Eivissa has quite a rich history going back around 2500 years, which makes it one of the oldest towns within Europe – did you know that? We’ve put together a list of the must-see places, so get reading and plan your day around what you prefer best!
The Dalt Vila is the Old Town of Eivissa and absolutely cannot be missed. In fact, it’s so iconic that even UNESCO has classified it as a World Heritage site, what’s more convincing than that? There’s undeniable charm that’s filled through the cobbled streets, you’ll see both tourists and residents while exploring this area. Once you reach the top of Dalt Vila, you’ll have a great view over Eivissa and can see Las Salinas beach as well as the tiny island of Formentera. Everything about this place feels picture perfect, the colours, the sea, and the warm sun shining down on you – enjoy the feeling and the views while you’re there, because who knows when you’ll see it again!
It’s always good to add a little history to any trip, right? The Cathedral is located at the top of Dalt Vila so you can visit both places right after each other. Read more about its history in our article on Ibiza’s Architectural Landmarks.
A little beach never hurt no body! We’ve mentioned Las Salinas several times in our articles, it really is one of the prettiest beaches Ibiza has to offer! Head on over to our article for all the necessary info you need to know before heading to this beach.
Necropolis of Puig des Molins
Puig des Molins is an ancient cemetery with origins from 600BC, which makes it the largest necropolis in the world. You can find up to 4,000 tombs coming from all over the Mediterranean. You can also find a museum which holds random artifacts discovered in this cementary. Check it out – seems quite spooky!
Address: Via Romana, 31, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears
For a pick me up, head over to Cafe Montesol, one of Ibiza’s oldest hotel & cafés. There’s great coffee, food, drinks and a bubbly atmosphere – whether you’re visiting in summer or winter. It’s definitely one of Ibiza’s coolest architectural buildings, which makes it a sight of its own to see. We’ve also written about what you can expect to find in this cafe in our brunch article, have a read and learn about some of the yummiest places to eat!
Address: Passeig de Vara de Rey, 2, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears
In case you wanted to sit at a more quaint and less posh café, then try Croissant Show. The owner is lovely and quite a character, he loves meeting the customers and making sure you enjoy your time there. There’s plenty of yummy little treats such as cakes, croissants (of course), teas, coffee, juices, etc.
Address: Plaça de la Constitució, 2, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears, Illes Balears