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Santa Agnès, Ibiza (Santa Inés)

Charming little village in a valley full of almond trees.


Santa Agnès de Corona (Santa Inés in Castilian Spanish) lies to the north of San Antonio in a very fertile region, far away from the tourism of the big towns.

It comprises a church, a supermarket, a few bars and restaurants and several surrounding houses - but not much else, which only adds to the rural charm here.

Santa Agnès is a wonderful place to visit in order to discover the real Ibiza, far away from the hustle-and-bustle of Ibiza Town and San Antonio. Do take a walk around the village and the surrounding countryside, as the area is simply breathtaking with fields of orange, lemon and almond trees set against the deep, ochre-red of the earth and the many different greens of the pine trees.

Almond blossom

Time seems to stand still in Santa Agnès except during January and February when the almond trees begin to bloom and the patron saint is celebrated on 21 January.  Around this date visitors from the whole island indulge in an almost month-long fiesta, with lots of events, many of them enjoying the beautiful surroundings like the full moon almond blossom walk. This is one of the prettiest displays of nature you will ever see, as the whole of the valley is swathed in a covering of silvery-white.


There are several lovely agrotourism and rural hotels dotted around the beautiful surroundings of Santa Agnès. Alternatively, you could also choose one of the stunning private holiday villas nearby.


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