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If you're after laidback luxury on your Balearic Islands holiday, Santa Eulalia in Ibiza is about as classy as coastal resorts come. Spot the gleaming yachts on the marina, browse the designer boutiques and art galleries, or simply people watch on the sands ' a holiday in Santa Eulalia really is a cut above your average stint in the sun. Forget Ibiza's reputation as a party isle in Santa Eulalia it's all about glamorous cocktails, or lingering over a jug of sangria with friends and family. But despite its relaxed feel, there's plenty going on to keep you occupied- from watersports to art exhibitions.
Santa Eulalia Marina
Santa Eulalia boasts a rather swanky marina, with even swankier yachts proudly waiting to be 'oooed' and 'aaaahed' over. Grab a bite or a drink by the waterfront and pretend you're the owner of one of the boats ' it costs nothing to daydream!
Mariner's Beach is a pretty sandy stretch in Santa Eulalia, where you can take up residence on a sun-lounger or hit the waves with your choice of watersports. If you fancy exploring the area a little more, there's a great riverside walk which links Mariner's Beach to the picturesque village of Siesta ' which lives up to its name as a peaceful, sleepy little spot on the island.
Ibiza Town is a mere 20 minute drive from Santa Eulalia if you fancy a change of scene. Here you can wander the cobbles of the UNESCO listed Old Town, marvel at the 16th Century castle or shop for souvenirs in the gift and trinket shops. Or why not stay out after dark to experience the famous Ibiza nightlife? You'll find the Pacha nightclub, as well as bars, pubs and discos, to keep you up all night.
Shop till you Drop
The main shopping street in Santa Eulalia is the Paseo, a wide, tree-lined street which runs vertical from the beachfront promenade. It's a great place to pick up local crafts from the artisan stalls, with jewellery, handbags and souvenirs being among the best buys. Climb Puig de Missa Hill.
Those who like a little activity on holiday can pull on their walking shoes and tackle the hill that dominates Santa Eulalia, Puig de Missa. The view at the top is a stunner, and there's also a little whitewashed church providing picturesque photo opportunities. Tuck in on Calle San Vicente
If you're a foodie then you'll be in your element in Santa Eulalia. Calle San Vicente has so many great places to eat and drink that it's been dubbed 'Restaurant Street, with cuisines of all type on offer, including Spanish, French and Moroccan. Share a big pan of paella and a jug of sangria for a long lunch and spot of people watching. Calle San Vicente is also a lively place to head for after dark action. While Santa Eulalia would never want to compete with the likes of San Antonio for pubs and clubs, there are plenty of classy places to get a low key drink at this popular foodie hub.
For a higher class of holiday on the white isle, Santa Eulalia has it all - great restaurants, a stunning marina and fantastic opportunities to shop mix with fine beaches and some stunning natural surroundings to make one glamorous holiday spot.
For a taste of traditional Ibiza, Ibiza Town is the ideal destination. Step back in time with a wander around the old town, before bringing yourself bang up to date in the big name clubs, for an amazing old meets new way to experience this Canary Island. Book your package holidays to Santa Eulalia with Direct Holidays, for affordable luxury on the white isle of Ibiza.