San Lorenzo, Ibiza

January 19th, 2009 - 1:13 pm Posted in ibiza, san lorenzo | Comments (0)

san lorenzo, ibizaSan Lorenzo in Ibiza is an ancient Moorish settlement between Santa Eulalia and Santa Gertrudis dominated by its imposing church and a few surrounding watch towers.

There are a few houses here, but a bar and restaurant serve as the best excuses to stop – as does the rather lovely picnic and barbecue area above the hamlet.

This unusual arrangement is popular with locals as a spot where you can turn up with your own food and drink, and find everything else laid on by the local authorities.

We’re talking everything from ready built barbecues to dry wood and covered eating areas replete with rustic tables and benches.

You won’t believe the amenities until you stumble across this unique facility.

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