San Carlos

Discover the hippy spirit of this charming village in the northwest of Ibiza where time seems to have stood still.

San Carlos is a place where you can escape from the bustling streets of Ibiza Town and visit a place where a hippy community lives happily without the comforts of modern life.

The main monument in this tiny village is its 18th-century church, Iglesia de Sant Carles de Peralta. Next to it stands the famous Bar Anita, a popular meeting point for hippies in the '60s and a place where villagers still pick up their post from the wooden letterboxes on the walls! San Carlos is most well-known for its hippy market, Las Dalias, full of colourful stalls selling interesting merchandise.

Besides its charming character, San Carlos is a popular location among tourists as a stopover to reach the beautiful beaches and coves in the northeast of the island, as it's the junction where all the roads of Ibiza meet. 



  • From Santa Eulalia: 16

Nearby places

Cala Llenya (2.7 km) Cala Nova (3.2 km) Aguas Blancas (3.5 km) Cala Boix (3.6 km) Es Caná (3.8 km)