Top 3 Experiences
1 Ibiza Town
The port of all ports in Spain!
The port city known as Ibiza Town is the largest and pretiest destination on the island. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza Town boasts a walled fortress as well as cobblestone streets. Locals call the city Eivissa. Ibiza Town is divided into sections: Dalt Vila and Eixample. Perched above the water, Dalt Vila, or Old Town, is the historic area filled with world-class restaurants and a great selection of bars. Below, you’ll find Eixample, or Extension, where most of the newer buildings can be found. While visiting, be sure to check out the Cathedral called Our Lady of the Snows, which offers perhaps the best views in the entire town.
2 Sant Antoni de Portmany
Party early, Party late.
Sant Antoni de Portmany, also known as just San Antonio, is the second largest destination on Ibiza. It is recognized far and wide as one of the top nightlife destinations in Ibiza, and there is no shortage of places to dance and drink until the early hours of the morning. Start the night out on Sunset Strip, where several cafes and bars allow for spectacular views of the sunset. Then, make your way to the West End, where the majority of the nightlife spots are concentrated. If you’re not out too late in the night, you can enjoy days at the beach or strolling along the scenic promenade called the Passeig de ses Fonts.
3 The Cathedral
A secret at the top of the city.
Inside the walls is a steep warren of alleys that you’ll have a lot of fun exploring. These are packed with galleries, boutiques and local amenities like bakeries. Occasionally they’ll open out on to charming old squares like Plaza de Sa Carrosa and Plaza de la Vila.
At the very top of the old city is the cathedral, which sits next to a scenic outlook over the water. Potter around inside for a few minutes to see the gothic gold and silver monstrance, dating to 1399, and the 14th and 15th-century gothic panel paintings.