Playa de Santa Eulalia is a small but quiet beach, even in the height of season you’ll find that although it gets busier it still has a calm feel to it. It has a lovely long stretch of fine white sands that are perfect for a stroll along the seafront because it’s so soft. The sea itself is clean and fairly shallow so kids will be fine to splash about in the waves. Due to the warm weather in the summer, the sea also gets warmer so if you love going for a swim June, July and August are the best times to go for a dip. It is separated from neighbouring Es Mariners’ beach by the pretty pedestrian promenade.
Es Mariners Beach is a slightly bigger beach than the Playa de Santa Eulalia. The beach is made up with fine, light coloured sands and has plenty of sunloungers for hire so you can spend a whole day here soaking up the sun. Ibiza’s only river runs into the sea here, but the water is usually quiet so you can watch the waves gently lap the shore.
Santa Eulalia beaches have a great atmosphere, you could quite happily spend a whole day at each of them plus there’s the promenade and marina for you to explore close by to each beach.