This quiet inland village has become one of the most beautiful rural centers of the island. A tradition is maintained by locals and travelers is to eat a salty ham role in one of the many sidewalk cafes. In addition, there are also shops selling handmade, antique shops and restaurants that are known for their avant-garde cuisine products.
Santa Gertrudis is at a crossroads connecting it to Eivissa, Sant Miquel, Sant Llorenç and Sant Mateu. The city center is a Kriche, which was built in 1797. The facade of the church was changed several times, it was just as the bell tower, which was built in the 19th century.
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