Ibiza tourist information.
Ibiza is surrounded by beautiful seas, rich in good weather, mountains and valleys. Ibiza entices adventure and exploration for all ages, interests and experience. Everyone knows what Ibiza’s all about at night. Since the 90s, Ibiza has been a mecca for partygoers due to its super-clubs and beach bars, but the island also has an absolutely beautiful coastline with dozens of tiny coves to discover, not to mention some of the most stylish hotels in the Mediterranean. Exploring Ibiza in autumn and winter, you get much more of an idea of real life in Ibiza, particularly if you delve into the island’s rich history too.
In 1999, UNESCO declared parts of Ibiza World Heritage Sites, including the remains of the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, the Phoenician-Punic cemetery of Puig des Molins and the beautiful old town Dalt Vila. In the city of Ibiza, visitors will find Santo Domingo’s church, the landlords’ houses, the cathedral, the Curia’s house, the Renaissance walled premises, the Archaeology Museum, the Castle, the Modern Art Museum of Ibiza and the Necrópolis Púnica del Puig des Molins, amongst some other interesting spots. Sant Josep de sa Talaia has a great deal of heritage.