Santa Eulalia des Riu:
The municipality of Santa Eulalia, officially Santa Eulària des Riu, located on the south-east coast of Ibiza, has 20.000 inhabitants, and with an area of 153.58 km² it is one of the most populous regions on the island.
Its territory is named after the only river on the island of Ibiza, which once flew through the town of Santa Eulària.
Santa Eulalia includes the towns: (Nostra Senyora de) Jesús, Sant Carles de Peralta, Santa Eulària des Riu and Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera and the village Puig D'en Valls, and most of its population prefers to live in the beautiful, rural area, or campo, outside the city limits.
Santa, as it is fondly referred to by its British residents, has a large resident community, is bursting with activity and offers a lively atmosphere and a full range of services, including great shopping, bars, restaurants, leisure, recreational & wellness facilities, while most of these businesses are open throughout the year.
The municipality is home to a beautiful coastline with numerous cliffs, coves and some of the most wonderful sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, small islands, rolling green hills and valleys covered with orchards and pine forests, fragrant, flowering fields, as well as many attractions including historic buildings and towers, and of course the two biggest and most famous hippy markets of the island, Las Dalias and Punta Arabi.
Santa Eulalia's main beach, bordered by a nice promenade, is the perfect place to wind down and relax.
More adventurous visitors will find excitement with numerous water sports on offer, such as: catamaran sailing, water skiing, parasailing, kayaking, windsurfing, jet skiing and diving schools.
With boat rentals, pedal boating, go-karts, quad bikes, mountain bikes, or horse rides on country roads and beautiful beaches, Santa Eulalia offers entertainment for all ages.