Beds:3Baths:2Año de construcción:2008Sqm:200 m²Pool:YesWifi:YesA/C:YesNearest beach:Playa de EmbossaNearest town:Ibiza
In Terrenalia it is sold in the olimpo park urbanization in san jordi, a magnificent ground floor, with constructed area of 200 m2, of which 100 m2, and 100 m2 of terraces. Compounds: 3 large bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 1 toilet, pool, storage room. very quiet and most requested area of Ibiza.
Year of construction 2008. The Community is paid: € 140 quarterly.
History of San Jordi.
Sant Jordi is the most industrial town of the municipality of Sant Josep. Its proximity to the airport and the ring road of the capital have led to multiple distribution and services companies aligning in the entrance and exit of the town and also that the urban center grows notably, converted into a residential area of hundreds of Ibicencos who work in the capital . Thus, it has more shopping areas, restaurants, bars and services than the other towns the municipality, although at the cost of having lost its atmosphere of old town.
Even so, it is a good place to shop and, above all, it is essential to visit its majestic fortified church (15th century), the best preserved of the four on the island, surrounded by a patio full of flowers and palm trees that the they embellish, if possible, even more. The coquettish cemetery of the town stands beside it.
Estanques de Ses Salines, in the surroundings of Sant Jordi (Ibiza)
As soon as you cross Sant Jordi, on your way to the airport, you will see the racecourse, right at the Ses Salines roundabout. The building itself does not have the slightest interest. However, every Saturday morning, it hosts a popular market with a much more open spirit than those of Las Dalias or Punta Arabí. Anyone, for a small fee, can put the car and start selling what he likes. Above all you will find second hand items, antiques, crafts, some clothes and colorful people.
In the surroundings you will find fantastic coves, such as those located in the Natural Park of Ses Salines, Platja d’en Bossa or Es Bol Nou, in the area of Sa Caleta.
By Xescu Prats