Santa Agnes de Corona - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing the small hamlet of Santa Agnes de Corona on Ibiza. The picture shows the back of the church and two of the restaurants at the village crossroads.
Santa Agnes de Corona - FURTHER INFORMATION
Santa Agnes de Corona - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Santa Agnes de Corona' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Santa Agnes de Corona is a small hamlet on the north of Ibiza, close to San Antonio on the road to Sant Mateu. The 'Corona' part of the name comes from the surrounding hills, which look like a crown around the village. San Agnes is set high in the hills of a fertile valley full of almond groves. These almond trees bloom in February and at that time Santa Agnes becomes a focal point of the island, especially during the full moon when visitors descend upon the village from all over the island to see the trees illuminated by the moonlight and the air scented with the flowers.
There are a couple of restaurants at Santa Agnes and a church. The coastline north of here is mostly inaccessible, formed of dramatic, high cliffs. Santa Agnes remains well of the tourist track and worth getting to. In the evenings the village is a relaxing drive from San Antonio through the hills and valleys. The restaurant of Es Cucons, a rural hotel, is well worth visiting.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: Santa Agnes de Corona is about 10km north of Sant Antonio on the PM-812.