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Santa Agnès de Corona

Very small town with a landscape that remains unchanged over time.

  • Flores de almendro en los alrededores de Santa Agnés de Corona. Al fondo, el pueblo, con el campanario de la iglesia
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Fachada lateral de la iglesia de Santa Agnès de Corona, con el bar y tienda de comestibles Can Cosmi al fondo
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • La iglesia de Santa Agnès de Corona, en Ibiza, desde la terraza del bar Can Cosmi
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Manfred Postel, artesano del cuero, trabaja en su taller de la plaza de Santa Agnès
    Photo: Xescu Prats
Municipality Sant Antoni de Portmany
Area Santa Agnès

In January and February Pla de Corona becomes a pilgrimage site for many islanders, attracted by the almond trees in full blossom that grow on the plain. Many artists have made a tradition of visiting it in order to immortalise on canvas the magic of this petal mantle, which shines like snow under the stars.

Corona plain, however, is so beautiful that is worth a visit any time of the year. In the middle of the path surrounding it, there is a wood, and farther, the cliffs. On that spot, next to Las Puertas del Cielo inn, there is a spectacular view of Ses Margalides islets. This area is known as Sa Penya Esbarrada, where there also lay the remains of a Muslinm house of the XII century.

The church is most peculiar because it has two entrances, due to a murder that took place at the very entrance of the church. Villagers decided to wall up the bloodstained doorway, and they opened another one onto the square. The old one was re-opened in 1965. Inside, there is a carving of the Virgin of Rosario that was made the same year the temple was finished, in 1812. The artist is unknown.

 
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  • Flores de almendro en los alrededores de Santa Agnés de Corona. Al fondo, el pueblo, con el campanario de la iglesia
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Fachada lateral de la iglesia de Santa Agnès de Corona, con el bar y tienda de comestibles Can Cosmi al fondo
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • La iglesia de Santa Agnès de Corona, en Ibiza, desde la terraza del bar Can Cosmi
    Photo: Xescu Prats
  • Manfred Postel, artesano del cuero, trabaja en su taller de la plaza de Santa Agnès
    Photo: Xescu Prats
How to arrive

To find the village of Santa Agnés you can go from Sant Antoni or Sant Rafel.

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