Top Attractions in Ibiza
There is more to Ibiza than hot sun, gorgeous Blue Flag beaches, warm turquoise water and the frenetic nightclub scene. Check out some of the islands must-see attractions, including the following.
Wander the cobblestone ramps and narrow lanes of the old walled medieval town, built in 1585 and protected by 22m-high walls that circle a hilltop overlooking the bay. Admire 500-year-old flat-roofed, whitewashed houses covered in colourful bougainvillea flowers.
Stroll splendid promenades offering panoramic sea and town views. Explore the ancient fortress, admire a fascinating collection of Phoenician, Punic and Roman artefacts in the Museu Arqueològic and visit the 13th century Gothic cathedral with its Baroque nave.
Wander Sa Carroza, a long and narrow plaza lined with boutiques and sidewalk cafés and set within the inner and outer walls of D'Alt Vila. Then stroll down Sa Penya, a delightful maze of stone-paved streets that descends to the harbour and is crammed with shops, bars and restaurants.
Cova de Can Marçà
Follow a steep descent down a stairway to discover this amazing display of stalactites and stalagmites in a 100,000-year-old cave. Watch the light and sound show for a memorable surrealistic experience. Cova de Can Marça is located near Port de Sant Miquel (Puerto de San Miguel) on the west coast of Ibiza.
Necropolis of Puig des Molins
Descend a steep stone staircase into a hypogea (burial cavern) at one of the largest and best-preserved ancient burial sites dating from the Phoenician era. The cemetery is located amid olive trees on a hill in Ibiza town.