Ibiza City Eivissa (Dalt Vila) Holidays & Travel Guide – Top Things to Do & See + Insider Advice

Last Updated on March 28, 2021

The city of Ibiza (Eivissa) is the capital of Ibiza island with its walled area declared UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the south of Ibiza, in the municipality of Ibiza (Vila).

Ibiza city houses the main institutions of the island and offers all the necessary tourist services for the holidaymakers on their Ibiza holidays. The neighbourhood of La Marina, the Paseo de Vara de Rey and la Plaza Vila are the most popular focal points of the city.

Ibiza city also hosts popular museums such as Archaeological Museum and the Contemporary Art Museum as well as many historical sites such as the necropolis of Puig des Molins.

Talamanca and Ses Figueretes, are the popular holiday resorts of the municipality of Ibiza.

Things to Do & See in the Ibiza city, Eivissa Ibiza…

Things to do and see in the Ibiza city are endless. Dalt Vila (The Castle), Ibiza Old Town, the Necropolis of Puig des Molins, Ibiza City Center, the Port of Ibiza and La Marina district and the Yaching Marina are the other attractions and sights in Ibiza city.

The popular beaches in Ibiza city include; Talamanca and Ses Figueretes beaches.

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Popular Attractions & Sights in Ibiza city, Eivissa Ibiza for you…

Dalt Vila (The Castle)

Dalt Vila is the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a miniature castle that protects the Ibiza bay. The wall of the renaissance era is formed by seven bulwarks. The Sant Pere, also known as Es Portal Nou is one of the entry points to Dalt Vila. Portal de Ses Taules is the other entrance to Dalt Vila where visitors may see spectacular weapons courtyard and also la Plaza de Vila, full of great restaurants, art galleris and craftwork shops. The bulwark of Santa Lucia houses the original gunpowder store dating back to 18th century. Than you arrive to the town hall of Ibiza and see the cathedral.

Ibiza Old Town

The Old Town of Ibiza is lovely with its narrow streets, artisans’ shops, art galleries, restaurants, hotels, historical places, Archaeological Museum, the chapel of San Ciriao, the church of Santo Domingo and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Plaza de la Vila, Plaza de Sa Carrosa and Calle de la Virgen are the popular lively streets of the Ibiza Old Town.

The Necropolis of Puig des Molins

The Necropolis of Puig des Molins is a historical site that was used as a cemetery for more than 1000 years. It also possesses 3500 subterranean burial chambers. The area forms part of the elements declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ibiza City Center

Center of the city of Ibiza is worth a see and walking along the central zones of Paseo de Vara de Rey or Plaza del Parque is a great attraction. The area is full of bars and shops. There is also a taxi rank and the bus stop for buses going all over the island.

The Port of Ibiza & La Marina district

The port of Ibiza is the point of boats coming and also one the places that the majority of business and leisure activities take place. There is an obelisk that was placed in 1906 for the memory of the brave corsairs who have risked their lives in the Mediterranean waters to save the island. La Marina district is situated beside the port. The streets of La Marina is very lively during day with travellers who are shopping, visiting museums or enjoying the day at the terraces of the bars. And by night, travellers may find variety of great bars, restaurants and terraces.

Yachting Marina

The yachting marina is located through the La Marina district and within an easy access by walking. The yachting marinas of Marina Botafoch and Ibiza Nueva are popular marinas where big cruise ships dock.