Review of Ibiza’s resorts on the east coast

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To Mallorca and Menorca, Ibiza is the third largest island of the Spanish Balearic Islands and is located southwest of Mallorca. Ibiza is world famous as a party island, and thus attracts all the young and young at heart from all over the world. But above all it offers its guests a strikingly beautiful landscape, forests, fertile valleys and rugged coastal scenery, which are classified into bays with sandy beaches.

Among the most famous seaside resorts include Playa Talamanca in Ibiza, Santa Eulalia and Es Canyar, which are found from the capital Ibiza town in a northerly direction along the southeastern coast of Ibiza. Just a kilometer away from the island’s capital, is the more quiet seaside resort Playa Talamanaca with gently sloping into the sea beach, which stretches along a large and expansive bay. After a good long swim in the turquoise sea a small promenade invites with cafes, restaurants and shops to enjoy and relax. The wide range of water sports, provide for excitement and variety. Then something more is going on in the larger tourist resort of Santa Eulalia, which with its very good infrastructure and clean water leaves no wish unfulfilled. The well-groomed, and especially of Germans preferred resort offers a variety of entertainment and water sports and numerous bars, cafes and restaurants catering for all tastes. It Canyar is again more of the smaller resorts with a picturesque harbor, small bars and restaurants and of course with a magnificent view over the sea. Particularly popular with young holidaymakers, the resort is mainly well known to the hippy market. And here again, you will find an extensive range of entertainment. For example, you can participate in a tour by jeep. No matter which of these destinations you want to spend your well deserved holiday: in any case you should not miss a trip to the bustling and colorful capital Ibiza Town, with its world-heritage Old Town, a romantic waterfront and the Fortress Church.



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