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What to see in Santa Eulalia del Rio

The activities in Santa Eulària des Riu make your stay eventful and variegated. Museums, buildings, street performances, waterfront promenades, a lively old town, amazing traditional houses, churches and the only river in Ibiza. A full list of plans to capture the spirit of Ibiza in the best cultural milieus or natural settings.

What to do and what to see in Santa Eulària des Riu

  • Puig de Missa Church: An icon of Santa Eulària and one of the largest churches in Ibiza, Puig de Missa is a fortified religious building from the sixteenth or seventeenth century. Standing above sea level, it affords breathtaking views of the area and a great deal of the island at large. The exterior portico is quite remarkable. In the evening, the church is lit up for a little extra magic.
  • Ibiza Museum of Ethnography: This museum is a must for visitors interested in the culture and history of Ibiza. It sits next to the church in the traditional peasant house known as Can Ros. The museum houses a collection of folk costumes, jewellery, carts and working tools from rural areas, musical instruments, weapons and an oil mill.
  • Santa Eulària des Riu Town Hall: This building is a fine example of nineteenth-century architecture in Ibiza. It stands in the heart of the old town, on the big square where locals gather to enjoy the atmosphere and the traditional music that can be heard all day long.
  • Torre d’en Valls: One of the watchtowers that coastal Ibiza is peppered with, built to fight off the Barbary pirates approaching the island. Also known as Campanitx Tower, it stands out for its setting and for the amazing views of Cap Roig and Punta Grossa.
  • Barrau Museum: A must with art lovers, the Barrau Museum boasts one of the finest collections from painter Laureano Barrau (Barcelona, 1863-Ibiza, 1957). Housed in the former building of the Farmers’ Union in Passeig de S’Alamera, whose façade it retained, for the past few years (and in Puig de Missa before).
  • Pont Vell (Old Bridge): This Roman bridge across the only river in Ibiza is also known as Pont des Molins. Although it used to be the main access into Santa Eulària, now it is only a pedestrian crossing. Local legend has it that the bridge used to be home to the witches living in the area. This is why many still refer to it as Devil’s Bridge.
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  • Electricity/AC voltage: 220 V