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Santa Eulalia- A Visitor’s Guide

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Santa Eulalia is Ibiza’s third largest town, busy and vibrant the whole year round and with a wealth of attractions to appeal to all kinds of visitors to the island. Its narrow alleys and meandering streets are full of traditional whitewashed building and ancient architecture, mixed with the newer, more modern areas of the port and the hotels.

Where to eat

You will never be short of a good meal in Santa Eulalia, there is a whole street dedicated to the art of dining! Its official name is Calle San Vicente, but its better known as Restaurant Street, and for good reason. There are dozens of restaurants here featuring cuisines from all over the globe. Outdoor seating areas give the street a summery al fresco feel. If you prefer to take in the seaview then there are plenty of beachfront restaurants to choose from Try Babylon Beach on the road to Es Canar for a luxurious setting, or choose from the excellent seafood menu on the shores of Cala Martina at the Chiringuito there.


The recently renovated town centre is awash with shops offering everything from souvenirs to clothing, jewellery, swimwear and shoes. A shopaholic will be in seventh heaven wandering through the tree lined streets. Try the Pacha Shop at the end of the promenade for a memento of your Ibiza visit with the famous cherry logo, or pop into the affordable but glamorous boutique Wonderland, located just off the Canon Square.

The area also plays host to the two most famous Hippy Markets on the island. Las Dalias, on the road to San Carlos is open every Saturday during the day time throughout the year, and also on Monday evenings during the summer months. Over towards Es Canar, the Punta Arabi market takes place each Wednesday. Both places are a riot of colourful stalls, with outlandish designs and ethnic patterns.


The 300m long white sandy beach of Santa Eulalia boasts clean shallow waters, as well as a wide range of water sports including diving and sailing options for the more adventurous visitor. Further along the coast are the bays of Cala Pada, Niu Blau and Es Canar, all of which are family friendly and offer great bars and restaurants as well as ample sunbeds.


Standing 52 meters above sea level and offering breathtaking views across the town, the church “Puig de Missa”is thought to have been built around 1568. With its impressive Moorish style architecture, the church is surrounded by a small village and accessible by road and by foot, although be warned, it is a steep walk and not for the faint hearted!

Situated in a traditional style house, the Ethnological Museum of Ibiza offers an insight into an age gone by, with exhibits including cultural items such as clothing, tools and jewellery. A must see for those interested in the rich history of the island.

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