Jesus, Ibiza

December 30th, 2008 - 2:05 pm Posted in ibiza, jesus | Comments (0)

jesus, ibizaSeparated from nearby Ibiza town by the, now threatened, marshland of “Ses Feixes”, Jesus is actually part of the municipality of Santa Eulalia.

This small but busy little village is home to one of the island’s greatest art treasures a 16th Century altar screen of “The Virgin and Child”.

This is remarkable in that it has survived the invasions of the past 500 years intact! The village itself seems to attract more traffic than almost anywhere else on the island, for no obvious reason except that the surrounding hills groan under the weight of villas built to enjoy the iconic view of the nearby old town of Ibiza.

In the summer, Bon Lloc tends to be the favourite morning haunt of the club crowd going home north…

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