The perfect place to experience the quieter side of island life, Santa Eulalia is popular with families and anyone wanting a slower pace than that of the neighbouring party towns.
On the east coast of the island, Santa Eulalia is an oasis of palm-lined promenades and sandy beaches. It may be quieter than other parts of the island but as the third-largest resort on the island it’s still bustling with life and brimming with culture. In fact, Santa Eulalia has earned a reputation as the island’s gastronomical and cultural centre. The food you’ll find in Santa Eulalia will rival the best you’ve ever eaten. There’s a great choice of restaurants to choose from and, because the area is so popular with families, many of the menus are family friendly too.
The Ethnographic Museum offers an insight into Ibiza’s rural past and the church of Es Puig de Missa is well worth the short trek up the steep hill. From art galleries to artisan markets, designer boutiques to five-star restaurants and the exclusive Yacht Marina, the area offers a laid back but luxurious look at island life.
Golf lovers will also want to remember the name Santa Eulalia when it comes to planning their stay on the island as the island’s only golf course, the Roca Lisa, lies halfway between Santa Eulalia and Jesus.
Santa Eulalia offers a beautiful balance of culture and adventure whilst letting you truly relax, which, after all, is why most of us travel to sunnier climates in the first place.