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Discover Ibiza


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Land           18.397m2
To build            244m2
€ 1.250.000 
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Land           89.000m2
Indoor              300m2
€ 1.750.000 
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The village of San Carlos is located in the North of Ibiza Island. It is a laid-back village with its touch of hippie culture, particularly seen at the popular Las Dalias Hippie Market (see below).  San Juan proposes a few  restaurants like San Carlos Restaurant and some bars around a lovely main street and the Church Plaza. Key services are available: groceries shops, bank, pharmacy, post office, and some souvenir boutiques.     

Ibiza´s  North region is the place for a more real living experience, the people being in general in a more relaxed and different state of mind than those in the South and West. The North offers great nature like the beaches Benirras, Aguas Blancas, Cala Boixor Cala San Vicente,

Nice chill-out restaurants we recommend in the region on the road to San Lorenzo Ses Escoles, NagaiBalafia and La Paloma, Rebrots in Portinaxt or Elements on Benirras beach,  

8 minutes from Santa Eulalia 
25 minutes from Ibiza City
30 minutes from Airport


The picturesque village centre San Carlos with its typical Ibicenco-style Church has been lovingly preserved.

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Las Dalias Hippie Market is the most famous attraction in San Carlos, started in 1985. The number of shops has exploded from 5 to 200 today. The busiest days are Saturdays in August, when up to 15,000 visitors hover around the stands. Las Dalias offers also street restaurant and food, music animations with a DJs and live music.

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Bar Anita in San Carlos was founded in 1876, it was the first shop in Sant Carles. The current owners, Ana and Bartolomé took over the property in the 1940s and have maintained its welcoming character and worldly spirit with bohemian flair. Bar Anita has the distinction of being the post office of Sant Carles - the telephone cabin and mailboxes can still be seen inside. Money orders arrived here that financed the hippies and artists in the 1970s, whom the local knew as “Peluts” (hairy). In return these friendly settlers called Anita “Mom”.

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7 minutes drive away from San Carlos; the family-friendly beach of Cala San Vicente reached in 10 minutes. This is a large and wide beach with quality sand and super clear turquoise water. There are some relaxed beach-side restaurants for example On the Beach or the Boat House.
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The city of Santa Eulalia at 5 kms offers a choice of restaurants, bars and all services: supermarkets, bio shops, pharmacy, banks, post office, petrol stations, dry-cleaners, etc. Santa Eulalia is the administrative center of the region organised around the cityhall in the pedestrian zone.  

The Yachting marina Santa Eulalia with its entertainment district with many restaurants like CBBC, Chiringuito BlueEl Deseo Mexican, Estel. There are a lot of  terraces to enjoy on Santa Eulalia´s sea front promenade. A simpler tasty eatery is Can Suldat in Es Canar with its live music. All of these restaurants  are reached within 15 minutes from San Juan.
Ibiza and Formentera are drier and warmer than the rest of the Balearic Islands, presenting a semi-arid climate.

The average annual temperature of the island varies between 16º and 18.5º 

Yearly rainfall is between 300 mm and 600 mm.  The sun exposure of the territory is very high, with about 3,000 hours per year on 320 days. 

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