Siesta, Ibiza

February 14th, 2009 - 2:54 pm Posted in ibiza, Siesta | Comments (0)

siesta, ibizaThis little village on Ibiza is almost joined to its big sister town of Santa Eulalia, but is separated from it by the only river in the entire Balearics. The river is only a few hundred metres long, but is crossed by an unusual suspension bridge near to where it meets the sea.

Unlike Santa Eulalia, Siesta is built on the side of the nearest mountain overlooking the Bay of Santa Eulalia and the sunrise, but separating both from the next bay of Cala Llonga – a long and strenuous, but beautiful coastal walk away.

Predominantly a seasonal resort it has, nonetheless, some fine restaurants and is only a few minutes walk along the beach away from the heart of the cosmopolitan town of Santa Eulalia.

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