Ibiza - Eivissa
With its famous historical upper town, Eivissa, not only is the cultural
centre of the island, in its streets tourists & visitors find many enchanting
corners and places worth visiting.
It is recommended to island visitors to take advantage of a day of rest, also
when just on a brief stop in Ibiza, to take the opportunity to widen their
cultural horizons by walking the narrow, winding streets of Dalt Vila, still
breathing the atmosphere of the Middle Ages, with on top, breathtaking views
over the old town and the town's port area.
Some streets and avenues contain a large number of different types of shops.
One can find all sorts of products in Ibiza's Port area: Marina Botafoc, as well
as on the avenues España, Isidoro Macabich, Bartolomé Roselló and Ignacio
Wallis, the main arteries of the town.
The maritime docks and its proximities, situated in the port of Ibiza, are the
entrance to the island for thousands of tourists, who upon arrival come across
one of the most popular areas of the town.
The bustling port offers its visitors a never ending string of bars, clubs,
restaurants and small shops to pop into.
In the little pedestrian streets of the Marina, one finds a large selection of
souvenirs, clothes, fashion items and objects.
The tourists, as well as the residents of Eivissa, like promenading around los
Andenes, the plaza de sa Terulia or the plaza de sa Riba, while enjoying an
ice-cream, gazing at the luxury yachts berthed there, window-shopping or meeting
someone they know.
At night Ibiza Town becomes even more animated thanks to drag queens, street
artists, promotional parades for the discotheques and the original individuals,
who've made the night ambiance of Ibiza's port famous all over Europe.