Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Pueblo Espárragos ( The Asparagus Village) is a complex of 130 Privately Owned Holiday apartments with amazing views, built on a hillside, amongst the pine trees, overlooking the bay of Cala Llonga.
Apart from accommodation, the Pueblo consists of 2 large pools and terraces, with their own separate children's pool (each pool with its own bar, both of which serve a really good varied lunch menu); The ‘Wild Asparagus’ Restaurant; the ‘Bunch of Grapes’ pub / restaurant (providing some evening entertainment and great food; and the 'Wild Asparagus Corner Shop’ where you can order your shopping if you prefer not to do it yourselves, and have your laundry washed and ironed.
Many of our guests return year after year to meet friends met the year before, whilst enjoying the ambiance of the poolsides, or in the bars. The sun beds are free, but hard to come by in August! The rest of the summer months there are plenty.
The PIMS Holidays Office is friendly and helpful, English and Spanish speaking, for all your enquiries and problems, with a 24 hour phone number to call in an emergency.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||200 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Ibiza 21 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors||
The two bedroom apartment sleeps 2 in two double bedrooms with twin beds. A 5th person can be accommodated on a sofa bed or a Z-bed in the lounge. There is a weekly supplement charge for the 5th person.
There is a fully furnished lounge with dining area and an American bar type kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering. The lounge leads onto a furnished terrace. There is one bathroom with shower. .
|Further details outdoors||
There is a 5 minute walk into Cala Llonga. This is a small friendly village, with shops and restaurants, a chemist and a doctors surgery and entertainment.
A few minutes further walking will bring you to the large sandy beach that leads gently and gradually into the sea, making it safe and fun for children. A bus or ferry ride away is our nearest town of St Eulalia, where there is always plenty going on. From here you can take a bus or ferry to anywhere on the Island.
Our Pueblo is perfect for families, of which many return year after year. You have to be early to book an apartment during the school holidays.
However, outside of this period, it is very peaceful and quiet. All the staff have plenty of time to cater to you, there is the opportunity to quietly read a book or go for a walk or to calmly swim. It is also cheaper to rent the accommodation!
The Ibiza region
Though primarily known for its party scene, large portions of Ibiza island are registered as U.N. World Heritage Sites, and thus protected from the development and commercialization of the main cities. A notable example includes "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay as well as some of the more traditional Ibicenco cultural sites. Because of its rustic beauty, companies and artists alike frequently use the island for photographic and film shoots. A monument ("The Egg") erected in honour of Christopher Columbus can be found in Sant Antoni: Ibiza is one of several places purporting to be his birthplace.
The climate of Ibiza is Mediterranean and has milder winters but slightly cooler summers than Majorca. The winters are generally mild with temperatures around 15 °C (60 °F) during the day and 8 °C (46 °F) at night. The hottest time of the year is July and August with temperatures reaching 30 °C (90 °F) most afternoons. The lowest recorded temperature in Ibiza is -5 °C (20 °F), the highest is 37 °C (100 °F).
For a small island Ibiza has plenty to show you on your holiday; beautiful beaches, enchanting countryside, history and culture.
In land you will find beautiful white washed villages, each with their own ancient church. Explore the narrow lanes, browse the local shops and then, perhaps, enjoy a lazy lunch on a shady terrace.
A visit to one of the famous Hippy Markets is a must. At the markets you have an enormous variety to choose from: the most exotic batik wraps and clothing to tailor-made leather moccasins and a tantalising variety of East Asian silver jewellery and trinkets. If you look around you can still find some of the original hippies, although most of them have grey hair by now!
Las Salinas Salt Flats is one of Ibiza's most popular sunset spots, it is situated on the southern most tip of the island. Water evaporates from the salt fields during the heat of the summer leaving a sparkling layer of pure salt on the bottom of the lakes.
Ibiza Town's romantic Medieval castle, Dalt Vila, is a must see for all visitors to Ibiza. If it’s too hot during the day go for a stroll early evening, eat in one of the many well known restaurants and later enjoy a cocktail in the port area that begins to buzz about 11pm and see the best of Ibiza by night.
Can Marça Caves by Puerto de San Miguel beach offer breathtaking sea views as you descend steeply to the entrance. Enter this multi-level, yellow-gold world, plotting the smugglers' ancient route with a multilingual guide. Mysteriously, silently over eons, stalagmites and stalactites have formed into figures, temples and rocket stations. At the heart is a spectacular Music & Light Show with a 30 ft. cascade of diamond-bright water. Open all year. Tours hourly, summer from 10.30 - 19.30 h, winter from 11.00 - 17.00 h. Tel.: 971 33 47 76. By Puerto de San Miguel beach.
Cala Llonga is located in a beautiful bay surrounded by rocky cliffs. The main attraction of the resort is its fine sandy beach which is very child friendly making Cala Llonga a popular destination for family holidays. The beach is very wide, deep and sandy and is cleaned everyday during the busy times. The sea water is clear and kept clean. The community of Cala Llonga are proud of their ‘Blue Flag’ status and work hard to keep the beach up to standard. Fresh water showers are situated at the back of the beach. The beach slopes very gently down into the sea and beyond creating safe and shallow swimming for children and non swimmers.
Under the pine trees, protected from the sun, is a popular play area for children with safe slides, sea-saws etc.
Cala Llonga has all the amenities expected of a self-sufficient resort, such as restaurants, bars, internet cafés, supermarkets, a chemist, plenty of parking spaces and beach bars serving a range of Spanish and international food. There is even an occasional funfair during the summer months.
More so than many other beaches in Ibiza, Cala Llonga has excellent facilities for a range of activities. Ibiza's only golf course (Golf de Ibiza) is just a little way down the road (in the direction of the village of Jesus), and boasts a fairly challenging 18-hole course that stays open until 7pm. The price for a round of golf includes lunch, so for golf fans the course is well worth a visit. Cala Llonga has good facilities for horse riding as well, and offers hour-long lessons, treks to beaches, day-long treks into the surrounding countryside, and even night treks. Surrounding Cala Llonga are tracks perfect for cycling, jogging, trekking and interesting walking routes for the ramblers, going through pine forests and along cliff tops with some spectacular scenery.
Public transport has improved greatly over the last few years and now you can easily get a bus or ferry, during most of the day, to St. Eulalia or Ibiza Town and from there to anywhere on the Island. For those wanting night life, you can take the last bus out of Cala Llonga to Ibiza and then for the return there are buses all night long from the clubs, Ibiza or San Antonio to St Eulalia, but then it has to be a taxi to Cala Llonga.