Es Cana holidays tread the line between laidback and let off the leash. The town's definitely on the peaceful side, but there's a tempting taste of Ibiza's nightlife in store, too.
Down to earth Es Cana
It's natural charm that makes Es Cana stand out from the crowd in Ibiza. Rather than bass-pumping, big-name clubs, you'll find an XXL beach set-up and more countryside than you’ll know what to do. There's also one of the quirkiest shopping scenes in the whole of the Balearic Islands. And, as for evenings, they blend family-friendly fun with a less in-your-face version of San Antonio’s
Sands that suit
You’d have to be really picky to find fault with the main beach here – it’s a huge sweep of golden sand, and measures up as one of the longest in Ibiza’s back catalogue. If you’re not spending time on the shore or in the shallow waters, then the thrill-seeking options might be more your cup of tea. Surfers hit the waves around the corner at Cala Nova Beach. When you’re ready to get involved yourself, strap on a snorkel, cling to a banana boat, or go exploring on a boat trip – it’s your call.
The shopping scene in Es Cana’s a proper definition of not on the high street. Everything centres on the weekly hippy market – a bustling smorgasbord of stalls and pop-up shops. You can pick up fabrics in every colour of the rainbow, and the quirky crafts and keepsakes are like nothing you’ll find on the main drags. Don’t be afraid to be a little bolshy, either, as fixed prices aren’t always a given.