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You can get a taste of the laid-back Ibizan lifestyle in this delightful, rural village. A hippy culture still remains here, and the area is still popular with intellectuals, musicians and farmers alike who gather in one of the last remaining authentic towns of Ibiza. San Juan boasts old and new style bars and cafes in the centre of the village, with its traditional church at the heart. You'll find the coast within easy reach, and the attractive resort of Portinatx with its two sandy beaches, ideal for families, is just a short drive from San Juan. Portinatx also has a little port and sheltered waters for all kinds of watersports, plus quieter coves to explore nearby.
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Paella, tapas, fresh seafood, Mediterranean grilled meats and vegetables, Alioli (garlic sauce), Flao (local cheesecake with herbs and honey). You will most likely get to try a shot of Hierbas after a meal, a traditional Eivissan spirit made of herbs, good for digestion.
San Juan is a quiet and traditional village with a few basic amenities and a small selection of local cafe/bars. If you wish for some nightlife more than just an evening meal and a few drinks, head to the larger towns in the surrounding area or Ibiza Town and San Antonio for the most lively spots.
There is a very small waterpark which opens in Portinatx in the peak season with three fun slides. A 30 minute drive to the other side of the island will take you to Aguamar in Playa den Bossa, the islands family fun waterpark with over 7 sets of slides and a picnic area.
San Miguel and Portinatx are both easily accessed within a short drive of San Juan. San Miguel is great for it's scenery, smugglers caves and fish restaurant whilst Portinatx boasts three stunning sandy beaches.
Being a small island means everything can be reached by bus or car quickly and easily. Don't forget to explore the main hubs of the island; Ibiza town, San Antonio and Santa Eulalia, and maybe buy a souvenir from the hippy market at Es Canar.
San Juan still remains a traitional Ibizencan village, yet to be touched by commercial tourism. You can enjoy taking a stroll along the cobbled street, with a couple of cafes serving traditional Spanish food, a pharmacy, mini-market and a fishmonger.
The church of St. John was built around 1770. The current bell tower dates from the 19th century and was a replacement of the previous tower. The church stands in the centre of this charming little village.
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