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Es Cana Holidays

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CurrencyEUR: Euro LanguageSpanish Flight Duration2 hours 15 minutes (from the UK) Time ZoneGMT +1 hour

Es Cana is a relaxing haven that can be found on the east coast of Ibiza - its working harbour helping the resort to maintain much of its charm and character. That’s not to say the town isn’t buzzing though. Lively bars help to kick things up a notch during the evenings, while the well-known weekly Hippy Market brings in holidaymakers, and locals, from all over the island.

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Great Things to Do

Es Cana’s golden crescent-shaped beach is often enough for many laidback holidaymakers, but the resort isn’t short of things to do elsewhere.

Nurture your Inner Bohemia

Es Cana may be home to the Hippy Market, but it’s the village of San Carlos that is one of the original meccas favoured by actual hippies. Visit this bohemian village, about 10mins inland, where being a hippy is a lifestyle, not a fashion statement. Anita’s Bar is a must, whether you’re peace-loving and long haired, or not.

Ride the Crests

Head to the right of the main beach, keep walking for about ten minutes, and you will arrive at Cala Martina beach, a sheltered, family friendly spot which is a popular hangout for watersports fanatics. Here you can join the reputable windsurfing school, and pick up some tips on how to ride the waves like a pro.

Be a Monkey for a Day

This fun outdoor activity will keep everyone in the family entertained. The Ibizan answer to Go Ape, Acrobosc is set in an area of pine trees, near Cala Pada beach. There are two assault courses for you to try; balance on tightropes, zip through the air and take a leap of faith. Don’t worry, you have a safety harness attached!

Meander the Markets

Es Cana isn’t the only place in the area with a market, and if you love to shop and hunt for bargains, check out another shopping hotspot nearby. The Las Dalias hippy market is held every Saturday in San Carlos, selling handicrafts, jewellery and textiles. During the summer, there’s one here at night, with live music, too!

Getting Around

Es Cana is well connected to many of the other island resorts, with ferry and bus services operating regularly. Walking is a great way to explore the resort’s coastline and the picturesque countryside that surrounds it. Taxis are available as a convenient choice, and a fun tourist train can help you to discover the island. You can also hire bikes - budget-friendly and a great way to stay fit!

By Bus

Frequent buses operate throughout the day and can take you to other resorts on the island. In summer, the Disco Bus stops in Es Cana for afterdark travel to the hotspots including San Antonio and Ibiza Town.

By Car

There are several car hire places within the Es Cana resort, all providing decent cars at affordable prices. Car hire is a great way of exploring Ibiza at your own pace. Driving is on the right hand side.

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Passports and Visas

A visa isn’t required for British citizens travelling to Ibiza, but you must have a valid passport. Check the most recent passport and visa info at For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/

Health and Safety

Protect yourself while away, with comprehensive travel and medical insurance. An EHIC also entitles you to emergency treatment. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health

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