiing, diving, parasailing and pedalos, on offer. Take a boat trip to the sleepy beaches of Formentera, or a glassbottomed boat trip around the bay. The Aguamar Water Park in Playa Den Bossa is a fun day out.

Cala Llonga nightlife is laidback and mainly hotelbased. There are a few bars and restaurants to enjoy in the resort. For a livelier night out take a ride to nearby Santa Eulalia or Ibiza Town.

Food & drink

There are many restaurants to tempt your tastebuds in Cala Llonga. Menus feature freshlycaught fish and sea food along with Chinese, Spanish, Italian, English and traditional Spanish favourites.

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