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Discover Ibiza


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Indoor         335m2
Terraces     160m2
€ 4.950.000 
Bedrooms    5
Bathrooms   4
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Indoor         350m2
Terraces     180m2
€ 5.950.000 
Bedrooms    5
Bathrooms   5


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Land           18.397m2
To build            244m2
€ 1.250.000 
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Land           89.000m2
To build            300m2
€ 1.750.000 
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San Lorenzo is located in the Center-North of Ibiza Island. The small village sits in a region that has developed over the last years into a comfortable and popular place to live, with great nature feeling, lots of quality restaurants, and shopping close-by.  Two good and traditional eateries in San Lorenzo are Balafia and La Paloma

Ibiza´s Center-North region is the place for a more real living experience, people being in general in a more relaxed and different state of mind than those in the South and West. This is particularly visible in laid-back villages like San Juan and San Carlos. The North offers great nature like Benirras Beach with great sunsets or the steep cliffs of Puerta del Cielo in Santa Ines.

Closest village is Santa Gertrudis with a lovely main street and the Church Plaza. Many services are offered: groceries shops, banks, pharmacy, post office, and some decoration & fashion boutiques.  

Good chill-out restaurants we recommend around Santa Gertrudis are Zeno´s Pizzeria (in our blog of 10 best pizzas in Ibiza) or Finca La Plaza, and a bit further away Ses Escoles, NagaiElements on Benirras beach, Rebrots in Portinaxt or Shamarkanda in San Juan.   

8 minutes from SantaGertrudis 
12 minutes from Santa Eulalia City
 minutes to the Golf Club Roca Llisa 

15 minutes from Ibiza City

20 minutes from Airport
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Cami de Balafia restaurant in San Lorenzo is a family-run favourite of many locals, slightly set back off the main road. The old hacienda is not the easiest to find, look into the distance from the main road and you will see the sign. It is renowned for its sensational grilled meats and true Ibiza atmosphere. When the weather permits, you can dine under the stars on the outdoor terrace or if inclement weather, there is a dining room inside. Balafia will delight guests with grilled steak and rustic side dishes presented in an established tradition that has lasted more than thirty years. Try the ailoli and bread for starters, the famous tomato salad, then grilled chicken, lamb chops, island pork and of course, steaks. Meat is served with simply the best fried country potatoes for miles. Fresh ice cream is also worth a try!.
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Santa Gertrudis´ main street is filled with the enjoyable terraces of the many cafés and restaurants.
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Shops in Santa Gertrudis have kept a genuine look and feel
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Decoration boutique Es Cucons. The Ibiza-style relaxed space is filled with fashion, gifts, and homewares. 
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The city of Santa Eulalia at 9 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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