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San Miguel is a village on the northern coast of Ibiza four kilometres inland from Port San Miguel. The north of the island has a wonderful wild landscape and the resorts here are much quieter than their southern counterparts. San Miguel in a very small traditional village centred around its old church. A couple of miles down the road is the beach, very popular with families where you can try a variety of water sports. Here you will find a range of restaurants and a number of tourist gift shops. A San Miguel holiday offers a relaxing break in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with a guarantee of summer sun and a sheltered sandy beach.
A San Miguel holiday provides a base set in an area of wooded hills, rugged coastlines and small sandy coves. Take a break in San Miguel and you avoid the hordes of visitors who congregate on the more popular areas on the south coast. It is a warm and friendly resort offering relaxation by day and night.
A San Miguel holiday is popular with families, particularly those with small children, who enjoy the sea side, and especially when there is also guaranteed sunshine. San Miguel attracts couples of all ages searching for a place in which to relax. It is also popular with walkers.
The holiday season in San Miguel begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
The northern landscape of Ibiza varies considerably from the south of the island. It is a wild, rugged area that is sparsely populated and as such is the place to visit if you don’t wish to spend your holiday cheek by jowl with other visitors. San Miguel is a small picturesque village surrounded by woodland and is only four kilometres from the coast. The church in San Miguel, of the same name, is one of the oldest churches on Ibiza and its frescoes alone are worth a visit.
Port de San Miguel has a sandy beach sheltered by tall cliffs. Hotels, apartments and villas line the cliffs, providing accommodation to suit most budgets. There are bars and restaurants serving a variety of food and catering for most tastes. These include a traditional English pub serving full English breakfasts and Sunday roasts. There are shops for provisions as well as gifts and souvenirs.
The beach is very popular with families looking for soft sand and safe shallow water. Water sports are provided from the beach and there is also a diving school.
If you wish to explore the remote north of Ibiza, or perhaps to visit the resorts in the south, car hire is recommended.
Those who enjoy walking will find many pleasurable trails through the forested hills and along the coastal route. The view over the island from Puig de Missa is spectacular, a just reward for having climbed the mountain.
Attractions within a short bus journey or car ride include caves, Cova des Cueram, golf courses and water parks. There are buses and boats to neighbouring resorts as well as to other parts of the island.
A San Miguel holiday offers a relaxing seaside break in a stunningly beautiful area, with an excellent beach providing good bathing and water sports.
Nightlife in San Miguel is very low key and evenings are spent strolling through the village enjoying a drink or a meal in the company of friends. Port San Miguel is a little more vibrant with music bars and livelier restaurants. There is an English pub there providing the usual pub entertainment with quizzes and karaoke.
San Miguel and Port San Miguel shopping is limited to minimarkets for essential provisions as well as the usual tourist gift shops. Those looking for more variety can take a trip to the interesting market at Es Cana. Popular purchases include leather goods, ceramics, embroidered linens and jewellery.
The restaurants in San Miguel serve mainly traditional food that relies heavily on fish. There are more restaurants down at the port including Port Balansat which claims to be one of the best fish restaurants on the island. A good way to try traditional food is to order tapas when you will be served a medley of bite sized dishes. This is also useful for bridging the sometimes lengthy gap between lunch and dinner.
Children are always made welcome in restaurants and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.