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Ibiza city

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Ibiza city

In Ibiza, nature, culture, art, design and lots of fun await you. Its picturesque urban beaches contrast with the beauty and rural air of its nature.

If during your beach vacation, you feel like discovering the historical center where the Ibiza lifestyle originated, take advantage of our daily departures on Santa Eulalia Ferry. We have daily departures from Es Canar, passing through Cala Pada, Santa Eulalia and Cala Llonga. Don't miss it, you can book online from our website.

In Ibiza town you can notice the cultural heritage of the many civilizations that settled here historically. Carthaginians, Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs? A great example of this is the wall of Dalt Vila, the cathedral or the necropolis of Puig des Molins, which is why Ibiza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A visit to the cathedral entering from the old market is enough to understand the cultural richness of this island. Get ready for a unique walk through the gate of Ses Taules, where you enter the interior of the wall. The narrow white streets, the cobblestone floors and the different bastions offer you an authentic and unique view of Ibiza. Adjacent to the wall, the marina district is dotted with narrow streets full of stores with unique fashion collections not found anywhere else in the world, recognized worldwide by many of the great fashion icons. Here you can find custom-made leather sandals or clothing brought from Bali or California paired with local designer creations. You will also find several clothing stores of the well-known Ibizan adlib fashion, dress in white in stores like Bamba Adlib or Pepa Bonett. It is also worth visiting the traditional hippy market, which is set up every afternoon on the seafront.

The gastronomic offer of the city of Ibiza is immense, you have at your disposal a multitude of restaurants of international gastronomy, experimental and traditional fusion cuisine. Some of the best chefs in the world have established their restaurants here. The Adriá brothers, Paco Roncero or Sergi Arola are some of the international chefs based in Ibiza. Even so, there is still room for more traditional places with local food, such as Comidas Bar San Juan or the restaurant Can Costa.

If you are looking for leisure for the whole family, Ibiza can offer you a lot of options. From long and fine sandy beaches such as Playa d'en Bossa, Ses Salines, Talamanca beach or Aguamar, the water park located in Playa d'en Bossa where you can enjoy a family day full of excitement.

And to talk about Ibiza is to talk about its nightlife. Pacha, Heart, El Lío or a large number of small bars, pubs and terraces make up the Ibizan nightlife. Again in the area of the marina you will find a terrace for dinner and a drink in a long after-dinner conversation. Like the Can Pou Bar, a place of local atmosphere with food, drinks and live music jams. The night continues to get lost in one of the many terraces scattered throughout the old town and head, after midnight, to one of its famous clubs can be the perfect plan for a great night out with friends.