Santa Eulalia

Posted by Catalunya Casas on June 28th, 2018

The town of Santa Eulalia has long had a reputation as the island's gastronomic and cultural centre, therefore it is not surprising that it is many people’s favourite spot for an Ibiza vacation rental. It features some of the islands best restaurants as well as art galleries and a stunning yacht marina. Although there are also some very nice bars, the nightlife in general is a little more laid back than some of the other resorts.

One of the town's calendar highlights is the annual flower festival, where a parade of horse drawn carts take to the streets of Santa Eulalia, filled with floral displays. The locals all dress up for the occasion, and there is also a band, classic car show and fireworks display.

Santa Eulalia

Climb the Puig de Missa

You can't miss the Puig de Missa hill as it looks over the town. There is a gentle start to the climb, beginning at the riverside walkway, and the climb will take you around half an hour. The view from the top is pretty spectacular, and there is a quaint little church up there that is well worth an explore.

Dine in Restaurant Street

The street of Calle San Vicente is famously known as Restaurant Street, spanning only 200 metres but with around 20 foodie venues crammed into the space, all offering some of the island's finest cuisine. There is food from all parts of the world, so you are sure to find something that suits your taste buds. Alternatively, you could cook at tasty meal at your family villa in Ibiza, then pop out for a drink later in the night.


The streets of Santa Eulalia have a fantastic collection of designer sportswear and furniture. Alternatively, you can head to Paseo, which is a beautiful tree lined street which is full of stalls selling local, artisan crafts, as well as a collection of jewellery, bags and sandals. Even if you are not planning on buying anything, it is a great place to spend a few hours getting out and about from your villa in Ibiza.

The Beach

The beach at Santa Eulalia is 400 metres long and 90 metres wide, so you will certainly have enough room to lay down your towel. There are plenty of water sports taking place, as well as places to eat on the prom.

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