Sant Joan de Labritja (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈsaɲ ʒuˈan də ɫəˈβɾidʒə], Spanish: San Juan Bautista) is a village and municipality of the Balearic Islands on northern Ibiza. Among others, the resorts of Portinatx and Cala de Sant Vicent are located there. The actual village of Sant Joan is a quiet street, dominated by an imposing Christian church, and is the meeting point of Sant Joan de Labritja Municipal Council. One may find several small cafés and restaurants (including the locally well-known Vista Alegre, as well as a taxi rank,outside the Municipal Council building and the local office of the Guardia Civil, the Spanish Civil Guard. Towards the west of the village is the origin of the Torrent de Labritja, a tributary of the Riu de Santa Eulária, the Balearic Island's only constant-flowing river, although the Torrent only contains water during the winter months; throughout the tourist season, the stream is a dry river bed full of green vegetation.
Restaurants in Sant Joan de Labritja
5 based on 199 reviews
Ibiza Horse Valley offers all year round stunning rides in the North of Ibiza (Half day - Mountains & Full day - beach and if applicable swimming with the horses & special requests). Ibiza Horse Valley is an unique sanctuary that saves maltreated horses and rehabilitate them in a natural herd. The Valley is located on private land, we treasure the peaceful, silent surroundings. Bookings, special requests and visits (only winter months) are all upon request and by appointment.
Beautiful, educated, caring couple run a unique business rescuing and rehabilitating horses to offer rides through the mountainous scenery.
The riding is fast or slow to suit ability, all on tracks. The horses are safe but very different in their personalities.
I am a professional rider from the UK and I enjoyed every minute of the experience.
Thank you David and Monique for a first class equine adventure in Ibiza.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
Visited tonight for second time in a week. Karaoke start time advertised as 22.30. I knowledge that start times maybe affected by sporting events of national interest and end of season trading lows. One would have thought that in such circumstances every effort would be made to get proceedings underway which when in situ Kim and Dean appear try to do. Playing music in order to delay the start and inbetween singers only causes frustration for those making the effort to attend and support the venue. Spin forward to this evening Saturday arriving at 22.40 to find a quiz in progress once completed the stand in DJ started to play music with the Bass cranked up. 8 customers left the bar. He announced that the Karaoke would commence soon after a break. Low and behold After about a further 10 minute delay the first singer was introduced followed by more music after a couple of songs were played the next singer was called up he then announced that there would another break. After playing a number of songs he called up the next singer. He then played more music and announced that he was going to do a song because of lack of singers (turned out to be 3 in a row) followed by which there would be another break for more music and then bring back another singer!!! i.e yours truly. Now having put my hard earned across the bar and having waited over 40 minutes for nothing we walked out in frustration vowing not to return and take our custom elsewhere for the remainder of our holiday!! Great shame as we're sure that the place rocks during the main holiday months. We could have stopped in our hotel and listened to the entertainment or a radio there...
4.5 based on 230 reviews
Great place to spend some days! Small but the water so clean and clear... bars and restaurants nearby! Amazing feeling.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Although we were in Ibiza Town mainly for shopping and sight seeing, we took time to visit the beautiful beach surrounding the Cala da San Vicente. The local marina was filled with boats of every description and the beach was filled with sun bathers. Numerous restaurants, bars and shops surround the beach and seem to welcome all dress codes.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
4.5 based on 150 reviews
An English-owned, English-staffed Family Fun Bar and Restaurant. English food, prepared by an English chef.
Called in for drinks one night and ended up staying for the quiz, good fun, not something we would normally do. All the staff really friendly and made you feel welcome. Only had a snack here so can really comment on the food. Was pleased to see sweet potato chips on the menu though!!
4 based on 355 reviews
This is the only restaurant we came across in this area. Unfortunately the menu was very limited and it did not specify the ingredients that certain foods contained (due to intolerance/allergy problems). When a particular dish we ordered came with stuff we couldn't eat, waitress was very rude in putting the problem back at us rather than helping us with a solution. This woman in her late 50’s or 60’s wasn’t very pleasant in helping us. I would not recommend this restaurant as it is also overpriced. If you want to visit Cala Xarraca, I advise you either take your own food or visit it in the morning and then move to another one where you can eat.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
very nice beach and not too crowded although I would think during high season you would need to get here quite early to get a parking space. The beach is very clean and there are plenty of sun beds to hire.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
We were staying at the nearby el Greco hotel and were told this was an escorted walk from the hotel .. It was , until about 50 yards up the path , Martin our guide said he was going back to our hotel . He gave us some basic instructions on the general path to the lighthouse and off we went .. Wishing us luck .. Well like the sheep that humans actually are we followed the guys in front and soon found ourselves scrabbling up and down rocks and rough paths .pushing through trees and bushes .. Definetly not the right path .. Soon we were on the edge of the cliff ..when we eventually got to the lighthouse there were some great views .. The lighthouse itself is all locked up obviously .. So we had a wee rest then headed back trying to find a better path , this was partially successful but not hugely . We arrived back at the hotel over 2 hours later .. I'm sure there is a good / easy way to do this walk it just wasn't the case with us .. Bit of advise go to the lighthouse but plan a little before you go ...
4.5 based on 22 reviews
We have visited portinax the last 6 may half terms and always use subfari . They are fantastic . There are 5 of us in our family who dive and they cater for all our capabilities . Friendly safe and really know the area and the best dive sites . We look forward to going again next year
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