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A walk-through Ibiza town with 5 stops

Any trip to Ibiza must include at least one afternoon while strolling through the streets and historical centre of Ibiza town, especially if it’s the first time you visit the island. Museums, viewpoints, churches, manor houses and other places of interest can be seen both in La Marina neighborhood and Dalt Vila, the walled center declared World Heritage by UNESCO. From the hotel Anfora we recommend at least one visit to Ibiza during your holiday, one of the Mediterranean cities with plenty of character.


How to get to Ibiza town?

By bus: During the tourist season, Es Canar is connected to Ibiza through the regular bus lines 13 and 18, these routes are combined during the most part of the day so you don’t have to change in Santa Eulària des Riu.

By taxi: The taxi fare between Ibiza and Es Canar is roughly €25 to €30 each way, and is charged by a meter.

By car: Ibiza is 19,5 km from Es Canar. There is a big paying car park near the port (entrance through Pere Francés street).

What to see in Ibiza?

  • 1. Necropolis de Puig des Molins

One of the most important Mediterranean archaeological sites of its type. You can also visit the archaeological museum, where necklaces, pots, amulets, coins and other Phoenician, Punic and Roman objects are exhibited. 31 Via Romana.

  • 2. Paseo de Vara Del Rey

The emblematic traffic free boulevard of the city. Amongst the buildings, we highlight the mythical hotel Montesol, declared as Asset of Cultural Interest, that now belongs to the Hilton chain. Parallel to Paseo Vara del Rey, you’ll find the lively Plaza del Parque, one of the liveliest spots in Ibiza all year round, thanks to its charming restaurants and cafes.

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  • 3. La Marina

The ancient fishermen’s neighborhood is one of the liveliest spots of the island during summer. You’ll find numerous restaurants, cafes and boutiques. It’s here where Plaza de la Constitución is located, offering an excepcional view over Dalt Vila and the cathedral. Stop for a break in one of the terraces and spy the stalls of the Mercat Vell, the ancient city market.

  • 4. Dalt Vila

The Portal de ses Taules is one of the four access gates to the walled center of the city, declared World Heritage by UNESCO and one of the best preserved renaissance fortresses in the Mediterranean. Don’t miss the bulwark of Santa Llucía, calle Major (Major street), the Cathedral square and the walk along the walls. If you end up with some time left if it’s not your first time in Dalt Vila, we recommend a visit to the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Ibiza (Ibiza’s Museum of Contemporary Art), the Museo Puget (c/ Sant Ciriac) and the interesting Madina Yabisa interpretation center.

  • 5. The port

Enjoy a very pleasant walk along the port until the end of the breakwater. You’ll see luxurious yachts and find numerous bars and restaurants where you can have dinner or just a drink. Don’t forget taking a photo in the port’s new view point that offers a great panoramic view of Dalt Vila.

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