The capital of the most famous island of the Mediterranean, Ibiza (Eivissa) is a city that combines all kinds of people, landscapes, atmospheres, flavours and scents.
As small as it may seem, there is space for everything, as this city has witnessed a multitude of cultures and people who have passed through the island, and each has left their footprint, making the place the mosaic that it is today. If you wish to discover the highlights of Ibiza, take a walk and discover what the main quarters and parts of the city have preserved: the walled town of Dalt Vila, the fishing district of La Marina, the commercial area of S’Alamera and the Plaza del Parque, the tourist area of Figueretas, the beach of Talamanca and the cosmopolitan Seafront Promenade.
If there is a must-visit place in Ibiza, it is of course the heritage city of Dalt Vila, with its impressive walled area, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. This distinction recognises the historic, cultural and architectural value of the best preserved coastal fortress in the Mediterranean. The historic place is filled with cobbled streets, squares, museums and monuments, such as the Santa María Cathedral, the castle and the strongholds. A walk through Dalt Vila allows you to enjoy the impressive beauty of the ramparts and the incredible views of the city and the sea.