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Platja de Santa Eulària

Platja de Santa Eulària

Platja de Santa Eulària

The cozy village of Santa Eulalia del Río has a long stretch of beach that is one of its charms. The main beach is Platja de Santa Eulària or playa de Santa Eulalia; the first name is in Ibiza dialect, a variation of the Catalan language, official in the Balearic Islands. Wherever you see the word platja, it means beach. This beach in town has all the basic facilities you need to enjoy in comfort. The town is vibrant even in the winter, unlike some villages on the island.

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Type: Sandy Beach

Platja de Santa Eulària is an extensive beach with fine-grained sand and shallow waters ideal for families and for engaging in water sports. Usually, it is crowded in the peak season. Services provide disabled access as well as a shaded area for wheelchairs, lifeguards, parasols, sun loungers, showers, toilets, bars and restaurants, sailing school, beach volley net, dive center, yacht port. Restaurants, bars, cafes, ice cream shops are located along the promenade.

  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Sunbeds
  • Parasols
  • Parking
  • Showers
  • Lifeguards
  • Access for the disables
  • Water sports
  • Water activities
  • Bus stop
  • Toilets
  • Shops

How to get there:

Geo: 38°983652 N / 1°535544 E

The Santa Eulalia beach is 16 kilometers away from Ibiza Town and can be reached by bus, taxi, ferry, car or scooter. Taxi costs around 30 euros while ferry cost 20 euros back and forth from Ibiza port.

By bus, take bus number L13 Eivissa-Santa Eulària, once you get to Santa Eulalia town, walk towards the sea.

Driving from Ibiza town, take the E-10 road to Santa Eulalia for 16 kilometers. When you arrive at Santa Eulalia del Río, follow the sign to the beach. You can park and walk in the center of the town.

Did you know?

In the Muslim era, the area was called Xarc, which means east.

The village was founded around the church at the top of the puig de Missa or the hill of Missa. The new church and the annexed tower from which the whole region could be defended with artillery, dates back to the 16th century. Together with Dalt Vila and the Church of Sant Miquel, the Church of Santa Eulalia was built on the hill strategically to detect and prevent pirate attacks. It is said that the pirates who arrived from the east came from Algeria, as the coast of Santa Eulalia is on a straight line with the coast of Algeria, which is next to the coast of Tunisia.


What to see:

If you want to see the unique and stunning face of the island, take a ferry ride from the port of Santa Eulalia to one of the beaches to the north-east: Cala Pada or Es Canar. The journey takes about an hour and it is a perfect way to get to know the beautiful little coves, the other beaches and the Mediterranean Sea.

What to do:

A few kilometres from the town of Santa Eulalia there are two hippie markets that you will love if you like a typical shopping.

You have probably heard of Ibiza’s Las Dalias Market. Every Saturday and Monday, numerous artisans from the island exhibit their artistic artifacts from leather shoes to works of art, clothing from Nepal, antiques from Asia, and fantastic handmade jewelries. Every stall is decorated with charm and there are musicians creating unforgettable moments. You can get to Las Dalias by bus from Santa Eulalia, which is six kilometers away.

The Es Canar hippie market is the oldest and biggest on the island, with about five hundred stalls lining the alleys of the Punta Arabí resort every Wednesday. You will need a whole day to visit this market as there are just so much to see and buy here.

Every Wednesday there is a bus from Santa Eulalia that takes you to Es Canar, you can also take the ferry.


Where to eat:


Project Social

There is no question that the gastronomic offer in the village of Santa Eulalia is very wide. Just walk along the promenade, along the main street of San Jaime or along the street of San Vicente next to the town hall to see the variety of terraces and the atmosphere in each one.

Here we recommend three very different restaurants.

Project Social is for foodies who love healthy and different options. You can choose from craft beer, craft cocktails, quality street food, vegan and vegetarian options, meat, burgers, salads, hummus, smoothies, etc. The terrace is beautiful, as are the decorations; this is the best choice for locals, as it is open all year long.

Address: Carrer de Sant Llorenç, 22, 07840. Santa Eulalia Des Ríu, Illes Balears

Opening Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 01:00

Phone: +34 871 11 08 93

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In front of the marina is the Kokoro restaurant and the terrace that specializes in Japanese cuisine with the best fresh fish for the sushi bar. Without a doubt, the owners Carmen and Victor are passionate about Japanese culture and the world of sushi, so they have spent years proving that Kokoro is one of the best sushi options on the island.

Address: Carrer de Sant Joan, 38, 07840. Santa Eulalia Des Ríu, Illes Balears

Opening Hours: Every day from 19:30 to 00:00

Phone: +34 971 33 20 89

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Celler Can Pere

Fifty years ago, Celler Can Pere opened its doors to locals, and over the years it has also captured the hearts of tourists. That is due to the freshness of its products, mainly local dishes, as well as Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of contemporary fusion. The restaurant has not lost its charm, even to date, local families are still gathering here to enjoy a nice evening as the design and décor takes them back to the authentic Ibiza of the sea and the countryside.

Address: Carrer de Sant Jaume, 63, 07840. Santa Eulalia Des Ríu, Illes Balears

Opening Hours: Every day from 13:00 to 11:00

Phone: +34 971 33 00 56

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What about drinks, shops and hotels?

To have a drink, take a walk through the town along the promenade or on the square where the town hall is located. The number of terraces in this village is infinite, but, we recommend Nimmo’s Wild Rover Irish Bar, El Deseo Restaurant-Bar, Project Social and Chiringuito Blue.

Santa Eulalia has a wide range of hotels whether it is on the seafront, in the center, in the suburbs or in the countryside. There is no question you will find the best for your holidays. These fantastic hotels include: Aguas de Ibiza, Iberostar Santa Eulalia, Sol Beach House, Invisa La Cala, Palladium Don Carlos, Grand Hotel Palladium Santa Eulalia del Río.

There are several shops in the area that are open every day and all year round, and you can also visit the hippie markets of Las Dalias and Es Canar.


The town of Santa Eulalia del Rio and the municipality as a whole has many choices for all ages, we suggest that you rent a car or a scooter to enjoy its beaches, villages and rural areas.