Cala Llonga - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama of Cala Llonga was taken fairly early in the morning, before most of the holiday makers had descended to the beach. All was prepared for the day, the sand had been leveled and all the deck chairs and sun beds arranged in neat rows. The panoramic picture shows the beach and the hotels that line the bay.
Cala Llonga - FURTHER INFORMATION
Cala Llonga - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Cala Llonga' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Panorama from the beach at Cala Llonga in Ibiza. Cala Llonga is a complete resort, with numerous hotels lining the back of the beach. Virtually everything here is purpose built of the holiday and tourist industry. The beach contained nothing about 30 years ago and was then only accessible by boat (it used to be a favorite smuggling beach). Now it is well developed with plenty of facilities, hotels, apartments and villas. The beach is very popular and there is a regular ferry service here from Santa Eulalia (Santa Eularia) in the summer months. Cala Llonga is a very long cove cutting deep into the south coast of Ibiza. It provides very good snorkeling and is often used as an anchorage for yachts and boats. There is another panoramic photograph of Cala Llonga from a pier which gives a good view of the beauty of the whole cala.
Cala Llonga beach is almost 200m long and up to 100m wide in places. It has soft white sand, and the shore slopes very gently from the shoreline. As one might expect for a purpose built resort, Cala Llonga is able to offer numerous water sports like sailing, water skiing, diving and even parasailing along with the obligatory pedalos. Those visiting the cala should be advised that there is little natural shade here.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
By Road: The road to Cala Llonga is just south of Santa Eularia des Rui on the PM-810. If coming from Eivissa it is debatable whether it is faster to take the coast road or the PM-810 to Santa Eularia and then double back the short distance.