Home of some of the islands greatest 'fiestas'; like the centuries old 'First Sunday in May' (Catalan: Primer Duimenge d' Mai), and the Easter Procession. It is home to a famous yacht harbour (small but enchanting and surrounded by shops and top-notch restaurants.
The 15th century hill-top fortress church, Puig de Missa overlooks the entire town and bay. Just a bit below on the hill there is Can Ros, a "living museum", which will give you an idea of how life was on the island (for centuries) before the tourist boom.
Santa Eulalia has long been home to artists and writers (see: author:Elliot Paul.1937-Title:"Life and Death of a Spanish Village") and personalities from around the globe seeking tranquility and anonymity.
- 1 [dead link] Oficina de Información Turística (Tourist office), C/ Mariano Riquer Wallis nº 4. Edificio Polivalente, ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Summer: M-F 09:30-13:30, 17:00-19:30, Sa 09:30-13:00; Winter: M-F 9:00-14:00, Sa 9:00-13:30.
- 2 Information kiosk. Apr-Oct 10:00-14:00, 16:00-20:00.
See Ibiza Airport for details.
- 3 Intercity bus hub, Calle Camino de Misa (at the corner of Calle Camino de Misa and Carrer de S'Esglèsia, behind Ajuntament De Santa Eularia at the Plaza España). Simply a bus stop and a ticket booth; Line 24 to the Ibiza Airport, Line 13 to the Ibiza Town (aka Eivissa), Line 19 to Sant Antoni de Portmany
- 1 [dead link] Iglesia de Santa Eulària des Riu (Puig de Missa) (at the W end of the town). A parish church at the top of a nice hill. It is a part of Ruta de las Iglesias de Ibiza
- Passeig Marítim. A seaside promenade from the port towards the estuary of Riu de Santa Eulalia
- 1 Walk along the Riu de Santa Eulalia. A paved path that connects Passeig Marítim and Puig de Missa.
Calle San Vicente is a restaurant street of the town.
- 1 Can Pere Celler, Calle San Vicente 32, ☎ . Reportedly is reasonably priced, with good food and a nice atmosphere.