Cala Llonga is located at 4 km from Santa Eulalia, between s’Escull de Llibrell and Punta Roja. This shell-shaped stunning cove continues during 700 metres between abrupt and steep cliffs and ends on a wide white and fine-grained sandy area. It has a gentle slope. It is located on the East and the wind blows very gentle from sea to the coast. ?Its typology shelters it from the waves in the inside, making this beach suitable for swimming and water sports, as well as for anchoring only during the day on the centre (between 5 and 10 metres deep) and the entrance (about 16 metres deep) of this inlet and over a ground of sand and algae. You can get there by taking the Ibiza-Santa Eulària road and once you reach Santa Eulària turn right at the first roundabout. After about 3 km turn left and drive through the housing estate until you reach the beach. You can also get there from Jesús: once you are in the village, keep straight on along the road, drive by the golf club and after about 5 km you will come to the entrance to the housing estate. Road access is simple following the signs and detours. The private vehicle can be parked free of charge in the surroundings. It can also be reached using public transport, whose nearest bus stop is located just at 20 metres away.
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Fomento del Turismo de la Isla de Ibiza (Island of Ibiza Tourism Development) is an association founded by a group of forward-looking people who set themselves the task of stimulating, promoting and developing the island's budding tourist industry.
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