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Ibiza & Formentera
Santa Eulalia
Santa Eulalia is the second most populated municipaity of the island, after the city of Ibiza, and offers a variety of beaches, lovely towns, solitary fields and little markets, attracting thousands of tourists every season. This town has a lot of activity throughout the year and has many services and shops, a beach in the city center, an attractive promenade and a marina. Golf enthusiasts will find in Santa Eulalia, on the road leading to the beach of Cala Llonga, the only course on the island. The area also offers many facilities for water sports and the development of activities within the island. The two busiest markets on the island are in this county, in es Canar and Sant Carles, which also offer some unforgettable walk throughs.
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Jesus
Jesus is a small town located a few kilometers from the city of Ibiza, near the road to Santa Eulalia. The village is made up of just four streets. Bars and cafés have outdoor tables and are usually packed, with people sitting to enjoy a good breakfast, lunch, or dinner. In front of these bars there is a stone archway that leads to the old town of Jesus, where we can find an old “safareig”, a water deposit with an ancient wood and clay system used to extract the water. Finally, we come to the church of Jesus. It was built on an ancient Renaissance monastery in the 16th century. It has a Renaissance Gothic altarpiece considered the jewel of the island of Ibiza, created by Rodrigo de Osona from the Valencian school.
Cala Llonga
Cala Llonga, in front of ES Castell and overlooking the harbor of Mahon, one of the largest in the world, it is one of the most exclusive residential areas of Menorca. Views from Cala Llonga, thanks to high position, offer exceptional panoramic views.
San Lorenzo
San Lorenzo, in the northwest of the island, is a small village consisting of four houses around a beautiful white church, typical of the architecture of the north of the island. The town of San Lorenzo proves that there are still well protected areas in Ibiza and those who have been sitting up well over time. Surrounded by cultivated fields, San Lorenzo remains intact with the passing of the years.
Santa Eulalia Coast
Santa Eulalia offers a coastline full of beaches, islets, cliffs and defense towers. Among its most emblematic coves are es Figueral, Cala Boix, Cala Llenya, Cala Nova, Es Canar, Cala Martina, s'Argamassa, Cala Pada and Cala Llonga. All of them are sandy beaches, but there are also idyllic hidden sea spots such as Pou d'es Lleó Cala Mastella. A visit to the Tower of Campanitx, located between Pou d'es Lleó and Cala Boix, where you can contemplate a landscape of fields and sea, dominated by the island of Tagomago is one of the unforgettable walks.
Santa Eulalia Countryside
Santa Eulalia has an established reputation as the gastronomic and cultural centre. Art galleries, some of the best restaurants on the island, exclusive shops and a neighbourhood community that does not close for a vacation in the winter months. There are also several high-quality rural hotels for lovers of the countryside and wildlife. Numerous trails for hikers, allow you to discover the charms of the interior of the island.

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