San Agustin

San Agustin

A tiny, charming town located midway between San Antonio and San José. It is one of the island's best-preserved settlements, a slice of old Ibiza, and a pretty peaceful one at that. It is part of the Municipality of San José, and the Balearic Islands Heritage Law designated it as a Historical Set years ago. You will surely get awestruck by the place’s picture-postcard beauty. It is undoubtedly one of Ibiza's most picturesque settlements.

Don't Miss These Places in San Agustin

  • Platges de Comte
  • Cala Bassa
  • Chimichurri Restaurant

Things to do in San Agustin

Beach Visits

Platges de Comte and Cala Bassa are two of the numerous pristine beaches near San Agustin. Cala Conta is one of the nicest beaches on the island, with spectacular views of the little islands dotting the shoreline, stunning blue seas, and various different spots to explore. There are two beach sections, one with a rocky shoreline and the other with sand dunes. The shallow water is as clear as a swimming pool and is safe for youngsters.

Cala Bassa Beach, another beach in the area, is regarded as one of Spain's top beaches. It is well-known for its tranquil turquoise waters. The waves softly wash to shore and break on the stunning white-sand beaches, which can be seen from a catamaran. The location is well-known for its vibrant atmosphere and wonderful tourists from all over the world.


Jet skiing, banana boat excursions, parasailing, snorkelling, kite surfing, and scuba diving are just a few of the water sports available to tourists. There are also several boat tours available from San Antonio.

Parasailing is available at adjacent San Antonio along the San Antonio Bay, where visitors may enjoy the resort's coves, beaches, and stunning views from a parachute at any height up to 400 meters. Another popular water activity is the Twister Jet, which might be compared to a sea roller coaster.


Chimichurri Restaurant, one of the known dining places in San Agustin, flaunts a great outdoor space, excellent wines, and a wide selection of beers from all around the world. The restaurant has a wonderful garden eating area to the back, which is often busy in the summer with diners from all over the world as well as locals, so reservations are always recommended. People come from all over the island to sample the island's famed smoked grilled meats, such as entrecote, chuletón, and the increasingly popular Argentinian cut entrada. Breaded pork escalopes, Texas-style ribs, chicken or lamb brochette kebabs, and German sausages are just a few of the famous foods available on the island. There's also a terrific selection of salads and appetizers, including deep-fried shrimp and pimientos de padrón.


San Agustin is one of the island's tiniest, most beautiful, and most well-preserved settlements. It is particularly well-known for the numerous villas for sale and rent in the neighbourhood. The community is located between San Jose and San Antonio and is near to a variety of beautiful beaches. San Agustin's town centre is perched on a hilltop and provides stunning views of the surrounding pine trees, as well as excellent cuisine, local taverns, and stores. Villas in this area are ideal for holidaymakers seeking comfort and peace.


The village centre, the church and nearby unique buildings in San Agustin are considered Historical Sites. In 2019, the church of San Agustin will mark its 200th anniversary. Its history is full of problems and difficulties that stretch back to 1788, the year the first stone was put, and was placed in a different location than the one presently occupied by the structure, indicating its earliest idiosyncrasy. The classic residences that line the streets leading up to the church and throughout the hamlet are a sight to behold. When you see their distinctive chimneys and perfectly kept hedges, it's almost like walking into a wonderland.


San Agustin has few shops, though there is a small grocery store that sells drinks and snacks, as well as a modest tobacconist. However, there is a multitude of retail opportunities in adjacent communities.