As you approach the town from Ibiza’s main road, impossible to miss is the iconic ‘Puig de Missa’ (Hill’s Mass), a fortified church that stands on a hill 52 meters above sea level and overlooking Santa Eularia and the only river in the Balearic Islands. Puig de Missa is one of local’s favourite temples to celebrate their special wedding days, as well as communions and baptisms.
One of the must do’s in Santa Eularia is the Ethnografic Museum qhere you will be able to enjoy the local ibicenco architecture as well as traditional jewelery, clothes, house objects and farm tools.
Santa Eulària is the third largest town on the island, situated on the East coast North of Ibiza’s town. As you continiue the main road into the town on your left you see the recently renovated main square, ‘Plaza España’ with the city council at the top of the square and some bars as Royalty, one of Santa Eularia’s oldest options, which since 2014, is part of the live music programme that runs through the summer in different establishments.
On your right hand side you’ll see ‘Passeig s’Alamera, also recently renovated and modernised square that leads onto the Promenade, both of the full with lively, vireid and all price range shops, bars & restaurants. You also hace the town’s beach and further on the marina where you can find the most exclusive bars and restaurants of the town.
Paralel to ‘Carrer Sant Jaume’, the main street, runs ‘Carrer Sant Vicent’ which is a pedestrianized and full with different style restaurants. Santa Eularia is a great place to go out for dinner and drinks when visiting Ibiza in the busiest summer months because its cuise selction, new coctail bars in the marina and the possibility to park your car without many trubles.