If you are planning your holidays in Cala Llonga, Ibiza, the following information may help by giving you an overview of the resort and the surrounding area.
Before the advent of mass tourism, Cala Llonga was one of the scenic highlights of the island. The hotels and apartments have brought wealth and prosperity to the island and the local economy, and bring pleasure into the lives of countless holidaymakers.
Cala Llonga’s sheltered beach is one of the best on the island for children – the fine white sand is excellent for building castles or just for digging holes, and the gently sloping beach and wave-free water make it one of the safest. It is also possible to enjoy the scenery with the southern edge of Cala Llonga has been designated an ANEI, and area of special interest for its natural beauty, flowers and wildlife. It is very peaceful here, the perfect antidote to the hustle of the holiday beach just a few minutes away. Also to the south is Sol den Serra, a large pebble beach good for competent swimmers, but not for children.
Those seeking alternative relaxation on their Cala Llonga holidays can head south of Cala Llonga to Roca Llisa and Ibizas only golf course, originally build as a 9-hole course has more recently extended to include a full 18-hole course, giving 27 holes in all.
Holidays to Cala Llonga are quiet and not really for those looking for nightlife. There are a few bars [you may even come across a karaoke bar].
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