Sunbeds are 4 euros and umbrellas will set you back 3.60 euros.
There are quite a few typical Mediterranean restaurants surrounding the beach, plus plenty of ex-pat style cafeterias and small supermarkets serving takeaway sandwiches, snacks and drinks for a beach picnic.
Cala Llonga is one of the first beaches to lose the sun (at around 7.30pm) because of its eastern location, so be sure to allow yourself enough beach time.
Watersports such as jet skis, boat rides, windsurfers and more can all be hired directly from the beach.
If it’s all a bit too boisterous for you on Cala Llonga, take a detour to the right to Sol d’en Serra, a small private cove that is oh-so-quiet, and also features the beautiful beach restaurant Amante. Worth the treat!
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
- Great views / scenery