Es Cana holidays
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When: Es Cana is a great summer holiday destination with August temperatures regularly reaching above 30ºC.
Where: Es Cana has plenty for the single traveller to enjoy. There are a number of beaches around the town and there are some good facilities for those looking for a peaceful and rejuvenating break. If you're keen on meeting people during your holiday, why not check out the bars and cafes in the centre of town.
Why: Es Cana is a very pleasant place for a holiday in the summer or winter months. It is much quieter than some other parts of the island, allowing for a relaxing holiday in the sun but still has enough nightlife venues to guarantee a sociable break if that's what you're looking for.
When: Es Cana is at its most appealing in the midsummer months when the daytime temperatures never get much below the mid twenties celsius. The carnival processions of the Saint Christopher Festival in July are well worth catching.
Where: There are plenty of bars, restaurants and shops for groups visiting Es Cana to enjoy and there are good water sports facilities available. The Island's capital is just 20km away and boasts such legendary nightlife venues as Pacha and Space.
Why: Es Cana is a pretty and peaceful resort town with excellent public transport connections to some of the most famous nightclubs in Europe and is a fantastic destination for groups of friends.
When: Es Cana is a gorgeous beach holiday destination from May to October. However, you might want to avoid major European school holidays when the town can fill up with family holidays.
Where: Es Cana has plenty of fun activities for couples. You might want to explore the gorgeous coastlines on a chartered sailing trip or to see some of the stunning surrounding landscapes on a hired scooter or moped.
Why: Es Cana is a beautiful little resort with idyllic stretches of sandy beach, warm sea waters and a gorgeous local countryside of pine forests and rugged valleys. It can be a great destination for a romantic getaway in both the summer and winter months.
When: Es Cana is a great destination for a family summer holiday. Mid August temperatures - when the mercury regularly climbs above 30ºC - can be a bit much for young children. Try booking a holiday in June or July instead.
Where: Children will relish the opportunity of trying out some of the water sports facilities here and will also enjoy the Acrobosc assault courses and playgrounds. Alternatively, the tourist train - which winds its way through the gorgeous countryside - is a lovely way to see some of the stunning Balearic scenery.
Why: Es Cana is much more family focussed than many of the other Ibiza resorts and is a great destination for a family holiday in the sun.