Santa Eulalia is a seaside town which lies on the southeast coast of the island of Ibiza in the Balearic. It is the 3rd largest resort in Ibiza and is the favorite destination in the area for those seeking for quieter holidays away from the hustle and bustles of bigger towns.
The area is dotted with beautiful, palm-lined promenades that run the entire length of its broad sandy beach.
Santa Eulalia has a long-established reputation in Ibiza’s gastronomic and cultural center.
It hosts many Art Galleries, a beautiful and exclusive marina which is considered as one of the largest in the area, some of the islands best restaurants, some very exclusive shopping areas and also a thriving all-year round community that ensures that life is led at a rather slower and more relaxing pace.
Santa Eulalia is a renowned yacht charter destination in the area and the Puerto Deportivo de Santa Eulalia is a large marina which can accommodate up to 755 yachts that have a maximum length of 22m.
The marina is also within easy distance to Club Nautico de San Antonio Abad and Marina Botafoch.
The most popular attractions in Santa Eulalia are its 2 main beaches: The Platja Santa Eulalia and des Riu which is characterized by its fine pale sand and shallow waters. The beaches are lined with many cafes, restaurants and hotels.
Not far away, you will find the small promontory of Platja Rio de Santa Eulalia (also known as Els Pins) which is located on the river mouth dotted with 2 areas of fine sand and small stones that are separated by rocky outcrops which are backed by some apartments.
On both of the beaches, you can practice the various water sports offered and if you want to escape the summer crowds, you will also find some interesting undeveloped coves nearby like the naturist beach of Aigues Blanques.
You can also sail towards the beautiful Ibiza town which lies about 16km away. In Ibiza town, you can visit the Dalt Vila which is a striking walled ensemble where you will find many museums and also a beautiful cathedral.
Near the port area, you will certainly find some of the best cosmopolitan shopping opportunities, nightclubs, bars and restaurants in the Balearic.
If you sail to the South of the island, you can visit the Salt pans and the beach nearby, Es Vedra which lays a few steps more to the southwest.
You are also recommended to sail towards the peaceful Formentera and to the pretty little village of Sant Carles de Peralta, about 5km to the northeast.