The municipality of Santa Eulalia lies on the South East of the island. The main town of the same name is popular with families and couples. Dominated by a beautiful palm tree-lined promenade, this town is not short of things to do. There are many shops, bars and restaurants, infact this town is considered to have some of the best restaurants on the island. We have a wide selection of villas within easy reach of the promenade and its ammenities. This town is perfect for families and couples who want to get away from it all, without feeling issolated.
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Santa Eulalia boasts 2 beautiful beaches, both very clean with white sands and cristal clear waters, and there are all the conveniences one could want close by. This town offers an array of fantastic restaurants and is considered the gastronomic gem of the island. Along the treelined promenade there is a fantastic range of waterfront bars and eateries to choose from. Why not do some people watching from the comfort of one of the many cafes, then stroll along to the marina and gaze at some of the luxury yachts moored here.
The town also benefits from a wide selection of shops; from the small independant souvenir shops through to luxury boutiques selling international designers. If you do wish to visit Ibiza town, you are a 15 minute drive away. Santa Eulalia is quieter than nearby Ibiza town but it still offers the essential ammenities that make your holiday enjoyable.
The town still posseses an authentic Spainsh charm that makes it very such a desirable location to stay in. This town is perfect for families and couples who want to get away from it all, without feeling issolated. Golf enthusiasts will be happy to know Ibiza’s sole golf course is in Santa Eulalia.
It would be possible to stay in Santa Eulalia and not venture elsewhere, there is everything you could possibly want here, however, we recommend that you try to see as much of this incredible island as possible.
The pretty little village of Santa Gertrudis is at the centre of the island. Steeped in tradition, its main square houses the whitewashed church and a small selection of trendy bars, cafes restaurants and shops. Santa Gertrudis has expanded over recent years and is now home to many wealthy Europeans who have built smart modern villas that line the side streets.
The real charm of Gertrudis vibrates around the square and its many bars and restaurants. From authentic tapas to fusion, there is a large choice here. You can enjoy a quick lunch or a leisurely candle lit dinner. There is something for everyone and every budget. In Summer, most of these restaurants come alive at night and act as a meeting point for locals and visitors for drinks and conversation.
There is an interesting auction house 'Casi Todo' here that is lovely to look around. There are auctions once or twice a month in English and Spanish, but regardless of whether there is an auction on, it is a nice way to spend an hpur. There is everything from furniture, paintings and antiques sold here.
Santa Eulalia is ideally situated in the centre of Ibiza, less than 15 minutes drive from Ibiza Town and within an easy drive of Cala Llonga and Santa Eulalia beach to the East of the island. We have a good selection of villas in this area to suit all requirements and budgets.
The tiny village of San Carlos located in the municipality of Santa Eulalia is famous for being a favorite settlement for hippies in the 60's and 70's. Today, they still frequent the town, living off the land and residing in the traditional fincas without the bother of modern comforts. There is a sense of time standing still in San Carlos. There is no postal delivery service to each house in San Carlos so many people still pick up their post at Anita's Bar in the town.
Las Dalias, the famous hippy market is located about 1 km outside of San Carlos. You will find hundreds of eclectic stalls with larger than life characters, selling a wide range of creative merchandise. There is also live music and a nice bar that one take take a break at, away from the buzz of the market. The market happens every Saturday and Monday from 10am until late in the evening, all year around. There is a charming restaurant in the main building, along with a romantic garden terrace and there also is a rooftop bar.
If you are off to one of the East Coast beaches like Aiguas Blancas or Cala Nova, you will have to take the route through San Carlos. We recommend that you stop for a stroll around the town and a drink at one of the bars. There is also a bank here which can be useful.
S’Argamassa, situated on the East coast of the island, is a beautiful dark sand beach, small in size, (only 50 metres by 5 metres) but packed with water sports for the active holiday-maker; including windsurfing, sailing, pedaloes, parasailing and canoeing. Perfect for families who want to do more than lie on the beach. However, if sun-worshipping is more your thing, then there are plenty of tiki-style thatched umbrellas providing beachgoers with a break from sun. Conveniently located near to the resort town on Santa Eulalia, this beach is perfect for families who fancy trying a different beach to their local one, during their stay.
Haven on Earth have a wide range of villas in this area and can offer you a great selection according to your requirments and budget.