Towards the north of the island you’ll find the municipality of San Joan de Labritja with an extension of around 120 square kilometres and from an environmental perspective is the best conserved. It has four areas: Sant Joan de Labritjas, Sant Miquel de Balançat, Sant Vicent de sa Cala, and Sant Llorenç de Balàfia. These small villages bring to light the dispersed character of the Ibizan locals, with an abundance of white houses scattered around the green rural landscapes, where you can find very fertile red soil lands, hidden coves, and crystal clean waters.
The municipality is described by its peaceful and family atmosphere. There are monuments and cultural and historical landmarks of great value.
You’ll be able to notice the traditional Ibizan architecture in many of the houses with wide walls and porches sustained by archways with cobblestone patios. If you have the chance you shouldn’t miss out on some local gastronomy and try a succulent seafood or meat dish.