Temperature: Between 12°C in winter, to 29°C in summer.
Best time to visit: September for plenty of sunshine at slightly cooler temperatures.
The Mediterranean climate means an average of 11 hours of sunshine a day in summer, so if you want to top up your tan, this is the time to head here. The temperature stays around 26°C between April and September. August is the hottest month, and is likely to push 30°C. The autumn and spring are cooler, with the occasional wet day in winter.
Gastronomes: You’ll find the Calle San Vicente (also known as ‘Restaurant Street’) offering everything from tapas and pizzas, to Chinese and Mexican cuisine.
Beach lovers: At Santa Eulalia’s heart is its beautiful beach, a golden curve of sand with a top watersports centre.
Sightseers: Take a stroll through the idyllic town and visit its iconic 16th century church, perched on a hilltop overlooking the town.
More about Santa Eulalia
Language: The language spoken in here is Spanish. However, the locals have a good grasp of English, although a well-placed ‘por favor’ or ‘gracias’ is often appreciated, so bust out the app or phrase book and give it a go!
Currency: You’ll need to exchange your Sterling for Euros, before jetting off on your holidays to Santa Eulalia.
Local time: Santa Eulalia is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.
Fly to: Ibiza Airport. Transfer time to Santa Eulalia is 50 minutes.
Flight time from UK: The Santa Eulalia flight time is 2.5 hours.
Visa / Health: Before you travel, visitwww.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for recommendations and advice on visas and health.
Balearics Sustainable Tourism Tax: You’ll need to pay a Sustainable Tourism Tax which has been introduced by the Balearic Government to help with environmental and tourism improvements. The charge is between €1-4 per person per night, plus 10% VAT, subject to change, and varies based on the official star rating of your accommodation. Children under 16 won’t have to pay and guests staying for more than nine nights will receive a reduction. For further information please click here.
Holiday destinations related to Santa Eulalia:
By bus: An affordable bus service runs between Ibiza’s beach resorts around every 30 minutes. There’s a bus terminal in the centre of Santa Eulalia where, if you’re planning on making regular trips, you can buy a bus card.
By taxi: Taxis are easy to find here, with centrally located taxi ranks and companies that let you phone ahead. Licenced Ibizan taxis are white and fitted with a meter, and are cheap for short journeys.
On foot: If you’re planning on staying local, it’s compact and easy to get around on foot. The seafront promenade is a pleasant place to stroll and the beaches and hotels are local.
Spring flowers: During the Santa Eulalia Flower Festival, which takes place in May, the town celebrates the arrival of spring and marks the old story of a collapsing church and its miraculously-saved congregation. One of the most colourful festivals around, expect a parade of horse-drawn carts, locals in traditional costume, more flowers than you’ve ever seen, and plenty of fireworks.
Easter week: As in mainland Spain, Easter is a big deal in Ibiza, and most towns and cities celebrate Holy Week, also known as Semana Santa. The week involves processions with icons of the town’s patron saint, with distinctive costumes and lively parades.