The town of Santa Eulaia is situated on the east coast around 20 minutes bu car form Ibiza Town...although depending on the traffic travelling into Ibiza Town this time can double at certain times of the day!
Definitely a town for the foodies there is no shortage of great restaurants. Dotted along the promenade, nestled in the marina, hidden in the back streets and crowded along the Passeig de s'Alamera you will find numerous seafood delights, Italian woodfire pizza and traditioanl tapas.
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A walk up the short (but sharp!) hill to Puig de Missa is a must if you are in Sant Eulalia. Not only does it offer stunning views over the coastline but you can see what a very traditional Ibizan hamlet looks like. And it is stunning. If you want to learn more about the history and culture of the island then this is certainly a start and a visit to the Ethnographic Museum will fill in any blanks.
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This quieter beach resort has it all, from seafront activities to yachting and diving in the deeper waters, and further inladn you can enjoy biking, horse riding, karting and hiking. The main attraction in the area however, are the hippy markets of Punta Arabi, along the coast in Es Canar and no trip to Ibiza is complete without spending a wonderful day here.
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The Santa Eulalia beach itself is very attractive and worthy of a few days of relaxed sunbathing and watersports. However there are some real gems to be found further north on the coastline as you reach the quieter beaches of the north east.
Also see: Beaches in Ibiza, Spain
There is only one golf course on the island of ibiza and it is situated south of Santa Eulalia on the east coast. It has both a 9 hole and an 18 hole course and, although it is a private club, it is also open to members of the public.
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Although Santas Eulalia does not boast the superclubs of the towns further to the south it has its own vibe when it comes to nightlife and is no stranger to late night bars and clubs. Several of the larger hotels host theor own night clubs and roof top bars which are becoming increasingly popular and have some great DJs spinning late into the night.
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