Couldn't fault Cala Nova campsite. Stayed there for 5 nights. It seemed to be about 35% full. There was a good mix of nationalities and people staying in tents, motorhomes and the sites cabins. Facilities clean and plenty of hot water in the showers.There was a well stocked supermarket at the entrance to the campsite. Great location, with beach only 2 minutes away. Bus stop also nearby but a short walk to Es Canar gives a much more frequent service. I am pleased I stayed in Cala Nova which was much more peaceful and secluded and not Es Canar which was little bit tripperish with too many Britons. Just remember the ground can be hard when trying to push tent pegs into it, but a neighbouring camper offered me a hammer so that was easier. Plenty of trees on the site and a small open air bar which occasionally has live music which was very enjoyable.
I would certainly stay there again but I am not so sure about Ibizia itself as it was difficult to get away from fellow Britons..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family run campsite with wooden bungalows next to the beach. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Camping Cala Nova Ibiza/Santa Eulalia Del Rio