Ibiza Town (Eivissa)

Ibiza Town Guide (Eivissa)

Ibiza Town, the largest city on the island and deemed one of Europe’s oldest towns, pulsates with the vibrant essence of island life. Whether indulging in world-renowned dining establishments or immersing oneself in globally iconic clubs, Ibiza Town stands as an essential destination for those discovering the allure of Ibiza.

Renowned for hosting some of the planet’s most celebrated personalities, Ibiza Town is a haven for avid celebrity enthusiasts, with luxurious hotels, Pacha, and the infamous Bora Bora beach, just a 10-minute stroll away.

This captivating town also beckons visitors to revel in its rich cultural legacy. It is divided into the old town and the new town, with the La Marina area and Vara Del Ray guest house nestled in between. Known as Eivissa in Catalan, the official name for Ibiza Town, it boasts a history dating back approximately 2500 years. The Dalt Vila, the old town, has earned UNESCO World Heritage Site status, preserving much of its 1600s architecture and layout. Eivissa still houses the Catalan castle, constructed in 1235, and a Gothic cathedral offering panoramic views from the island’s south to north coast. With its extensive history, Ibiza Town boasts numerous museums, galleries, eateries, and local craft shops.

Navigating the island is a breeze, thanks to the reliable year-round bus service and the immensely popular Discobus connecting Ibiza Town and San Antonio, operating from May to September.

Culture, cocktails, clubs, celebrities, and much more— Ibizatown truly encapsulates the complete Ibiza experience.