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GUIDE OF SANT JOAN DE LABRITJA


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Sant Joan lands crossed by torrents and stone terraces allow enjoy nature with all its intensity, as in its cliffs and stretches of coastline

Located north of Ibiza, Sant Joan is the least inhabited village on the island. And with a population of about 4,500 people, the town remains a way of life based on agriculture, with its extensive forests and fields. Their lands, crossed by torrents and stone terraces, you can enjoy nature with all its intensity, as in its cliffs and stretches of coastline. In the municipality there are four parishes: Sant Joan, Sant Miquel, Sant Vicent and Sant Llorenc, all small towns where neighbors of all life living with people from all over the world, who wanted to take refuge in the most rural Ibiza .


The history of people is closely related to that of a neighbor, Antoni Marí, known as Milà, who in the eighteenth century was the richest landowner of the place. Apparently, Marí was well aware of the need to attract people to the area to work their land, so they decided to build a chapel and in 1720 was finished. Years later, the archbishop of Tarragona projected a new church in the area, what the neighbors flatly refused. However, the new temple was built next to the old chapel erected by Marí.


Es Amunts


In addition, Sant Joan offers areas of great ecological value, such as Es Amunts, where live animals and endemic plant species. In addition, in Sant Joan you will find excursions that will make you travel back in time, like visiting the caves d'en Marçà or delve into the reservoir is Culleram, where it was found the arqueológicam ost important piece of pitiusa Punic history: the goddess Tanit . Join those who have already succumbed to the charms of a unique and natural place as e lnorte of Ibiza, get lost along the beaches, coves and roads and knows Cala Sant Joan Benirràs, famous for its hippie atmosphere and drums. Reconcile with that concept of Paradise and give it a name. Take the North Road and fall in love Sant Joan.