San Agustin is one of the smallest, prettiest and best preserved villages on the island. Situated between San Jose and San Antonio, the village enjoys a position close to a wide range of stunning beaches. The centre of San Agustin is set on the hillside and offers beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding pine forests, and there is also superb cuisine, local bars and shops on offer.View villas in San Agustin
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Paella, tapas, fresh seafood, Mediterranean grilled meats and vegetables, Alioli (garlic sauce), Flao (local cheesecake with herbs and honey). You will most likely get to try a shot of Hierbas after a meal, a traditional Eivissan spirit made of herbs, good for digestion.
Ibiza is famous for it's thriving and sophisticated nightlife. The world-renowned nightclubs are dotted around between San Antonio and Ibiza town, but closest to this resort you will find Eden and Es Paradis, who sit against the backdrop of the beautiful coastline. You will find lively nightlife all throughout San Antonio with it's huge array of clubs and bars. A 10 minute walk will take you to 'The Sunset Strip', a more upmarket selection of cocktail bars where true to its name, you can watch the famous San Antonio sunset - beautiful.
Established in 1997, Can Rich Buscatell winery and wine growing estate use ecological farming techniques along with modern and traditional methods to create Ibicencan wine. The estate is located a short drive away, just outside of San Antonio.
From San Antonio bay, just a short drive down the hill, you can hop aboard one of the many ferries, boat trips and excursions that sail around the island. Make a trip to Es Vedra, Portinatx, Formentera, San Miguel and Margaritas, all of which can be booked at the marina.
Completely unscathed by modern tourism, San Agustin is the perfect place to take an afternoon stroll along the meandering roads, and up to the hilltop where the church is situated. From here you will enjoy spectacular views across the rolling countryside and to the bay of San Antonio, out to sea.
Air Zone is an unusual attraction park, where you can roll around in inflatable orbs, often known as 'zorbing'.
A 30 minute drive to the other side of the island will take you to Aguamar in Playa den Bossa, the islands family fun waterpark with over 7 sets of slides and a picnic area.
Being a small island means everything can be reached by bus or car quickly and easily. Don't forget to explore the main hubs of the island; Ibiza town, San Antonio and Santa Eulalia, and maybe buy a souvenir from the hippy market at Es Canar.
The small and sleepy hilltop village is very traditional and benefits from just two local cafes, a tobacconist and mini-market.
Open only during mass, the simple church of San Agustin, built in the 1800s, sits on the hilltop amongst carob trees.
New Years Daynational event
Epiphany / Three ...national event
San Agustin Patro...local event
The hamlet celebrates it's patron saint on or around the 28th August.