The municipality of Santa Eulalia del Río is located at the east of the island of Ibiza and is made up of 5 parishes: Santa Eulalia, Sant Carles, Santa Gertrudis, Jesús and Puig d’en Valls. Santa Eulalia offers a wide variety of beaches and coves: the peaceful tourist Cala Llonga and the unspoilt Aguas Blancas. There are places of great beauty such as Es Pou des Lleó and with great atmospheres such as Es Canar. In addition to must-visit places, the traditional and hippie markets attract tourists each summer so they can take away their ideal souvenir, and there are of course charming towns which become meeting points thanks to their range of gastronomy and shopping, such as Santa Gertrudis.
Santa Eulalia has the only river of the island of Ibiza and the Pityusic Islands. It ends with a reduced flow after a course of 11km. Leaving the town of Santa Eulalia, its left bank is crowned by Puig de Missa, the most emblematic image of the town. It is a whitewashed, fortified church from the 16th century which was destroyed on various occasions due to pirate raids and surrounded by whitewashed houses such as Can Ros, an old farmhouse renovated as a local ethnography museum.
Golf enthusiasts can practice at Roca Llisa, the only golf course on the island, near the beach of Cala Llonga. The area also offers many options for practicing watersports, as well as diving centres and hiking and mountain biking routes.