Our island is distributed into five municipalities: Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Santa Eulària des Riu, Sant Joan de Labritja, Sant Antoni de Portmany and Eivissa. Here you can discover all the towns, villages and "parroquias” of Ibiza (as the locals known the smaller towns) and immerse yourself in their customs, savour their gastronomy and contemplate unforgettable postcards.


Sant Joan de Labritja


 The municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja , located in the northwest of the island, with an area of approximately  120 km2, and ecologically well preserved, consists of four parishes: Sant  Joan de Labritja , Sant Miquel de Balanzat , Sant Vicent de Sa Cala and Sant Llorenç de Balàfia , forming a series of small urban clusters of rural character.

Sant Joan de Labritja first and foremost presents a privileged landscape , which is made up of green hills dotted with an abundance of white farm houses, fertile fields and bays and pristine beaches that lie between rough and steep cliffs , a paradise for divers and lovers of hiking, walking and being in contact with nature .

The main tourist areas of the municipality are Cala de Portinatx , Port de Sant Miquel and Cala de Sant Vicent , which offer all kinds of services for visitors. There are also numerous coves of great natural beauty along the coast , where to enjoy tranquility and beauty , such as Benirràs, Cala Xarraca , S'Illot , Cala den Serra, Cala Moltons , etc ...

Our municipality also has several nuclei of great historical and cultural interest. The rural churches, monuments of great beauty, are characteristic of the traditional Ibizan architecture . They are ancient buildings of thick whitewashed walls, with porches sustained by arches and cobbled courtyards, and a small cemetery next to them.

The islands' gastronomy is influenced by the history of the Pityuses. The succulent dishes of the Ibizan cuisine are prepared with products that land and sea offer , and in the municipality of Sant Joan a great variety of good restaurants can be found.

In addition the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja is endowed with a varied network of rural lodgings which preserve the flavor of the past and offer all the comforts of today. They are isolated and tranquil establishments that make their guests feel at home, allowing them to live the traditional atmosphere of the Ibizan countryside and are ideal for family holidays.



Sant Miquel de Balansat

Sant Miquel de Balansat

Sant Vicent de Sa Cala

Sant Vicent de Sa Cala

Sant Joan de Labritja

Sant Joan de Labritja



  • Area: Sant Joan de Labritja
  • Town: Sant Joan de Labritja
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