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The Spanish island of Ibiza has a reputation as Europe’s riotous nightclubbing capital, but it is also alive with cultural and historical riches in places such as Ibiza Town. This Mediterranean port city is the island’s capital, a pretty destination of whitewashed houses, beaches and well-preserved Old Town buildings. Tour an ancient cathedral, venture into burial chambers that are thousands of years old and party at one of the nightclubs.
One of Ibiza Town's biggest attractions is the Dalt Vila, the ancient fortified Old Town perched atop a hill. Explore its cobbled streets leading to centuries-old churches, historical buildings and museums. Tour the 13th-century Catedral de Ibiza and glean insights into the island's history at the Archeological Museum of Ibiza. Enjoy intriguing pieces at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Just outside the fortress walls is the necropolis Puig des Molins. This ancient Phoenician cemetery was established in the 7th century B.C. and contains thousands of tombs. View exhibits of artifacts, such as jewelry, weapons and coins, found in some of the burial chambers.
For shopping, head to La Marina, a popular neighborhood stretching around the harbor. Visit numerous shops as well as waterfront bars and restaurants.
While tourists flock to Ibiza during the summer, the island is a year-round destination with about 300 days of sunshine. Relax on beaches scattered along the local coastline, including Talamanca Beach and Playa d’en Bossa.
Your evenings in Ibiza Town can be as restrained or as exciting as you like. Select a quiet restaurant in the Old Town for a candlelit supper or have a wild evening in one of the clubs, such as Pacha.
Reach Ibiza Town by flying into Ibiza Airport, about 4 miles (6 kilometers) southwest of the capital. Alternatively, catch a ferry from mainland Spain and arrive in the city's port. Get around on foot or by bus, taxi or rental car and enjoy the history, beaches and social scene.
I was not expecting that much from the "all-inclusive" package because typically, they would not put much effort into the food, and perhaps not the best quality. But in this particular case, they exceeded my expectations and the food was at all times very good with a wide range of options to choose ...
Good location, good size pools. Room was clean and tidy and was cleaned daily. Noisy during the evening/early morning as everyone was going out/coming back. Hotel room walls are very thin, could hear the person next door coughing all night! Overall was a pleasant stay :) would return.
Amazing sea view, clean renovated rooms, very friendly staff especially Manuel from pool bar, dinner buffet is great with lots of varieties. VIP amenities were very pleasant
Travelling as a family, the kitchen facilities were extremely useful at this hotel. With a young child who can be fussy about her food and reluctant to walk long distances it was very convenient to be able to eat in the room occasionally. The ground floor pool access room was fantastic because we ...
Lovely hotel, very clean and well maintained. Stylish interiors in the room and in communal areas. Music by the pool was depressing apart from the evening when they had a dj. Location is great for the beach with a nice walk to the Old town or playa den bossa. The room didn't have a full length mirror ...
I booked this hotel because the one I had been to on two previous occasions (Playa Central) was not available. It was a little more expensive but more comfortable.