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Ibiza Town (Eivissa)

Eivissa (Ibiza Town) is the capital of Ibiza and should be a definite, at least, day trip for any visitor to the White Isle.

Centrally located on the eastern coast of the island, travelling to Formentera and the north is easy from here as boats and transport links are in abundance. The town is split into the old town (Dalt Vila) and the new town, what lies in-between is the stunning La Marina area and Vara del Ray. 

There is plenty to see and do in Eivissa, be it sight see, shop or eat in one of the lovely restaurants. There are many luxury hotels to chose from, however the fincas and agroturismos are further out of the town. 

As though slipping into another world, a walk through Sa Penya, the old fishing quarter still ripe with activity, is a truly Spanish experience. Complimented by a stroll around the cobbled maze of Ibiza town, or a wonder through the flurry of street sellers and entertainers, here you will find the heart of the Island. 

A moment’s walk, however, puts you into the centre of modern Ibiza. Full of popular bars, restaurants and designer shops, Ibiza is a town ripe with activity and entertainment.

Culture of Eivissa:

Dalt Vila - Its formidable, floodlit, 16th-century bastions visible from across southern Ibiza, Dalt Vila is a fortified hilltop first settled by the Phoenicans and later occupied by a roster of subsequent civilisations. 

Tranquil and atmospheric, many of its cobbled lanes are accessible only on foot. It's mostly a residential area, but contains moody medieval mansions and several key cultural sights. 

Enter via the Portal de Ses Taules gateway and wind your way uphill: all lanes lead to the cathedral-topped summit.

Where to eat:

Mar a Vila - Venture into the main city in Ibiza for a candid glimpse of life on the White Island far removed from the super club streets of San Antonio. Here you will find Mar a Vila, a well-renowned name in the area for serving high-quality tapas and pintxos (or small skewered snacks). 

La Bodega is the perfect place to enjoy scrumptious tapas and some good wine in a buzzzing and authentic setting.

Inspired by the spirit of the island they embraced a philosophy that connects Ibicenco Modesty and Mediterranean freedom resulting in an unpretentious eatery known for its quality food and friendly service that has become a favourite amongst locals and Ibiza regulars.

Things to do:

Ibiza food tours - Explore the sights, sounds and tastes of Ibiza town with our unique walking tour.

Ibiza has a rich history with food, influenced by different cultures over of 1000s of years. What better way to experience this than to taste it?

Aqua bus Formentera - Whilst visiting Ibiza, take some time to experience the paradise of Formentera, with its famous Playa de ses Illetes, crowned the sixth best beach in the world by TripAdvisor.