Santa Eulária des Riu

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.

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The capital of the most famous island of the Mediterranean, Ibiza (Eivissa) is a city that combines all kinds of people, landscapes, atmospheres, flavours and scents.

As small as it may seem, there is space for everything, as this city has witnessed a multitude of cultures and people who have passed through the island, and each has left their footprint, making the place the mosaic that it is today. If you wish to discover the highlights of Ibiza, take a walk and discover what the main quarters and parts of the city have preserved: the walled town of Dalt Vila, the fishing district of La Marina, the commercial area of S’Alamera and the Plaza del Parque, the tourist area of Figueretas, the beach of Talamanca and the cosmopolitan Seafront Promenade.

If there is a must-visit place in Ibiza, it is of course the heritage city of Dalt Vila, with its impressive walled area, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. This distinction recognises the historic, cultural and architectural value of the best preserved coastal fortress in the Mediterranean. The historic place is filled with cobbled streets, squares, museums and monuments, such as the Santa María Cathedral, the castle and the strongholds. A walk through Dalt Vila allows you to enjoy the impressive beauty of the ramparts and the incredible views of the city and the sea.

Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

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Located at the south-east of the island we find Sant Josep. This municipality has tourist areas as renowned as Playa den Bossa and the bay of Sant Antoni, in which we find famous beaches such as Cala Conta, Cala Bassa, Cala d’Hort with the imposing Rock of Es Vedrà, and the fashionable Cala Jondal beach. This municipality is made up of some of the most characteristic towns of the Ibizan landscape, which still preserve all their historic essence, towns such as Sant Jordi and Sant Agustí. The latter, for example, is considered by many to have the best preserved and most beautiful church of the whole island.

The beaches and coves of this municipality are the most impressive and beautiful of the whole island, such as the beaches of Es Cavallet and Salinas, which make up the Ses Salines Natural Park, one of the most beautiful and amazing environments and ecosystems in Ibiza, where salt is the main element. However, we cannot forget the famous meadows of posidonia oceanica, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, a unique Mediterranean plant that gives colour and clarity to our coasts. 

This municipality has the town of the same name located at the foot of Sa Talaia, the highest mountain on the island at 475 metres. From its peak, we can contemplate an incredible panoramic view, and can see almost the whole island in addition to the beautiful silhouette of Formentera. The town has a typical Ibizan church, with whitewashed walls and in its surroundings, we can find some of the most typical bars for enjoying an aperitif and the great atmosphere of the town. 

Sant Antoni de Portmany

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At the far west of Ibiza, we find Sant Antoni de Portmany. It is one of the main tourist areas of the island, which has over the years become more renowned for tourism. It is one of the places in Ibiza where the most beautiful sunsets can be enjoyed, and its coast is full of small, easily accessed coves and beaches with crystal clear turquoise waters, making it the ideal location for a comfortable and charming holiday without needing to leave the municipality. The range of gastronomy of this small Ibizan town is not lacking, with all kinds of restaurants of world cuisines, as well as key places for sampling authentic Ibizan cuisine. All kinds of leisure are available, with some of the most renowned clubs on the island and magnificent places for enjoying the Mediterranean sunset with a nice cocktail.

In Sant Antoni de Portmany, the sea is always present with its impressive bay. Given its location, characteristics and climate conditions, it is an ideal place for practicing any watersport. Near the port and along the seafront promenade there are several diving centres, sailing schools and boat hire companies, excursions and water activities. Additionally, the most incredible places on the coast of Sant Antoni can be reached. The Seafront Promenade is a point of departure for ferries which visit the different beaches of Ibiza each day, such as Cala Salada, Port des Torrent, Cala Conta and Cala Bassa, and for spending a fabulous day on the island of Formentera.

However, although the most renowned feature is the Bay of Sant Antoni, the municipality is also formed by the towns of Sant Rafel, declared an “Area of Interest for Handicrafts”; Sant Mateu, renowned for its wine production; and Santa Inés, with a unique valley filled with almond trees. 

Sant Joan de Labritja

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Sant Joan de Labritja is located at the north of the Island of Ibiza. Here, tranquillity and relaxation prevail, with a small village hidden between farmland, hills of pine forests and stone walls. It is an ideal location for those seeking a place of total peace with a traditional atmosphere. 

Nature is very prominent as it has the Es Amunts Special Interest Area, of great ecological value, majestic cliffs and a coast with beautiful beaches such as Benirràs and Cala d’en Serra.

It is made up of the main towns of Sant Vicent de Sa Cala, an extraordinary place which is home to Sa Cova des Culleram, where the legendary bust of the goddess Tanit is found, the emblem of a unique time in Ibiza’s history. On the interior of the island is the town of Sant Llorenç, a jewel of Ibizan architecture which is home to one of the traditional settlements with most historic value: the town of Balàfia.

Sant Miquel de Balansat was formerly a lookout point for potential invasions or raids. Today it is known as Puig, and from here beautiful views can be enjoyed over the town and its fortified church, one of the oldest on the island. 

Sant Agustí des Vedrá

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Sant Agustí des Vedrà is a small inland town where there is still authentic Ibizan architecture in its buildings. A square, some typical white houses, a stone tower and a church with thick, whitewashed walls form this romantic town. Located on a small hill between the towns of Sant Josep and Sant Antoni, it is a place where time seems to stand still. Additionally, on its coast there are some of the most emblematic and beautiful beaches and coves of the island of Ibiza, including Cala Conta (Cala Comte), Cala Bassa and Port des Torrent.

In summer, when night falls, the town becomes a welcoming place to enjoy warm Ibizan nights. There is a wide range of restaurants in the city and the tourist areas, and it is worth taking a trip to the small inland towns where you will find the most charming places to enjoy an exquisite dinner in an intimate atmosphere. Some of these restaurants are found in Sant Agustí des Vedrà, located around the square with unparalleled views of its church. 

Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

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Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera is a beautiful and charming inland town located at a crossroads at the heart of the island of Ibiza, which in recent years has become a must-visit for all travellers.

It is a town with a lot of charm which has not lost any of its most typical and traditional charm. This small town has been able to preserve the authentic essence of the Ibizan architecture and careful aesthetic.

The town of Santa Gertrudis contains a large pedestrian square filled with bars and restaurants with terraces that offer a range of cuisine and a church built in the 18th century. In addition, there are art galleries, boutiques and shops selling handicrafts, accessories and very original clothing. Both during the day and at night there is a fantastic cosmopolitan atmosphere

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