Santa Eulalia del Rio, a unique town
Santa Eulalia del Río flourished around the church of Puig de Missa. The location of the temple fortress allows one to enjoy lovely views of the village and its visit allows the traveller to discover one of the purest and most stunning traditional Ibizan architecturel features of the island.
The two most famous hippy markets in Ibiza, Punta Arabí and Las Dalias, are within short distances from our Marina. Ibizan craft, Adlib fashion and curiosities from all over the world have turned these two enclaves into the busiest of Ibiza.
The Punta Arabí Hippy Market, located in Es Canar, next to Cala Martina, began in the 70s and currently brings together more than 400 stalls in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. The Las Dalias Hippy Market, located in Sant Carles, is a delight for staging, live performances, offers for children and items of clothing and jewellery.
Visitors should be aware that visiting Ibiza is visiting “all islands in one.” The wide and varied offer of the island, which has always surprised all and sundry, focuses on an easily graspable territory. By land, only 15km separate us from the town of Ibiza, where we can visit the walled enclosure of Dalt Vila, declared World Heritage when considered the best preserved coastal fortress in the Mediterranean. Ibiza Airport is 22km from our port.
The magic of Formentera and Tagomago
Marina Santa Eulalia is an excellent base for visiting the island of Formentera, famous in its own right as “the last Mediterranean paradise”. For those who like to unfurl the sails and enjoy the silence at sea, its fabulous beaches are very accessible with easterly winds and it is always a great outing for small and large motorboats.
Even closer is the islet of Tagomago; a site classified as Natural Area of Special Interest (NASI) for the large number of birds that nest on its cliffs. Another small paradise for pleasure crafts that often anchor nearby.