Santa Eulalia del Rio
Santa Eulalia is a pretty, atmospheric little town about nine miles (14km) north of the island's capital, much favoured by tourists because of its proximity to some of the best beaches and for its scenic setting. The town is situated on the estuary of the only river in the Balearic Islands, overlooked by the Puig de Missa, a fortress-church sited on a hilltop. Another attraction in Santa Eulalia is the Sant Carles settlement a few kilometres to the north: the last true 'hippie' commune on Ibiza island remaining from the 1960s ,when hippie cultists flocked here. The famous Ibiza northern beaches like Aigues Blanques and Cala Llonga can be reached by bus or boat from the town.