Santa Eulària is one of the quietest and most familiar municipalities of the island. Its urban centre is ideal for walking with children. It has a beautiful promenade, which borders the coast of this little town, and large pedestrian areas, full of terraces and restaurants which are open throughout the year.
The town is surmounted by Es Puig de Missa, a historic complex that houses the local church, which is well worth a visit. The mouth of the river, which runs through a valley coming from the interior of the island, was for centuries the epicentre of agricultural activity and is another place to visit. Another major tourist attraction is the municipality’s coastline with beaches such as Cala Boix, Pou des Lleó, Cala Mestella or Cala Llenya. On its 153 square kilometres, Santa Eulària also integrates the villages of Sant Carles de Peralta, Santa Gerturdis de Fruitera, Jesús and Puig d’en Valls, which have different tourist and cultural attractions.