Santa Eulària del Río is one of the most charming towns in the archipelago.
Here we can visit the Puig de Missa, situated on a small hill next to a charming church built in the 16th century.
Another of the charms of the municipality is the Paseo de S'Alamera, where you can usually find stalls of craftsmen and farmers selling their local products.
If you don't know where to leave your car, there are car parks near the port; see them here:See car parks
Discover the charms of this Ibizan town, Santa Eulària del Rio, whose name comes from a very special geographical phenomenon. And it is here that the only river in the archipelago has its source.
In just 25 minutes you will find yourself enjoying its charm, and SeaBus is the most efficient way to link both towns.
You can visit Puig de Missa, its historic centre, and the hippie markets, close to the town.
On Paseo de s'Alamera (just in front of the Town Hall) is an urban market with stalls of artisans and farmers selling their products.
Also, you can visit the famous Es Canar hippie market, taking the bus line that will drop you off you next to the market
You can download the Santa Euràlia bus timetable here:Download
Parallel to the river runs a promenade that links the port with Puig de Missa, the historic centre of the town.
Puig de Missa is located on a small hill, where we find the church built and fortified in the 16th century and which was conceived, a reflection of the danger faced by the Ibizan population at that time due to the incursions of the Barbary pirates.
The church is surrounded by a group of small whitewashed houses, which dominate the horizon and from where we can contemplate incredible views of the sea.