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Tourist Train Santa Eulalia

A tour through the lovely east coast countryside taking in beautiful beaches and places of local interest.

Enjoy a relaxed and fun day out on a road train taking you through Ibiza's pretty countryside,
along coastal routes, via pretty villages and then on to lovely beaches or traditional Ibiza
hippy markets. Four trips are available - all three hours long, taking you on these special trips from top family resort, Santa Eulalia.

NOTE: There are also charming train tours available departing from Cala LLonga, Es Figueral, Es Caná, Portinatx and San Miguel.

Trip 1 - Three beaches

A great trip stopping at three of Ibiza's cutest beaches: the fisherman's cove of Pou des
, then Cala Boix with its unusual dark sand and ending at the lovely little beach of Es
, where you can take a refreshing dip in the sea. On this relaxing journey, you will
have plenty of stops for refreshments, sunbathing and to take photos. You will travel on
beautiful coastal roads taking in some excellent scenery like the island of Tagamago, one of
Ibiza's famous pirate towers and the lovely Cala Mastella coastline.

Beaches: Pou des Lleó (15 min), Cala Boix (15 min.), Es Figueral(40 min)
Days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays
Departure time: 10:30

Trip 2 - San Carlos - Museum - Cala Martina

If you want to see some pretty Ibiza countryside, this trip is for you. There's a stop at the quaint village of San Carlos, where you can admire its pretty whitewashed church and stroll around. It's then on to see an old 18th Century farmhouse, which gives a glimpse of life for the islanders of the past, with old artifacts and utensils; there's even a tasting of Ibizan liqueurs. The day ends on a small and tranquil beach where you can enjoy drinks and a spot of sunbathing. Price includes entrance to the museum and a free shot of Hierbas.

Days: Mondays and Thursdays
Departure time: 15:30

Trip 3 - Punta Arabí hippy market, Es Canar

A glorious trip going down pretty inland country roads to see some lovely island landscapes,
flora and fauna and ending at the famous hippy market of Punta Arabí. Here, you will have
90 minutes to browse the market, where you can find a variety of hand-crafted goods, like
leather ware, jewellery, clothing and ceramics as well as stop for a drink.

Days: Wednesdays
Departure time: 11:15

Trip 4 - Las Dalias hippy market

The hippy market bazaar of Las Dalias is a much-loved attraction and an essential stop to
include on any visit to Ibiza. You will be taken to the market where you can spend 90 minutes
to browse the many stands, buy some home-made liqueurs, try on some silver jewellery and find those presents for your beloved ones back home.
There are plenty of places serving drinks and snacks plus a cafe too. Finally, it's back to
Santa Eulalia, where you will steam through pretty inland country lanes taking in some lovely
scenery on the way.

Days: Saturdays
Departure time: 11:15


Available from: May 10th to October 20th
Price: Adults 16 euros, children (under 12) 8 euros, up to 3 travel free
Duration: 3 hours
Minimum participants: 10
Maximum participants: 56
Departs from: Bar Can Cosmi (in front of City Hall in Santa Eulalia)
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, German and French
Drinks & snacks: Can be purchased at some of the stops along the way
Tickets: The ticket is valid for any of the trips

Recommendations: We advise you bring water, sun cream and a swimming costume.

Cancellation policy: If you cancel 48 hours before the departure date as indicated on your voucher, you will be fully refunded.

Resort: Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Customer reviews for Tourist Train Santa Eulalia

5 reviews. Average customer rating: 8/10

Smashing little trip through the Ibizan countryside. It was good to see a little of the real Ibiza, away from the tourist areas. The hippy market was great fun. Wasn’t expecting it to be so big and so busy, but a great experience nonetheless.
Average: 9 (1 vote)
Great morning out and a perfect way to see beautiful places that you would normally miss. The commentary was very informative and in many languages.
Average: 10 (1 vote)
The train itself was sweet and my little boy who loves trains liked it. It was clean inside and comfortable and the driver was very friendly and fun. When we arrived we were informed that the old farmhouse museum was closed (no reason provided) and we were instead taken to a water wheel museum. This wasn't particularly interesting to us but might be to some people. The stop at San Carlos was nice and we had an ice cream as recommended. There wasn't anything else open in the village but that didn't matter too much as we only had time for an ice cream and quick pop in the church. The last stop was a beach which was quite horrible. The drive there also took us through some horrible looking places, no where near as nice as where we were staying. We found the choice of route and particularly the beach stop odd as surely there are some nicer locations to show off?
Average: 3 (1 vote)
This was a highlight of our trip. The train ride, although bumpy on occasion, was a really lovely chance to see a bit more of the island from a different perspective. thoroughly enjoyed it.
Average: 8 (1 vote)
A great way to see some of the lesser known parts of the island and to hear some of the history. Great for all ages and you get to see some stunning beaches and views. We also particularly enjoyed the opportunity to pause for thought at the church. The only drawback is that it felt a little rushed and I would have liked more time to take in the surroundings but this just convinced us to come back and hire a car and do it ourselves next time!
Average: 8 (1 vote)

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