Places of interest

The monument to the corsairs
The obelisk that pays tribute to the corsairs is located in the port and is unique in that the only other similar monument in existence is that constructed by the English in [...] LEER MÁS
The fishing wharf
The fishing wharf is located on Avinguda de la Santa Eularia, which runs perpendicular to the old harbour. From here the traditional llaüts (fishing boats) come and go on a daily [...] LEER MÁS
Hotel Montesol
The striking yellow façade of the El Hotel Montesol does not fail to impress. It's cheerful colonial style makes it one of the most representative buildings in the Ibizan [...] LEER MÁS
Es Botafoc lighthouse
Es Botafoc lighthouse, the town's most emblematic beacon, is located at the end of the Paseo Marítimo, next to the dyke that seals the port to the east. It was inaugurated in [...] LEER MÁS
Can Ventosa
Can Ventosa was the first factory for tights and yarn socks. In a modernist style, it was built in 1925 and ended up housing 115 women and a number of men. In 1935, it operated [...] LEER MÁS
Pereira theatre
The Pereira Theatre was spearheaded by the intellectual circles of Eivissa and its construction was completed in 1899. It is the first building erected outside the Barrio de La [...] LEER MÁS
The seafront promenade
Ibiza Town's seafront promenade, or Paseo Marítimo, offers an exceptional panoramic view of the old town, especially from the opposite side of the bay. Having passed the berths [...] LEER MÁS
The hippie monument
This bronze sculpture was inaugurated in the summer of 2016 and can be found at the intersection of Carrer Lluis Tur i Palau and Carrer Guillem de Montgrí, in the harbour area. [...] LEER MÁS
Vara de Rey
Passeig Vara de Rey constitutes both the nerve centre of the town and the border with the La Marina district. At the close of the 19th century it was the starting point for the [...] LEER MÁS
Plaça del Parc
One of the parts of town that remains lively throughout the year is Plaça del Parc, at the foot of the curtain wall linking the Sant Joan and Sant Pere bastions. This area is [...] LEER MÁS
Ses Feixes
In ancient times most of the fruits, vegetables and grain consumed in the town came from the Ses Feixes wetland, an extensive area located behind Talamanca Beach that formerly [...] LEER MÁS
The quays
In former times Avinguda de les Andanes was merely a beach that was home to many ship builders and where fishermen tended to their nets. The port infrastructure was not [...] LEER MÁS
Mercat Vell
With its Greek pavilion like shape, the Mercat Vell stands in front of the Portal de Ses Taules, the main access point to the walls, right in the heart of the Barrio de la Marina. [...] LEER MÁS