If there is something you cannot complain about in Santa Eulalia, it is beach shortage. It is almost impossible to enumerate all those that invite you to the bath, beginning by s’ Estanyol at the municipality border to Ibiza until arriving at Aguas Blancas in the northeast of the island. In addition you can find them for all preferences. Those that sometimes like to jump naked into the water, without feeling observed by anybody, will be happy around Pou des Lleó. In Cala Llonga and Cala Leña, just to mention two examples, dominates a familiar atmosphere. Island insiders are pretty often attracted to Cala Olivera, Sol d’en Serra or Cala Boix.
Nevertheless, if you want to see and to be seen the beach supply of Santa Eulalia does somewhat heavily, so you must betake yourself to Las Salinas near Sant Jordi.
The European Environmental Education FEE distinguishes year by year diverse beaches of Santa Eulalia with the blue flag. For the concession of the distinction are considered both, the cleanliness of the water and the surrounding area as well as initiatives for environmental protection, services for tourists and the environmental disposal of rubbish.
This is how the local beach of Santa Eulalia is equipped with multicolored garbage cans that facilitate the rubbish separation, as well as an adapted access to the water for handicapped people.