Eivissa/Ibiza is also the island capital’s name. There are many different spots to visit within the city, museums, parks, shopping areas, the nice and fancy promenade and of course its centre piece, ‘Dalt Vila’, UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ‘Old Town’ has become, in the past years, a great spot for different events, from jazz to rock music, from the Medieval era to the 60’s. A great place to wonder around its narrow streets, to enjoy some of its most unique restaurants but above all a great place to experience the local architecture, art and traditions.

The city of Ibiza lays on an area of 11 square kilometres with three beaches: Ses Figueretes, Talamanca and Platja d’en Bossa. The port of Eivissa, situated in a natural bay, where the first settlers left their mark, is the main sea access to the city as well as the main gateway to the island of Formentera.

Near the old town and inside its walls you can experience art in many different ways. Modern art or history museums are a must in order to get to know more about the culture and the city’s rootes.