Most popular Apartments in Siesta
Highlights in Siesta
- Quiet beaches
- Lively nightlife nearby
- Open air markets
- Impressive views
- UNESCO Heritage Sites
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Apartments in Siesta
Siesta is locally known as Calo S’Alga or Racó of s’Alga. You can choose from several apartments in a gated complex and enjoy the quiet and relaxed atmosphere of this little beach resort, away from the busier beaches of Santa Eulalia but yet close enough to enjoy its nightlife and entertainment. Start your search and apply the filters to select your favourite apartment and enjoy some quality time on the White Island, Ibiza.Apartments by the sea
A few steps from the beach, most apartments are in residential complexes with communal pools with shallow ends for children. You can enjoy the gardens and playing areas for the little ones. The apartments are fully equipped and have capacity for 6 people. Ideal for couples and families who like staying close to beautiful beaches and enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere.
Travellers and activities
Ibiza is defined by crystal clear waters, beach scenes and sunsets. Siesta is a very small neighbourhood and so are the beaches. Cal de S’Alga is at the very end of Siesta and is named after this small village. It’s a very family-oriented beach with white sand and ideal for snorkelling. Siesta beach is small but you can have sunbeds and parasols to rent and some refreshments and drinks are available at the tiny kiosk. Peaceful and quiet. This small beach invites you to unwind under the Balearic sun and enjoy your holidays on the island.Siesta for family holidays
The White Island is not just the mecca for young clubbers. If you want to take a break from the dance floor or just enjoy a nice family holiday, Ibiza offers you plenty of towns to visit, cultural attractions, lovely beaches and historical sites. Visit Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, Torres des Savinar and wander the labyrinth of narrow streets of Ibiza’s Old Town and go to the High Town’s Main square. Enjoy marked trails and enjoy some active holidays with the kids or practise your favourite water sports.
Did you know Ibiza is not an island, but a mountain top? 5 million years ago,when the Atlantic Ocean flooded the Mediterrariean basin, it left the mountain tops known as the Balearic Islands.
Top 7 travel tips in Siesta
Siesta has a promenade along the beach where you can enjoy pleasant walks in the afternoon and the evenings in this island atmosphere. After a long day at the beach, finish it by sitting at any of the cafes and enjoy a café con leche, a cup of tea or an ice cream, waiting for the sun to come down.2. Take in the views from Talaiassa
Sa Talaiassa is a small mountain but still the highest point in Ibiza. In St Josep you will find the signposted path to hike up to the top and get the sweeping views from east and west coasts and the mythical island of Es Vedrà. Enjoy the sunset, listening to the sounds of nature and admiring the horizon as the oranges and reds take over the west and the east of the island, darkens beneath the stunning colours of the sky.3. Visit UNESCO Heritage Sites
Ibiza is home to different UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Start in Old Town Ibiza (Dalt Vila) where ancient cultures have left their traces including the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Muslims. Enter through any of the five accesses and wander the maze of alleyways and get mesmerising views of the port from the top square, by the canyons. Visit the Necropoli at Puig des Molins, home to the world’s largest collection of Punic artifacts. The Phoenician settlement of La Caleta is another spot to visit and spend the rest of the day having a picnic and enjoy some time on the beach.4. Shopping at the markets
Holidays on an island are much more than just beach, sun and nightlife. Shopping in Ibiza town is an experience but browsing the stalls of its famous markets is incredible. There are several markets in many small towns but four of them have become really popular. The hippy market of Punta Arabí in Es Canar is a huge lining of stalls with drummers and bongo players performing and having a little jam session. However, Las Dalias hippy market is very well known for its Saturday market and as it is very busy now they also have the night markets. Cala Llenya is a Sunday market and San Jordi Car boot sale is on Saturday mornings only. Buy jewellery, clothes, accessories and crafts to take back with you!5. Enjoy the Mediterranean Sea.
Siesta is bathed by the Mediterranean waters of the sea and this gives you the option of choosing from a varied list of activities in and on the water. Go for a swim, explore the seabed diving in beautiful spots or snorkel and have a look at what's underneath you. Practice some windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing or SUP. Want to discover hidden caves and coves? Get on a boat and set sail around the beautiful coastline of Ibiza to access small and secluded coves to spend the day, take a dip, have a picnic or just to get away from the hustle and bustle of the most popular and busy beaches.6. Go cycling around the island
Get to know the other side of the White Island. Get on your bike and cycle Route 19 from Ibiza town. You can enjoy about 40 miles of roads up to Sant Llorenç, crossing different towns and villages on one side, and the stunning azure waters on the other side. Admire the traditional architecture of the villages, its little churches and monuments or make a little stop to recharge your batteries with some gazpacho, a few tapas or a refreshing beer.7. Eat out in Cala Mastella
Discover this little culinary gem in a little cove of Cala Mastella. LIned with rustic fishing huts, this pretty cove is home to a small eatery called El Bigotes, where you can only order one dish cooked over a wood fire: fish stew. The delicious smell fills in the air as you get closer and you can see people queuing up, waiting for their turn to sit and enjoy their meal. If you arrive early you might have a chance to get a spot!