The village of Sant Joan, located north of the island, is one of the least inhabited Ibiza. This area has extensive virgin forests and remarkable rural extensions, where a way of life based on agriculture remains. It is one of the most recommended places to meet the Ibiza of yesteryear, with its olive trees and sheep grazing.
Near this village, through a winding road you arrive to Cala San Vicente, one of the places where hotel tourism began. Today it is a quiet bay to enjoy holidays in a family atmosphere.
RESTAURANTE CAN GAT: fish restaurant at the beach Cala San Vicente.
SABORES NATURALES: Bread, bio products and vegan.
RESTAURANTE S’ILLOT:: fish restaurant and paellas.
MERCADILLO ARTESANAL: Craft Market, every Sunday in the town square.