Es Cana besides being a holiday resort, aimed at mostly families, is also a fishing harbour. There are boat trips from here to Santa Eulalia. The beach which lies in a curve is very sheltered and also the sea has no currents making if very safe for children.
There are many bars/restaurants to suit most pockets and lots of souvenir shops.
The Bus Station is situated just behind the promenade. We actually caught a bus from the bus station thinking it was going to S'Agamassa, but unfortunately we were wrong!!!! It did however, thankfully, go quite near by, but we had to walk the rest of the way!!!
The bus driver didnt understand us andwe didnt understand him!!! Its probably best to get bus timetables etc before hopping onto the first bus that comes along like we did!
There are trips in glass bottom boats also from Es Cana which last a couple about an hour or so. This is a photo of Joe peering through the glass bottom of the boat on a trip up the coast.
Escana is a resort a bit further on from S'Agamassa. It is a much livelier and larger resort. But it is really nice and well worth a visit. We could walk here in about 20 minutes over some dried up fields, but this is not advisable at night time as there were not any lights. You can walk the road way, but it takes a little longer and again in part there are no pavements or street lights. It is more advisable to get a taxi.
This photo is of me in Escana by one of the small bays.