27 Jun 2017

Postcards from Santa Eulalia

Choosing the region that we stayed in Ibiza was a shot in the dark so to speak, and going by the hotel reviews was really the only reason behind the decision, not having visited before (see more of Sol Beach House Ibiza). As luck would have it, not only was the hotel amazing, Santa Eulalia had everything we wanted. Calm, non-hassled walks on the promenade at sundown overlooking the ocean, lined with restaurants that literally housed every cuisine you could be after on holiday. San Martino was our favourite restaurant, offering authentic and absolutely delicious Italian food, wine and ambiance (not particularly being one for tapas). The baked aubergine for starter and wild mushroom with truffle oil risotto for main were ordered more times than I care to admit, and considering it is on the sea-front, the prices were more than reasonable. Visiting in May seemed to be the perfect time, as there were enough people around to create an atmosphere, but it was far from busy by any stretch. Too pretty not to share, here's some of my pictures from Santa Eulalia... 

Staying in a wellness hotel, of course Sol Beach House Ibiza (see here) was joined to a hiking trail leading up, essentially, from the pool itself. Complete with beautiful, panoramic coastal views, it's more than worth waking up an hour earlier to do the walk (or run, if you're brave) before breakfast.

All photos used are my own.

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