Next to the church is the Barrau ethnographic museum, as well as a small cemetery and a network of cobbled alleys lined by typical Ibicenco houses.
The beautiful promenade is several kilometres long, starting at the marina and following the mouth of the river and Mariners beach. It's lined by beautiful palm trees and countless terraces, bars, restaurants and shops that in summer are full of life.
Santa Eulalia boasts twenty-two stunning beaches and coves with fine white sand and turquoise waters. Some must-visits include S'Estanyol, Aigues Blanques and Cala Nova. You can also take a boat to explore the forty-five kilometres of stunning coastline full of cliffs and heavenly coves. At the marina you can rent out kayaks, sailboats, or surfing and snorkelling equipment. Another option is the ferry from the marina to the spectacular neighbouring island of Formentera.
Santa Eulalia plays host to the two best hippy markets on the island: Las Dalias and Punta Arabí. The first hippies arrived on the island forty years ago, even though Ibiza was unknown to mass tourism.
They continue to delight visitors with their crafts, clothing, footwear, works of art, concerts and many other shows, although these markets are a real show for themselves. Ever since the 1970s, the hippy markets have been one of the island's main symbols around the world, attracting millions of tourists and locals every year.
But this is just the beginning. The island of Ibiza has a whole host of places to discover. They're waiting for you! Enjoy Ibiza and explore Santa Eulalia from the Apartamentos Bon Lloc.
The river in Santa Eulalia is another gift from Mother Nature to the island of Ibiza. Strolling along the riverside path is a truly wonderful activity. It crosses fields and orchards, where you can spot goats, ducks and other waterfowl. And it's also perfect for cycling. What's more, there's a wheelchair-friendly area. Stretching three kilometres, it takes around forty-five to sixty minutes to walk and is wonderful at sunset.
You'll also come across one of the most peculiar characters in Ibizan mythology: the fameliar. Small, bald and with a bulbous head, this goblin was a great benefit to farmers by helping them work, but also their ruin due to his uncontrollable appetite. There's a whole legend around this character: make sure you check it out!