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Santa Eulària des Riu municipality in Ibiza

Santa Eulària des Riu (Spanish: Santa Eulalia del Rio) is a municipality on the eastern coast of Ibiza. The only river on the island flows through the town of Santa Eulària. The town was the depicted during the Spanish Civil War in The Life and Death of a Spanish Town (1937) by Elliot Paul. There are two great Hippy Markets which attract large numbers of tourists and locals: Punta Arabi, located in Es Canar runs all day every Wednesday from April through October. Las Dalias, near Sant Carles, runs all day every Saturday, throughout the year. Las Dalias also has a "Night Market" which runs Monday evenings from June through September.As of 2006, the town, the third most populous on the island is 13,737. The total number of inhabitants in the municipality is 27,152.

The municipality encompasses the following towns and villages:

Town/village Population (2006)
Jesús, Nostra Senyora de 4,499
Puig d'en Valls 3,613
Sant Carles de Peralta 3,195
Santa Eulària des Riu 13,737
Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera 1,680

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Port and town of Santa Eulària des Riu from the north east  
Seafront and beach  
View from Es Canar, north of the town  
Puig de Missa, a former mosque, now a church on a hill above the town  

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Coordinates: 38°59′06″N 1°32′00″E / 38.985°N 1.5333333°E / 38.985; 1.5333333

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Europe : Iberia : Spain : Non-Iberian Spain : Balearic Islands : Ibiza : Santa Eulària des Riu
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Santa Eulària des Riu - pop.29,000 - is a city in Ibiza.

Home of some of the islands greatest 'fiestas'; like the centuries old 'First Sunday in May' (Catalan: Primer Duimenge d' Mai), and the Easter Procession. It is home to a famous yacht harbour (small but enchanting and surrounded by shops and top-notch restaurants.

The 15th century mountan-top fortress church, Puig D'Missa overlooks the entire town and bay, and the same mountain is home of the living museum: 'Can Ros', which will give you an idea of how life was on the island (for centuries) before the tourist boom.

Santa Eulalia has long been home to artists and writers (see: author:Elliot Paul.1937-Title:"Life and Death of a Spanish Village") and personalities from around the globe seeking tranquility and anonymity.

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