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ice ( 971 39 92 32; www.eivissa.es; Pla?a de la Catedral; 10am-2pm & 6-9pm Mon-Sat, 10am-2pm Sun) in the old town loans free audioguides to the city; bring your passport or identity document.
There is also an island-wide office (www.ibiza.
travel; Passeig de Vara de Rei 1; 9am-8pm Mon-Fri, to7pm Sat) .
Getting There & Away Air Ibiza’s airport (Aeroport d’Eivissa), just 7km southwest of Ibiza City, receivesdirect flights from mainland Spanish cities and a host of UK and other Europeancentres.
Boat Formentera ferries leave from a separate terminal 300m north of the centre.
Aquabus (www.aquabusferryboats.com; one way/return 3.
50/6) Hourly ferriesto/from Playa d’en Bossa and Figueretes, May to October.
Cruceros Santa Eulària (www.ferrysantaeulalia.com) Boats to Cala Llonga (adult/child 12/6), Ibiza City (adult/child 16/8) and Formentera Island (adult/child32/17), May to October.
Bus Buses to other parts of the island depart from the new bus station on Avenidade la Pau, northwest of the town centre.
Getting Around Bus 10 (3.
35, every 20 minutes) runs from the airport to the central port area viaPlatja d’en Bossa.
A taxi costs about 15.
East Coast A busy highway (C733) speeds you north out of Ibiza City towards Santa Eulària d’es Riu on the east coast.
More scenic is the slower coastal road via Cala Llonga,which winds through low hills and olive groves, with detours along the way toseveral beaches.
To follow it, take the turn-off to Jesús a couple of kilometres northwest of Ibiza City.
Cala Llonga is set on an attractive bay with high rocky cliffs sheltering a lovelysandy beach, but the town itself is blighted by high-rise hotels.
SANTA EULàRIA D’ES RIU POP 31,300 Ibiza’s third-largest town is a bustling place, with a couple of child-friendly, gentlysloping beaches, a large harbour and plenty of 20th-century tourist-resort architecture.
Sights The hillock of Puig de Missa , a world away from the beaches, is the core of theoriginal town.
As well as the pleasant 16th-century church, the Església de SantaEulària , you’ll find the Museu Barrau ( 10am-2pm Tue-Sat) , a white housewith blue shutters dedicated to local artist Laureà Barrau; and the Museu Etnogràfic ( 971 33 28 45; adult/child 3/free; 10am-2pm Mon-Sat, 11am-1.
30pm Sun) , which displays farming and household instruments.
Sleeping & Eating Modern hotels and apartments crowd the Santa Eulària beachfront.
You’ll find acluster of affordable hostales a couple of blocks inland.
Most restaurants and cafes along the beachfront are tacky and overpriced.
Fourblocks back, there are several decent eateries along Carrer de Sant Vicent.
Ca’s Català HOTEL( 971 33 10 06; www.cascatala.com; Carrer del Sol; s 55, d 80-118; ) This cheerful British-run option has the feel of a private villa.
The majority of its12 particularly large rooms overlook a garden courtyard and pool with bar.
Mostbedrooms have ceiling fans and a few come with air-con.
Doubles, all with four-poster bed, are in attractive, gleaming white.
It’s very close to the bus station.
Hostal-Residencia Sa Rota HOSTAL ( 971 33 00 22; www.ibiza-hotels.com/sarota; s/d from 43/63; ) A good-value hostal, open year-round, this place features bright, generous rooms (the doubles in particular), with modern bath or shower.
The downstairs cafe has a relaxing outdoor extension with an ivy-shaded pergola.
El Naranjo SEAFOOD( 971 33 03 24; Carrer de Sant Josep 31; menus 10, mains 19-23; Tue-Sun) Enjoy fish, always fresh and cooked to retain all its juices, in the shady gardenof ‘The Orange Tree’.
This very Spanish gourmet option is especially popular withlocals seeking somewhere special.
Entertainment Guarana CLUB(www.guaranaibiza.com; Passeig Marítim; 8pm-6am May-Oct) By the marina,this is a cool club away from the Ibiza–Sant Rafel–Sant Antoni circuit.
There’s livemusic on Sunday evenings.
Information Tourist office ( 971 33 07 28; www.santaeulariadesriu.com; Carrer MariàRiquer Wallis 4; 9.
30pm & 5-7.
30pm Mon-Fri, 10am-1pm Sat) Just offthe main street.
There are also a couple of summer-only information booths.
Getting There & Away Regular buses connect Santa Eulària with Ibiza City, Sant Antoni and the northernbeaches.
SAILINGS FROM SANTA EULàRIA D’ES RIU In summer, Cruceros Santa Eulària runs boats to several destinations, including the following: DESTINATIONBOATS PER DAYADULT/CHILD Cala Llonga 9 12/6 Ibiza 6 16/8 Formentera 1 32/17 SANTA EULàRIA D’ES RIU TO S’AIGUA BLANCA Sights & Activities Sant Carles de Peralta VILLAGEThis sleepy village sits on the main road northwest of Santa Eulària.
Just outside thevillage, at Km12, is the Las Dalias alternative market (www.lasdalias.es; 10am-8pm Sat & 8pm-1.
30am Mon Jun-Sep, 8pm-1.
30am Tue Jul-Sep, 8pm-1amSun Aug) .
Cala Llenya & Cala Mastella BEACHA side road leads to Cala Llenya , a pleasant little pine-fringed cove with a deep,sandy beach, and the even tinier, just as pretty, Cala Mastella , which outside highseason you could have totally to yourself.
At the latter, scramble around the rocks atthe eastern end along a much-crumbled concrete path to reach one of Ibiza’s mostauthentic restaurants.
Cala de Boix, Es Figueral & S’Aigua Blanca BEACHThe road to Cala Mastella continues a couple of kilometres to the curl of Cala deBoix and its tempting waters.
Back on the main road, the next turn-off leads to the low-key resort area of EsFigueral , with a golden-sand beach and turquoise water.
A little further on, a turn-off takes you to the still-lovelier beaches of S’Aigua Blanca , where clothing isoptional.
On weekends and from July to August, all these beaches can be very, very busy.
Sleeping & Eating Hostal Restaurante Es Alocs HOTEL( 971 33 50 79; www.hostalalocs.com; Platja Es Figueral; s/d 40/65; May-Oct; ) This very friendly choice sits right on the beach at Platja Es Figueral.
Rooms occupy two floors and most have a small fridge and balcony.
The bar- restaurant has a wonderful terrace, deeply shaded with tangled juniper and chastetrees.
Hostal Cala Boix HOSTAL( 971 33 52 24; www.hostalcalaboix.com; Cala Boix; d 60-80; May-Oct; ) Set uphill and back from Cala Boix, this option couldn’t be further from theIbiza madness.
All rooms have a balcony and many have sea views.
At S’Arribiada , its hearty resturant, Thursday is barbeque day, while each Tuesdayfresh sardines sizzle on the grill.
Es Bigotes SEAFOOD(Cala Mastella; meals 25; lunch Easter-Oct) Offering bullit de peix (whateverfish was caught that morning simmered with herbs, mixed vegetables and potatoesin a huge vat), followed by arròs caldós (saffron rice cooked in the broth of thebullit de peix ), this simple shack is known far and wide.
Finish off with café decaleta (coffee prepared with lemon zest, cinnamon and flamed brandy).
No phone,no reservations; in July and August, you need to turn up in person at least the daybefore to book a spot.
During other months, arrival by 1pm should get you a table.
To arrive by car, take the last turning left before Cala Mastella.
Bar Anita BAR(Sant Carles de Peralta; mains 8-16) A timeless tavern opposite the village churchof Sant Carles de Peralta, this restaurant and bar has be
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