This quiet inland town has become one of the most charming rural areas of the island. You will find art galleries, funky clothes shops and artisan goods, whilst the traditional heart of the village remains in the pedestrianised plaza which has cafes and restaurants with hams hanging from the ceiling. Santa Gertrudis is a lovely lunch spot as you can soak in some traditional Ibicenco culture. It also has artisan shops, antique shops and restaurants that make avant-garde cuisine.
The town is at a crossroads that connect it with Eivissa, Sant Miquel, Sant Llorenç or Sant Mateu. Situated at the heart of Ibiza, this town was one of the original places where hippies, artists and musicians gathered in the 1960’s.The center is dominated by the church, which was inaugurated in 1797. The façade has undergone various modifications over time, as has the bell tower, which was installed in the 19th century.
During your holidays at Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza be sure to visit this iconic village full of tradition and history. Only 15 km away, a 22 min drive.