Whether it’s real estate on the Costa Blanca, an apartment in Mallorca, a finca on the south side of Tenerife or an apartment in Barcelona - we will find your dream real estate with you. Our main areas of operation in Spain are Tenerife, Mallorca, Ibiza, Barcelona and the Costa Blanca. From tranquil, relaxed regions to lively areas - find a future finca or apartment suited to your exact requirements, either as a permanent residence or a holiday home, from our range of real estate.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. It therefore offers an extensive area in which a large number of the most diverse and interesting properties can be found. There are exciting opportunities on both the north and the south side of the island to realise your dream home. Whether it be an apartment, flat, finca or holiday home - we will be pleased to help you with your search.
Santa Cruz is situated on the east coast of Tenerife and, as the island’s capital city with 220,000 inhabitants, is an important port city in the Canaries, serving as a port of call for cruise ships, as well as a stopover for crossings to America. The many well-kept parks, pedestrian areas and shopping streets provide the city with special character. The Rambla de Santa Cruz is the city’s promenade and attracts residents and tourists alike. In the Auditorium, that is reminiscent of the Sydney opera house, events such as musicals and shows take place throughout the year. The many fiestas and events also constitute a particular attraction of the city. The Playa de las Teresitas and the Parque Marítimo César Manrique provide guaranteed bathing fun.
Despite its tourism, Puerto de la Cruz, at the foot of the beautiful Orotava valley in northern Tenerife, has preserved its charm. The centrally located Plaza del Charco, with its numerous Canarian and international restaurants, bars and live music, forms the centre of the town. The artificial swimming complex at Playa Martianez by architect and artist, Cesar Manrique and the well-kept Playa Jardin are inviting places to swim and sunbathe. Many events and attractions, such as the famous Loro Parque and the annual carnival, make this beautiful town a lively and popular place.
This town in northern Tenerife not only gave its name to the beautiful Orotava valley, but is also a symbol of Canarian culture and architecture. Due to its particular geographical location and mild climate in northern Tenerife, it is one of the richest regions of plant diversity on the island. A large proportion of the buildings in the old town date back to the 17th and 18th centuries and, with their traditional wooden balconies and beautiful houses, reflect the Canarian architecture. The many parks are lovingly landscaped and make inviting places to linger; cafes and restaurants offer a wide range of culinary specialities. In La Orotava, many fiestas and processions constitute cultural highlights.
The community of Los Realejos is situated to the west of Puerto de la Cruz; it includes the charming and peaceful urbanisations of Romantica I and Romantica II, as well as San Vicente, where houses and residences cling to the slopes of the cliffs. The many rustic bodegas offering a high standard of Canarian cuisine are typical for the region. Around 70 fiestas, processions and events take place annually, providing animation and atmosphere. The popular beaches of Playa El Socorro and Playa Jardin are just a few minutes away. One highlight is the regular activity of the paragliders, who can be admired as they take off and land on the beach.
The connected locations and communities of Santa Ursula, La Victoria, Los Naranjos, El Sauzal and Tacoronte are all situated a few kilometres east of Puerto de la Cruz. They are very popular neighbourhoods because, notwithstanding the peaceful position and idyllic panoramas, they boast a complete infrastructure. Shopping facilities and all amenities required for everyday living can be found in the direct vicinity. At the farmers’ market that takes place in Tacoronte every Saturday and Sunday, farmers offer a great number of fresh products that are cultivated on the island.
The largest and oldest dragon tree in the world stands in Icod de los Vinos and represents the symbol of this traditional wine town, as well as the island of Tenerife itself. In many of the town’s bodegas, wine from their own growing areas can also be enjoyed. The terraced Plaza is situated high above the lower town of Icod de los Vinos and offers wonderful views over the town and the sea. Green spaces, pavilions and tall, shady trees provide inviting places to stroll and relax. Nature lovers will delight in the lovingly landscaped botanical gardens, where the island’s multifarious flora and fauna can be admired. A large volcanic cave, the Cueva del Viento, can also be found above Icod de los Vinos. Its network of passages extends over several levels and are the habitat for several unique species of animal. The nearby beach of San Marcos, with its many restaurants and quiet swimming bay, is always worth a day trip and is popular with Spanish and tourists alike.
Los Gigantes is situated in the south of Tenerife and is best known for its unique harbour, that is counted as one of the most beautiful in Europe. Optimum sea conditions and the mighty backdrop of cliffs make it possible to enjoy water sports and boat trips almost every day of the year; different dolphin and whale trips with snorkelling breaks provide excellent options for excursions. In the harbour area, the townscape is shaped by old houses and their typical Canarian balconies. The rows of restaurants and cafés in the harbour area provide inviting places to linger and watch the colourful hustle and bustle. The Oasis leisure complex offers swimming pools, tennis courts and trampolines and extends the range of sporting facilities at the fore of the idyllic backdrop. The small beach at Los Gigantes, with its black volcanic sand, lies right by the harbour. The larger beach - Playa la Arena - is just a few kilometres away.
Costa Adeje is situated on the south coast of Tenerife and appeals for its large range of high-quality holidays and idyllic beaches. Luxury hotels, resorts and well-kept villas characterise the town. The long beach promenade with its many sophisticated restaurants, cafes and bars is a popular meeting place for residents and tourists. The range of leisure activities is extremely diverse and extends from wellness to tennis and golf, through to diverse water sports. Siam Park and Aqualand are modern waterparks with a high fun-factor. The beaches of Costa Adeje count as some of the best in the Canaries and promise year-round warm temperatures and calm seas.
The former fishing town of Los Christianos is situated to the west of Tenerife South Airport and, together with neighbouring town of Playa de las Américas, forms the island’s main tourist centre. Many small restaurants, cafés and bars can be found along the pretty beach promenade and in the small alleys of the flourishing town centre. Night owls can enjoy the large range of popular bars and clubs in both places. The main beach and the nearby beach of Playa de las Vistas offer light sand, quiet bathing and a large range of activities. Just outside the centre is the harbour of Los Christanos. Ferry services to the neighbouring islands of La Gomera, El Hiero, La Palma and Gran Canaria run from here.
The Costa Blanca is a section of coast that stretches from Dénia in the north to Pilar de la Horadada in the south. The year-round gentle climate means that life here - whether on a permanent basis or just during the holidays - is exceptionally good. With our help and the wide range of real estate we offer, anyone interested in real estate on the Costa Blanca will purchase a house in this idyllic region.
Dénia is a liberal and modern harbour town in the north of the Costa Blanca. The 20 kilometre coastline unveils idyllic beaches; the beaches of Les Marines, Les Bovetes, Les Deveses and L’Almedrava are some of the most well-known of these. On the rugged and rocky south coast lies Les Rotes beach, a wonderful area comprising small coves. Separating Deniá from Jávea, the Sierra del Montgó natural park is a retreat well visited by residents. As a fishing town, Dénia’s most well-known produce are Gamba roja - extremely tasty, red prawns. Dénia has one of the largest marinas in the province. In addition, several ferries run to the Balearics several times daily.
With close to 30,000 inhabitants, Jávea is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful towns on the Costa Brava and lies between the cliffs of Cap de la Nau and Cap de Sant Antonio. The pleasant climate, friendly atmosphere and unique landscape make Jávea a popular holiday resort and place of retreat. The landscape is shaped by the Montgó mountain range and olive, almond and orange plantations. The harbour area with its many recommended tapas and fish restaurants offers varied cuisine of a high standard. Beautiful beaches are not far away and the range of activities extends from tennis and golf to sailing, diving and riding.
Moraira is a former fishing village on the Costa Blanca with a modern harbour and a charming pedestrian area comprising shops, restaurants, cafés and ice-cream parlours. Today, Moraira is the cultural centre of the Teulada district. It attracts visitors from all over Europe who value the region’s wonderful atmosphere and gentle climate. Idyllic, fine sandy beaches such as El Portet, L’Ampolia and Platgetes, the coastline of rocky cliffs and the crystal clear water quicken the hearts of bathers and water sports enthusiasts. The Moraira yachting club is a popular meeting place and is awarded the EU blue flag annually. Villas and apartments belonging to affluent residents from all over Europe are the predominant buildings here and many of them have unique sea views
Calpe is situated on the Costa Brava between Valencia and Alicante and is a popular destination for German and Swiss tourists. Calpe is famous for the 327 m high Penon d’ifac rock which forms a unique promontory. Both sides of the rock are flanked by clear water and well-kept, sandy beaches that are much visited in high season. The architecturally attractive old town, with its charming avenues and interesting mix of contemporary and traditional buildings is an inviting place for extensive walks. Calpe has partly retained its image as a former fishing village and, even today, fishermen present their catch at the well-known fish market daily.
Pedreguer is a typically Spanish village in the north of the province of Alicante which still retains its culture and traditions. Situated right by the Muntanya Gran mountain, the larger coastal towns of Dénia and Jávea are not far away. Famous for its excellent rice dishes and tapas, as well as the weekly market that takes place on the Plaza Mayor every Saturday, Pedreguer offers gourmets a diverse range of cuisine. Charming flea markets and bag and hat manufacturers are an identifying feature of the village. Nature lovers delight in the wonderful Jardin de L’Albarda and the Mirador Monte Pedreguer.
Benissa is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca and is situated 275 metres above sea level. The landscape is hilly and extremely green; the surrounding area shaped by its many vineyards, palm plantations, fruit and olive trees. Properties with large plots and panoramic views are typical of Benissa and provide a bucolic atmosphere for life on the east coast of Spain. The nearest beaches are only about 10 minutes’ drive away in Calpe and Moraira.
With its c. 4,000 inhabitants, Benitachell is situated between cape La Nao in the north and the Cabo D’Or gold cape in the south and belongs to the province of Alicante. Traditional and Mediterranean architecture distinguish the locality in a special way. Numerous vantage points reveal glorious views of the bucolic surroundings including the grape and almond plantations typical of the area. Benitachell has a c. 2 km coastline of unspoiled cliffs and secluded coves. The protected coast offers optimum conditions for various water sports such as sailing, swimming or diving. The Testa gorge, caves of los Arcos and the Moraig fault are destinations of first choice for hiking enthusiasts.
Alicante is a dynamic, modern and cosmopolitan city on the Costa Blanca and offers many attractions, such as the castle of Santa Bárbara and the beautiful Alicante harbour. The Spanish port city is known as a modern and liberal place, with all of the facilities required to create an enjoyable life - including diverse leisure activities and a vibrant nightlife. Various town beaches, golf courses, riding schools and swimming pools provide facilities for every taste. The infrastructure is extremely good; the road network modern and well developed.
Think of Mallorca, and for some, an image of Ballermann, a German bar atmosphere with a somewhat tacky reputation, will spring to mind. But away from the party mile, Mallorca offers areas of unbelievable beauty that invite relaxation and recuperation. Everyone finds their own personal luxury here; whether it be an elegant apartment, a finca with a pool by the sea or a smaller property with a sea view - we will be pleased to help you with your search.
Mallorca’s capital city, Palma de Mallorca, is a modern and lively metropolis. Home to around 400,000 inhabitants, the third largest Spanish airport and more than 250 hotels, more than half of the island’s population live in Palma de Mallorca. The well-kept old town is rich in architecture and history and, with its many narrow streets, is easy to explore on foot. Culturally, Palma de Mallorca has much to offer. There are numerous museums and galleries, such as the Es Baluard and Palau March, where exhibitions and classical concerts take place throughout the year. The city’s beautiful beach, the harbour and the many cafés, restaurants and beach clubs provide maritime flair. Alongside the old town, the most popular quarters in which to buy real estate are the peaceful Calatrava area, Santa Catalina and the charming small fishing village of Portixol.
The historic little town of Calvià is situated right at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains in the southwest of Mallorca and is the heart of one of the island’s most popular municipalities. The landscape is characterised by woods, fertile plains and wonderful views to the coast. The buildings here are predominantly traditional, ochre coloured houses bordered by carob and almond trees. Businesses and schools of an international character are not far away. The famous Monday market in Calvià offers an extensive choice of groceries, traditional arts and crafts and clothing. The central location provides opportunities for trips into the mountains, the many nearby coves and holiday resorts such as Andratx or Puerto Portals.
Santa Ponsa is situated in the southwest of the island. The town drapes itself around the large, idyllic beach, that is its main attraction. An ideal place for families and those who participate in sport, the beach stretches evenly over the whole width of the bay and is strewn with popular water sport activities. The town centre accommodates many historical buildings and has a delightful backdrop of mountains and woodland. World-class golf resorts are established on the edge of the town and many super-yacht owners reside here. The exclusive outlying district of Nova Santa Ponsa is the golfing address of choice and home to two 18 and one 9-hole golf courses (Santa Ponsa I, II and III). For sailors, Club Náutico de Santa Ponsa, located in a deep, natural bay with more than 500 moorings, is the location of choice.
Andratx is an old Mallorcan town in the valley of the Tramuntana mountains and accommodates one of Mallorca’s most interesting art galleries. The ancient crooked streets offer a wide range of culinary specialities and radiate a rustic and typically Spanish atmosphere. In the fields surrounding the town centre, a combination of luxurious real estate and working farms cultivating local produce can be found. A challenging golf course frequented by the island’s prominent figures is situated nearby. Andratx is extremely popular with nature lovers - a modern and more luxurious atmosphere can be found in nearby Port Andratx.
Port Andratx is situated about 5 km from Andratx against a picturesque backdrop and is home to around 11,000 people. The exclusive ambience and stylish harbour with its well equipped and well-kept yacht club possessing over 450 moorings are an identifying feature of this small town. Despite its numerous restaurants, Port Andratx is still a functioning fishing port where it is possible to relax in one of the many cafes and bars while watching the hustle and bustle of maritime life. Two small beaches, luxurious spas, golf courses, shopping streets and diverse options for excursions provide a wide variety of leisure activities.
The beautiful town of Santa Eugènia lies to the northwest of Palma de Mallorca, only around 13 km from the airport and offers a rural, tranquil atmosphere. Cosy restaurants and shopping facilities for everyday requirements are situated in the immediate vicinity. The area surrounding Santa Eugènia accommodates many well-kept fincas and country houses that are extremely popular with foreign property owners in particular. Various golf courses, beaches and swimming coves can be found less than 30 minutes’ drive away.
Rich in tradition, the town of Algaida is located in one of the most delightful areas of Mallorca’s interior and spans six smaller mountains. Not far from the town are several natural springs that are always worth a visit. Building development in this area mainly consists of designer villas and quality fincas; a larger number of town houses and apartments can also be found more centrally. Various excellent wine producers are established in Algaida, including Bodega Can Majoral. The town’s hilly and challenging surroundings are particularly suited to many activities and cycle touring. Golfers will appreciate the nearby Son Gual golf course.
Santanyi is a rural, authentic Mallorcan town in a privileged situation in the southeast of the island’s interior. The townscape is shaped by golden sandstone buildings and the breathtaking nature that surrounds Santanyi. The dependable southern sun, proximity to the island’s capital city and attractive surroundings make Santanyi a desirable place to live. A large proportion of residents are expatriates. German emigrants in particular have discovered the area. With its many sophisticated restaurants, such as Migjorn, Sa Botiga and the French L’art de Vivre, Santanyi is a paradise for gourmets who value the combination of art and food. Just a few kilometres away is the inviting, picturesque harbour of Cala Figuera with its romantic, Mediterranean atmosphere.
Manacor is situated at the northeast end of the island and - after the capital - is the second largest city in Mallorca. In terms of construction, Manacor is superbly developed and real estate of every type and size is available. The town itself mainly comprises town houses and apartments, whereas outside the town many rural luxury villas exist. The beauty of the coast, as well as the mysterious, underground caves represent noteworthy natural highlights of the region; the resorts and bays near Manacor are inviting places for relaxed days on the beach. Manacor is a paradise for tennis players - Rafael Nadal was born here and is currently establishing the Rafael Nadal International Tennis Centre to attract talented sportspeople from all over the world.
Sencelles is situated in the Pla region of the island’s interior and offers peaceful living in the countryside. The district accommodates just over 3,000 residents; the landscape is characterised by almond trees, fertile plains and nature that makes inviting walking. Palma de Mallorca is only c. 25 km away and Mallorca’s international airport only c. 18 km away.
This lively town in the north of Mallorca boasts fascinating history, culture and life in every season. The restored and historic town centre has been transformed into a generous pedestrianised area, creating an inviting place to stroll. Medieval houses and the so-called casas señorales, majestic houses of former nobles, shape the townscape. Alcúdia’s famous open air market takes place every Tuesday and Saturday and offers a colourful mix of clothing, jewellery, souvenirs and foodstuffs grown by the island’s farmers. Alcúdia has much to offer for sports fans and is an ideal departure point for hiking and mountain bike tours in the surrounding mountains. Just one kilometre away In Puerto Alcúdia, all types of water sport can also be practised. The Alcanada Golf Club boasting one of the best golf courses in Europe is only c.15 minutes’ drive away. Set against an idyllic backdrop with fantastic views across the bay, this interesting and challenging course is captivating.
As the second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is not merely an attractive holiday destination. Those searching for real estate in Spain are guaranteed to make a find in Barcelona. Individuals looking to purchase an apartment or holiday home are sure to find their dream property - either in one of the city’s historic districts, right by the sea or on the outskirts.
Barceloneta is Barcelona’s smallest district and is situated on a peninsular between the old Port Vell harbour and the city’s beach. The former fishing quarter exudes a Mediterranean holiday atmosphere in the centre of Barcelona’s metropolis. Traditional fish restaurants and small bars with lots of character shape the district in its own special way. Sports enthusiasts get their money’s worth - the sea, a well-kept outdoor gym, fitness studios and a swimming club are all right on the doorstep. With its many discos and bars, Puerto Olympico lies at the heart of Barcelona’s pulsing nightlife. From early in the year until the Autumn, the c. 4 km long beach makes an inviting place to swim and sunbathe.
El Born is historic and trendy and is situated on the right side of the gothic quarter. Architectural and historical highlights include the Basilika Santa Maria del Mar, Picasso Museum and Ciutadella Park with its man-made boating lake. The quarter is characterised by its proximity to the city centre and beach. Both are only about a 20 minute walk away. Many trendy restaurants, cafés and bars have established themselves in El Born and provide life and atmosphere the whole year round. Many buildings are far more than 100 years old and have been renovated and redeveloped to modern standards, so that residents appreciate the exciting mix of old and new.
El Gòtico is Barcelona’s most historic quarter and the political, cultural and tourist centre of the city. Many narrow, crooked streets characterise the townscape in this quarter. Old building structures have been lovingly and elaborately preserved. Some of Barcelona’s most well known museums, as well as the largest roman excavations outside of Rome can be found in the medieval El Gotico. The La Seu cathedral represents the centre of the quarter, gathered around which are numerous squares and their historic buildings. Shoppers enjoy the many small boutiques, confisseries and souvenir shops. Within walking distance, the Plaça Reial and its many bars and cafés, is a popular daytime and evening meeting place.
El Raval is the most western quarter of the old town and is considered to be multicultural and somewhat rougher. The well-known Rambla divides El Raval from the gothic quarter. The El Raval district is otherwise located right next to the old harbour and the Plaza Catalunya. Highlights include the museum of modern art, Sant Pau del Camp (Barcelona’s oldest church) and Palau Güell (one of Gaudi’s first works). El Raval’s many bars and clubs provide night owls with plenty to enjoy. The 4-star Hotel Barceló Raval appeals for its 360°-terrace that offers unique views of Barcelona and can also be used by visitors all year
Sant Antoni is a modern and lively quarter of the city bordering Eixample and El Raval; very centrally situated and less touristy, it is mainly inhabited by the Spanish. Both the Rambla and Plaza Catalunya are only about a 15 minute walk away. The weekly Modernista market and traditional flea market selling books enthral both young and old. Apartments in Sant Antoni tend to be generously proportioned and often have large balconies or terraces. The Gran Via (the main thoroughfare) and several metro stops provide Sant Antoni with optimum connections to Barcelona’s other quarters.
In contrast to Barcelona’s old town, Eixample’s construction is expansive and spacious. All of the apartment blocks are square with chamfered corners. Eixample is subdivided into two parts, L’Eixample Dreta and L’Eixample Esquerra. The middle of Eixample is often referred to as the “Quadrat d’Or”, which translated means “golden square” and reflects the elegance of this quarter. Real estate construction mainly consists of large, high quality apartments, that are usually flooded with lots of light. The most important shopping street in Barcelona, the Passeig de Gracia, offers exclusive shopping facilities and impressive architecture. Two of Gaudi’s most well-known buildings, Casa Millà and Casa Balló can be admired from both inside and out here. The world famous Sagrada Familia cathedral and the like-named Sagrada Familia quarter, that also belongs to Eixample, is not far away to the east.
Sarrià has always been one of Barcelona’s most affluent quarters and its residents are extremely proud of it. The buildings and streets are very well-kept and the famous modernista architecture is clearly recognisable on many buildings. Sarrià was the last independent village and not incorporated until 1921; the quarter still radiates a village atmosphere with much charm and individuality and this cannot be found in the same way in any other quarter of the city. Alongside the high standard of living in general, the Tibidabo, the highest peak of the Collserola Berg, with its amusement park and well-kept church, can be named as another of Sarria’s highlights.
Lying to the north of the Avenida Diagonal begins the quarter of Gràcia, which functioned as an independent village until 1898. The many narrow streets and inviting Plazas are a characteristic feature of the artists’ and student quarter. This enchanting area can be described as fashion-conscious, with a strong individual character and village-like atmosphere. ` Gràcia is most famous for its Fiesta Major - a traditional annual town festival that takes place at the end of August. Gràcia’s bar district enjoys great popularity and attracts tourists and residents from the whole of Barcelona. Park Güell, Barcelona’s most beautiful park, adjoins Gracia to the north.
The district of Vila Olímpica is situated right on the coast and was specially built to accommodate Olympic athletes in 1992. The neighbourhood is generally affluent and peaceful, the apartments spacious and modern. Many walkers and cyclists enjoy the area’s maritime atmosphere and watch the activities of the surfers, who are encountered all year round. Highlights are the nearby marina, appealing fish restaurants and the well-kept city beach. Night owls are within walking distance of diverse bars and well-known discotheques such as Pacha, Shoko and CDLC. Businesses for everyday needs and extended shopping facilities are spread evenly over the whole district.
Poble Nou is a redeveloped former industrial area that is exceptionally well developed and nevertheless retained its village atmosphere. The location is close to the beach and extremely quiet, permitting peaceful living in the lively metropolis of Barcelona. The city centre is within easy reach, public transport provides very good connections. A large selection of local shops, restaurants and bars, as well as a large shopping centre, provide a high living standard and enliven the district. Poble Nou’s own and very civilised Rambla de Poblenou radiates a special charm and is an inviting place to stroll and walk.
The many sides of Ibiza make the Mediterranean White Island an interesting travel destination for young and old. Whether you long for peace and beautiful natural landscapes or prefer to be at the centre of the trendy party scene, we would be delighted to assist with the search for your ideal property - be it a cosy holiday apartment or a luxurious villa.
The port city is the capital and the largest of the island’s towns; it offers something for everyone. The historic, fortified Dalt Vilta is the emblem of Ibiza Town and symbolises the island’s interesting history. The first-class restaurants, cafés and bars in the old town and at the fashionable Botafoch Marina guarantee a varied daytime and evening programme. In Eivissa, as the town is known in Catalan, celebrities and an international audience are attracted by the legendary nightlife and world-famous clubs, such as Pacha. These are complemented by the nearby party-mile at Playa d’en Bossa. Those who like to shop will find numerous small boutiques, designer shops and further shopping delights, whilst culture-buffs will find what their hearts desire in the interesting museums and art galleries.
Sant Josep de sa Talaia, also known as San José, is located in the south-west of the island and comprises about 80 km of Ibiza’s coastline. The bays of Cala Vedella, cala Comte and Cala Bassa boast some of the most beautiful sunsets on the island and are popular with residents and tourists alike. In addition, the municipality also represents one of the best starting points for hikes and trips to the south of the island. The outlying corners of the municipality have developed into an attraction of world-wide prominence - stars such as Phil Collins and Mike Oldfield have summer residences here. Ibiza’s airport is also situated in Sant Josep de sa Talaia.
With almost 25,000 inhabitants, San Antonio de Portmany is the largest town on the island’s west coast and accommodates the second largest port on Ibiza. Popular restaurants and cafés are strung alongside one another and unique sunsets are savoured with a cocktail at the world-famous Café del Mar. The lively atmosphere, varied nightlife and large choice of land and water-based activities are characteristic of the town. The lively holiday resort is captivating for its joie de vivre and youthful clientele, as well as its wide bay.
Sant Joan de Labritja is a tranquil municipality in the north of the island and is still influenced by the hippie-era of the late sixties and early seventies. The town, which administrates the largest district in Ibiza, represents a direct contrast to the island’s tourist-centres and presents a different side to Ibiza that is less in the public eye. A regular bohemian-style market, cosy restaurants and cafés and hidden bays with crystal clear water make Sant Joan de Labritja a paradise for nature lovers and those looking for rest and relaxation.
Santa Eulària des Riu is situated on the eastern side of the island and radiates more peace and calm when compared to south and west of the island. The island’s only river enters the sea to the south of the town and has a particular impact on the shape of the landscape. The long beach of Platja de Sta. Eulalia del Rio is extremely well maintained and makes an inviting place to spend sunny days on the beach. Whereas absolute peace can be enjoyed here in the winter, in the summer months the multicultural mix of residents and guests lend the town a special charm. Some of the best restaurants on the island can be found in Santa Eulària des Riu; bohemian bars and the elegant marina are inviting places for an evening sundowner.