Ibiza City - Eivissa
Eivissa is situated at the south of the island, this is the administrative center of the island. The historic center is classified by the Unesco.
Eivissa is one of the most picturesque city of the mediterranean area.
The old city surrounded with wall is the host of the magnificent cathedral and the Santo Domingo church.
The harbor is situated at the bottom of the old city, it is the departure point of boat services to Formentera, Palma, Denia and Barcelona. Many restaurants and bars are situated near the piers.
Sa Penya is the most characteristic district of Eivissa, it acts as a tangle of streets carrying out towards the walls of the city, it is today the place dreamed for a tourist (shops, bars, restaurants...)
The high city - Dalt Vila
The surrounding wall of the city is classified ancient memorial since 1942. This wall was built between 1554 and 1585 under Charles Quint orders. This is an heptagonal structure with three doors to get in.
The main entry to the city is Las Tablas Gate, with a drawbridge built in 1585 under Philippe II. The other intersting gate is Portal Nou were you can see Puig de Mouns, wich is the most important necropolis discovered today.
Built during the XIII and XIV centuries, it is situated on the place of a former temple dedicated to Mercury.
The Santo Domingo church
Built towards the end of XVI century for the Dominicans orders, it is decorated with numerous roofs in dome, it is also decorated with frescoes and with mosaics