Price distribution in Santa Eularia (Municipality)
Price per sq.m. for each property price in Santa Eularia (Municipality)
Santa Eularia is located in the eastern coast of the island
Nearby calas and beaches
Cala Boix, Cala Llenya, Cala Llonga, Cala Martina, Cala Mastella, Cala Nova, Cala Pada, Es Figueral, Es Niu Blau, Es Pou des Lleó, Platja de Santa Eulària des Riu (Playa de Santa Eulalia), Platja d’es Canar, S’Aigua Blanca, S’Argamassa
|27% (10,045) of 2014 population (36,189): 15.9% Americas,
14% German, 12.6% Italian, 12.4% British, 7% French
|1 golf course Golf Club Ibiza|
|2 medical centres||16 beaches|
|6 schools and colleges, including vocational schools||1 marina Puerto de Santa Eulalia|
|2 police stations||22 km / 20-25 min|
Daily sunshine hours
Ibiza’s long marvelous summers with plenty of sunshine are what made it famous (as well as its legendary parties). The sun is shining everyday from May to September, peaking at an average of 13 sunlight hours per day in July. The sunshine levels in autumn are still great at an average of 9 hours. The darkest months of January and February are seeing an average of 7 sunny hours per day. In spring, a healthy amount of sunshine to be enjoyed getting up to an average of 9 hours in March and 10 in April.
Average day/night temperature
The climate in Ibiza is Mediterranean, enjoying long hot and dry summers and mild winters. The island is famous for its glorious beach weather with plentiful sunshine.
During the early spring, the temperatures are slightly chilly. Daytime temperatures range from an average of 17°C to 22°C.
The summer season starts from June and lasts until September. August is the hottest month with an average temperature of 29°C. July has the lowest average rainfall – just 10mm.
In autumn, the overall weather remains warm and pleasant. Daytime temperatures rise to an average of 24°C in October and lower to 19°C in November. However, rainfall increases during this period and averages between 55mm and 77mm with the wettest month being October.
Wind direction distribution during the year (%)
In summer, a cooling sea breeze brings a pleasant relief from the hottest temperatures. Dust storms occur in the late winter/early spring time (usually between January and March). During this period, heavy rain and high winds can hit the island for 2-3 days. These hot winds are blowing across from the Sahara, due to the island’s close proximity to North Africa.
Average sea temperature
The sea temperature is warm in summer, rising from around 21°C in June. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is peaking at 26°C. Generally, swimming in the sea is comfortable from May right through until October and often even longer. Sea temperatures during the spring tend to average at 18°C.
A wide selection of beautiful beaches, charming towns, isolated fields, and small artisan markets – all this and more attracts a great number of visitors to Santa Eularia.
The second most populated municipality after Eivissa, Santa Eularia (in Catalan) or Santa Eulalia (in Spanish) occupies the most eastern part of the island. It has a beautiful and peaceful location, yet, in a very close proximity to the Ibiza Town and the airport.
Notably, the region received its name after the only river on the Balearic Island with a constant flow that runs through it. Here you also find an amazing natural setting with small islets, green hills, and valleys covered with orchards, pine forests, and flowering fields.
Santa, as the British residents fondly call it, is not only the perfect family holiday but also the second-home destination on Ibiza. Properties in the region tend to be residential and include many authentic Ibicencan fincas, recently renovated. Most of the inhabitants prefer to live in a beautiful rural area outside the city. There is a great selection of nice houses offering a wonderful mixture of modern features with the look of the original country cottage.
Santa Eulalia with its year-round thriving community has a well-established reputation as a cultural and gastronomic center of Ibiza. Art galleries, some of the finest restaurants, exclusive shops do not close even in winter months. This ensures that life in the municipality is led at a rather slower and more relaxing pace. There are some excellent bars and night clubs too, but the nightlife is more laid back.
The municipality is a home to a lovely coastline with numerous coves and cliffs. And, here you find some of the most quality sandy beaches with crystal clear waters. The main beach of Platja de Santa Eulalia is bordered by a fantastic maritime promenade and is a perfect spot to relax. More adventurous visitors enjoy a great number of water sports available, such as sailing, water skiing, parasailing, kayaking, windsurfing, jet skiing, and diving.
Other the most favorite nearby resort areas include a spacious sandy beach of Cala Llonga, a natural and unspoilt surf spot of Cala Nova, and a great headway for relaxation or windsurfing of Cala Martina. Also notable is the neighbouring S’Argamassa, a small sandy beach with large water sports centre, trendy bar and the famous Nikki Beach Club.
In the region, you also find some nautical facilities. Marina of Puerto de Santa Eulalia with its 755 moorings offers a large selection of services for boats and yachts. The port area also features bars, restaurants, and shops within its large commercial centre.
You also will enjoy plenty of inland activities available in the region. There are numerous hiking trails for the countryside and wildlife lovers that allow discovering the charming interior of the island.
For golf enthusiasts, the only course in the island, Club de Golf Ibiza, is found in Santa Eularia on the way to Cala Llonga beach. It consists of the brand new 18-hole course and older 19-hole course. The latter previously belonged to the now-closed Roca Llisa Golf Club, opened twenty years earlier. These courses are great for players of all levels of handicap. Together they provide an outstanding 27-hole golf-playing experience in the Balearic Islands.
The towns and villages in the municipality are small, quiet, and have charming churches. There are many sights and attractions including historic buildings and towers. For example, the village of Jesus is said to have the oldest church of the island. And, the alluring small town of Sant Carles de Peralta is notable for its whitewashed church with the traditional-style arcade. It is also charming for its almond, carob, and fig trees spread in a rural area of enchanting farmhouses.
The two biggest and most visited open-air hippy markets on the island, Punta Arabi (in Es Canar) and Las Dalias (in Sant Carles), are held in this region. Especially popular is the enormous Punta Arabi that offers a fantastic choice of clothing, jewellery, crafts, and antique items. Here, you will still spot some of the original hippies, who started this market in the 1960’s.