Sant Agusti is one of the best preserved villages on the island. Nothing seems to alter its simple and beautiful architecture. Around the main square you will fin a church, a stone tower, and the traditional casas payesas. If you walk up the hill, you will be able to admire the nature surroundings, popular of their grapevines that produce a fruity home-made red wine of excellent quality.
There are many unspoilt beaches in the area as Playa de Comte and Cala Bassa.
The small church was inaugurated in 1806 and is peculiar for facing only the West instead of the South. The reason was that two different families demanded that the church would be set on their land. In the end, the problem was solved by building the church between both lands, facing both land-owners’ homes.