Ibiza Ciudad – Eivissa
Eivissa is in the south of the island, this is the administrative center of the island. The historic center is listed by UNESCO
Ibiza is one of the most picturesque city in the Mediterranean area.
The old city wall is surrounded by hosting the magnificent cathedral and the church of Santo Domingo.
The port is located at the bottom of the old city, is the point of service boats to Formentera, Palma, Denia and Barcelona departure. Many restaurants and bars are located near the docks.
Sa Penya is the most distinctive district of Ibiza, which acts as a tangle of streets leading out to the walls of the city, is now the ideal place for a tourist (shops, bars, restaurants …)
The upper town – Dalt Vila
The wall surrounding the city ancient monument is classified since 1942. This wall was built between 1554 and 1585 under Charles Quint orders. This is a hexagonal structure with three doors to enter
The main entrance to the city is the Puerta de Las Tablas, with a drawbridge built in 1585 under Philip II. The other door is intersting Portal Nou outside you can see Mount Mouns, which is the most important necropolis discovered today.
Built during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, which is located on the site of an ancient temple dedicated to Mercury.
The church of Santo Domingo
Built in the late sixteenth century to the Dominican order, is decorated with numerous vaulted ceilings, is also decorated with frescoes and mosaics