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Virtual Tour of Watersports at Santa Eulalia, Ibiza, Spain
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Holly Green says:
"Santa Eulalia is a fantastic part of the island that hasn't been overtaken by clubbers. Lovely sandy beaches, friendly beachside bars and restaurants and kitsch souvenirs make this a great part of the island to holiday in."
 
A D'Souza says:
"Beautiful golden beaches and endless crystal-blue waters. Ideal for the average tourist and perfect if you're into extreme watersports for the more adventureous of us!"
 
Sally says:
"The hotels by the sea are absolutely mind blowing. What could possibly be better than waking up to a view of natural blue waters?"
 
Totir Alexandru says:
"It's so much fun to do watersports if you're on vacation, but be warned it can be quite expensive at certain resorts."
 

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