Santa Eulària is one of the less hectic cities in Ibiza and we recommend staying around this area if you’re on a low-key/relaxed family holiday. Have a look at our guide for some ideas of what to do with your day while you’re in this laid back city.
Santa Eularia Ferry
A ferry ride is always a peaceful way to have a tour, so we recommend taking the Santa Eularia Ferry which takes you to Ibiza’s city centre. You get to see lovely views of the coast, and enjoy being on the water for about an hour! Sounds like a dream. Check out their website for more information on ticket rates and times.
Puig de Missa
It’s always good to see something historical, so why not visit the angelic looking all white Puig de Missa church, that dates back to the 16th century. Another benefit of coming here is you get to see a great view of the entire city of Santa Eularia.
This place goes without saying, because you’ll most likely spot it while you walk around town, as its located right in the centre. Place d’Espanya is the town hall of Santa Eularia, and also one of the oldest buildings in town – so another historical sight to add to the list! Just south of the town hall you’ll see a lovely promenade surrounded by palm trees and little shops at each side selling all kinds of unique products as well as places to eat. Towards the end of the walk, you’ll see the beautiful harbour and two beaches that are open to public use.
We couldn’t end a guide without recommending at least one place to eat, so if you’re looking for a cute little place with healthy food then head to Cafe Sidney.
Address: Puerto Deportivo, Local 1B, 07840 Santa Eulalia Des Ríu
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