Even though Siesta is less well-known and smaller than Santa Eulalia, it is not to be missed by anyone visiting the local area. Situated on a secluded hilltop, Siesta offers guests a quaint residential neighbourhood and a calming tourist atmosphere. This little resort is as picturesque as it is peaceful. With its mountaintop setting, Siesta offers breathtaking views of Santa Eulalia, the town below, and the vast open seas stretching out far before it.
Though Siesta is much more tranquil than the Santa Eulalia, it still has plenty to offer local tourists. Siesta hosts a wide variety of accommodations, hotels, restaurants, and supermarkets, making it an ideal location for visitors seeking a quiet retreat in a landscaped setting with its great beach nearby.
So, let’s read on to find out more about Siesta’s secret hidden gems and must-visit hotspots.
Top local restaurants in Siesta, Santa Eulalia, Ibiza
Initially founded in 1978, The Village Ibiza, previously known as Samovar, is a well-known family-run restaurant. Recently renovated and rebranded, the outdoor seated restaurant in the heart of Siesta is a relaxed and family-friendly meeting place that hosts an ethos – we are not just a bar but home to the local community. In addition to a beautifully decorated authentic style restaurant, it also features a spacious, cosy, covered terrace for Al Fresco dining, Argentinian Show BBQ nights, and a lovely Cocktail bar. On a discreet avenue near the foot of Santa Eulalia and far from all the crowds, The Village is a meeting place where everyone can gather, relax, regroup and get to know one another during the vibrant summer season. A football table and pool table billiard are available to entertain the kids or yourself, as well as Live Music on Fridays with Flawless band and Sundays with Lisa Rudy!
Next up is Seventeen. Sitting under lush greenery amongst the tropical plants of the garden, guests come time and again to experience a blend of authentic Italian flavours and innumerable nuances of Mediterranean cuisine. Throughout the year, Italian Chef Renzo Galli and his French wife, Barbara Masson, invite you to dine in and share the rich sensations of a truly inviting culinary experience. Furthermore, in the apartment urbanización, Siesta Mar, featuring a large outdoor pool, garden and sun terrace, Seventeen also offers a brand new local cocktail and poolside restaurant known as La Piscine.
Lastly, a bohemian design that breathes new life into the spirit of Ibiza, the Nativo hotel is a harmonious blend of elegance and rusticity. From its mountaintop vantage point, the hotel offers sweeping views of the coast. The hotel’s characteristics offer a bright, light, white island style, providing a relaxing environment. The hotel’s restaurant is inspired by fresh, local and healthy cuisine, with seasonal produce and fish from the island’s local farms and fishers. Their philosophy is to turn the mere act of eating into a culinary journey.
Siesta’s local white-sanded beach and crystal clear waters
Calo s’Alga or Racó of s’Alga is a quiet little Ibiza beach adjacent to the Siesta resort. It is a relaxed alternative to some of the busier beaches of Santa Eulalia nearby. Rentable beds and parasols are available on the fine white sand, as well as a tiny kiosk that serves drinks, sandwiches, bocadillos and Sangria all day. There are also beach areas ideal for snorkeling due to the unique seabed and peculiar rock formations. One can also get a panoramic view of the wooded cliffs of Cala Llonga from certain sections of the beach.
Come and visit us at Samos Deli supermarket and cafeteria in Siesta, Santa Eulalia, Ibiza.
Our local mini-market and cafeteria in Siesta is the perfect place to relax with freshly brewed coffee and our selection of homemade pastries and cakes. We are famous among locals for our freshly baked German bread, vegan and gluten-free options, and traditional bakery products! Enjoy freshly filled bagels, baguettes, and focaccia bread every day. The summer brunch menu includes smoothies, fruit salads, and yoghurts with muesli, all available for take-away. You can also take a little basket and browse our deli groceries, choosing among our German and Spanish favourites. You’ll find everything needed for your picnic on the beach or a lazy day around the pool!
How to get to Siesta from Santa Eulalia by foot
Santa Eulària’s attractions can be reached easily by foot from Siesta, thanks to its proximity to town. A charming walkway links the river mouth to the central waterfront, so you don’t have to worry about cars or buses.
Click here for your route from Santa Eulalia to Siesta