The white island

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San José, San Mateo, Santa Inés, Santa Gertrudis...
The white villages are a mandatory stop: part of the essence of Ibiza. One of the things that most often catches the attention of visitors are the names of their villages. Most of them are named after saints because they were formed around a church. Which one is your favorite? Here are some of ours:


San Mateo

A corner full of nature

San Mateo is small, cozy and quiet.

With a wonderful natural environment as the main protagonist, this unique village has restaurants where you can taste the typical Ibizan cuisine.

Located in the north center of the island, we recommend a walk through Pla de Corona and to know, among others, Cala Aubarca, one of the favorite spots for trekking and nature lovers.

Santa Inés

The valley of almond trees

This village full of charm stands out for its beautiful valley full of almond trees, es Pla, and for having one of the best views of Ibiza, Las Puertas del Cielo.

A fantastic place to discover the authentic Ibiza, in which its houses maintain the original structure nearly intact.

It is worth a visit. A tip: if your thing is two wheels, do not miss the route from San Antonio (or from San Mateo, San Miguel, San Joan, La Cala San Vicente or Portinatx). A beautiful motorcycle route in every way.

Santa Gertrudis

The chicest village in Ibiza

Among all the little towns on the island, Santa Gertrudis has a special, bohemian style.

With a cheerful and multicultural atmosphere, Santa Gertrudis is a beautiful and authentic village.

A large main square surrounded by restaurants whose specialty is sandwiches is a must to recharge your batteries after your visit, although if you are a gourmet cuisine lover you should know that you will also find your place here: from traditional Spanish tapas, delicious Mediterranean dishes and even vegan options.