This is where you would like to start every day. The sun comes up here in the east of the island, and the sunrise is breathtaking. And, as luck would have it, there are great beaches here, surrounded by resorts and apartments.
This, the third largest town on the island, is situated a little further east. Many local inhabitants live here, as well as international people such as English and Germans. There are large supermarkets, and shops, restaurants and bars are open throughout the year, which makes this an ideal all-year-round destination.
The village (because it cannot really be called a town) may be a little less picturesque than San José, San Carlos or Santa Gertrudis, but that does not detract from it. The new center is where most things are happening, as well as along the promenade with adjoining beach. The old part is situated on a hill, Puig de Missa (16th century). This old part of town can be clearly seen when you drive towards it from Ibiza town, and is worth a visit, with its great views of the surrounding area.
Resorts, spa's and restaurants
Santa Eularia houses a number of beautiful resorts with spas, so if you are looking for some relaxation, this is the place to be. The Aguas de Ibiza resort is definitely recommended! After your spa visit, you can enjoy the VI Cool restaurant, as well as a rooftop cocktail bar with views across the bay.
The harbor is also worth a mention. Many beautiful boats are anchored here, and the Yacht Marina with the promenade above it are surrounded by cozy restaurants, bars and shops. Just don’t expect any wild parties, as Santa Eularia is not known for them.