Nudist Beaches in Santa Eulalia del Río

Santa Eulalia del Río

Situated in the south east of the island of Ibiza, the town of Santa Eulalia del Río sits in a wide sweeping bay and is overlooked by the hill of Puig d’en Fita. The town offers visitors a nice choice of relaxing beaches and easy going night life. Throughout the town are boulevards and pedestrianized streets with a range of shops, arts & crafts, cafes, bars and restaurants. The Passeig de s’Alamera is a tree lined boulevard with a central area of gardens that runs down to the seafront. Running along the seafront beach area is a promenade with a selection of bars and restaurants and at its southern end is the harbour with views of the bay. In 1913 the steamship ”Mallorca” ran aground on a reef near Punta Arabi and there is a monument in the town, erected by the city of Palma, in honour to the local townsfolk and fishermen who bravely helped rescue the victims of the shipwreck.

Santa Eulalia del Río does not have much to offer in the way of historical buildings and one of the last buildings of note is the Town Hall that dates back to 1795. To the west of the town is the Parish Church of Eulaila that sits on top of a hill and is reached by a spiral pathway before entering a courtyard. Records show that a chapel dedicated to the saint was built on the site back in 1302 although the church itself dates back to 1568.

The town’s 2 main beaches within the sweep of the bay are kept in good condition and the gentle shelving into the sea makes them excellent for children. There is a pleasant walk along the Riu de Santa Eulaila river, surprisingly the only river on the Island of Ibiza, and there are 3 official nudist beaches in Santa Eulalia del Río, located a short distance from the town.

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