A nucleus for the convergence and interchange of numerous cultures – Punic, Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Visigoth, Muslim and Catalan – Ibiza today is known throughout the world for the beauty of the ‘ship of stone’, as poets have been known to call Dalt Vila, the best-preserved walled fortification in the Mediterranean region and a location that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ibiza is also renowned for its privileged natural surroundings and for the millennial swards of Posidonia Oceanica, which were included in the World Heritage declaration as they help maintain the marine ecosystem and ensure both the preservation of the sand on the local beaches and the crystalline transparency of the waters around the Pityusic Islands.
Eivissa is a celebrated tourism destination, and not only for its cultural heritage, but also for the availability of arts, sports, gastronomy, shopping and leisure opportunities for all ages and for a possessing a lively, cosmopolitan ambience that attracts visitors from the world over.
Welcome to Eivissa (Ibiza), a voyage that never ends due to the fact that the town is constantly reinventing itself and never fails to surprise. Eivissa is your home, your dream world, your paradise … a place to which you will always want to return.