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Nightlife guide to Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Where to go for your evening entertainment in Santa Eulalia.


The coastal town of Santa Eulalia is the perfect place for a chilled out evening, with quality dining and a friendly atmosphere. A broad promenade lined with bars and restaurants runs through the marina alongside the beach, an ideal place to take in the lovely surroundings.

While you can have a bit of everything in Santa Eulalia, many neighbouring areas extend the offerings even further, with some of the most famous beach clubs on the island, delicious restaurants and many bars to satisfy every whim. The neighbouring Es Caná, S'Argamassa and Cala Nova also boast numerous beach clubs, restaurants and chiringuitos, as the small typical beach bars are called.

Beach clubs

Santa Eulalia and the surrounding areas have countless options for your beach and culinary needs. With two main beaches in town and numerous others nearby, you will be spoilt for choice on where to soak rays and enjoy summer activities.

After all, it doesn't get much better than being pampered at a beach club as you indulge in drinks and food directly from a plush sunbed.


Santa Eulalia is known as the gastronomic center of the island, there is a fantastic selection of restaurants for all budgets and tastes, from nice gastro bars to 5-star gourmet temples.

Near the town hall an entire street is dedicated to restaurants. The pedestrianised "restaurant street" runs parallel to the main road that is just a few streets up from the beach.


The nightlife in Santa Eulalia is quieter than in the party strongholds of Ibiza Town, San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa. Here, you have a nice dinner in the evening and then meet in one of the countless bars.

The marina in particular vibrates with life on summer evenings. Stroll along elegant yachts and let yourself be enchanted by the lights and the atmosphere.

Many hotels also have interesting onsite bars that are also open to non-hotel guests. Some are high up on the roof terrace, with fantastic panoramic views over the city.


For those who like a serious dance now and then, just a couple of kilometres down the road to San Carlos you'll find Las Dalias, which apart from its famous daytime and nighttime hippy markets also hosts some great parties during the week.

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