The largest city on the island, and thought to be one of the oldest towns in Europe, Ibiza Town is bursting with the best of island life. From eating in world-famous restaurants to hitting some of the most iconic clubs not just on the island, but in the world, Ibiza Town is a must-see for those exploring and experiencing Ibiza.
Ibiza Town is known to be a firm favourite when it comes to hosting some of the most famous faces on the planet. It’s a haven for keen celeb-spotters, from the luxury hotels to Pacha and the notorious Bora Bora beach, just 10 minutes’ walk away.
Ibiza Town also invites visitors to celebrate its rich cultural heritage. The town is divided into the old town and the new town, with the La Marina area and Vara Del Ray guest house nestled in the middle. Eivissa, the Catalan name for Ibiza Town and its official name, dates back around 2500 years and the old town, the Dalt Vila, has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Much of the architecture and layout of the area has remained untouched since it was built in the 1600’s and Eivissa is still home to the Catalan castle, built in 1235, as well as a Gothic cathedral that boasts views over the coastline from the south to the north of the island. Unsurprisingly with its long history, Ibiza Town also has many museums and galleries as well as eateries and gift shops selling crafts made by local people.
It’s easy to get around the island thanks to the year-round reliable and regular bus service, as well as the hugely popular Discobus between Ibiza Town and San Antinio which runs from May to September.
Culture, cocktails, clubs, celebs and much much more, Ibiza Town has it all.