Santa Agnès de Corona, is a village and parish in the municipality of San Antonio. The village occupies the ‘Pla de Corona’, in the area of ‘es Amunts’ which is shared with Sant Joan’s municipality, it’s now a protected area. Check our Sant Joan section for more about ‘es Amunts’.
It is a very quiet village where historically there hasn’t been a great center of population, living almost all the inhabitants of Santa Agnes de Corona, still at present, in houses scattered in the surroundings. The landscape of the village is still the traditional rural Ibiza. The most distinctive feature is the large number of almond trees, specialy in January and February, when they become a big attraction as it is the time of flowering.
Its church was built in 1812 and inside keeps a sculpture of ‘Nuestra Señoara del Rosary’, dating from the same period as the temple.
A few kilometers from the village you have ‘Ses Balandres’, one of the most beautiful and rugged parts of the island. An area where you can go hiking and climbing. On clear and sunny days you can see the peninsula.