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Santa Eulària Des Riu
Santa Eulària Des Riu

Santa Eulària Des Riu

Free admission

This area of Ibiza has it all: stunning beaches, quaint towns, and historic monuments. It’s the second most visited location on the island, behind only Eivissa. Located on the east coast of the island, Santa Eulària has become known for its quieter atmosphere compared to the diehard party scenes on other parts of the island.

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The basics

Ibiza’s third-largest town probably isn't what you imagine when you think of Ibiza. Popular with families, the town features a palm-lined promenade running along a sandy stretch of beach, as well as some of the island’s best restaurants and art galleries.

Carve out some time to visit the Puig de Missa, a hilltop church built in 1568, or play a round of golf at the only course on the island. While there are a few bars in Santa Eulària, the nightlife scene tends to be more laid back than in Eivissa and San Antoni.

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Things to know before you go

  • Santa Eulària Des Riu offers a quieter, family-friendly Ibiza beach vacation.
  • Don’t forget to pack a swimming suit, beach towel, and sun protection.
  • The main beach in Santa Eulària is wheelchair accessible and offers amphibious wheelchairs for rent.
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How to get there

Santa Eulària Des Riu is well connected to the rest of the island by boat and bus. A mini tourist train in the area takes visitors from town to popular area attractions, like Cala Boix, the Farm House Museum, and various Hippy Markets.

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When to get there

The best time to visit Santa Eulària des Riu is between May and October, when temperatures hover around 80°F (27°C). Prices across the island drop between November and April, as do temperatures, which make the beaches less appealing for swimming

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Best beaches of Santa Eulària des Riu

This stretch of Ibiza coast has a few worthwhile beaches to explore. Cala Boix is known for its black sand, while Aguas Blancas is a quiet cove with its own parking area, making it easily accessible. Both Mariner’s Beach and the main beach have developed amenities, like bathrooms, showers, beach umbrellas, and restaurants.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What else should I know about attractions in Ibiza?
A:
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