Ibiza Town is a charming blend of quaint cobbled streets and a vibrant nightlife. Find out where to go during the day and the evening if you're staying in Ibiza Town.
Located in the south of the island, Ibiza Town is especially known for its lively nightlife. That being said, the city has much more to offer tourists and many fascinating places to explore during the day and evening. If you're visiting Ibiza Town, you should consider visiting these two places:
Located in the upper part of the city, the old quarter known as Dalt Vila is surrounded by a wall built in the 16th century to protect the city from pirates and the Ottomans.
The steep, cobbled streets of Dalt Vila invite you to take a peaceful walk past charming whitewashed houses until you reach the highest part, where you can enjoy exceptional views. You'll also find a lot of lovely restaurants in this area.
Dalt Vila has many interesting and beautiful monuments such as its 13th-century Cathedral, the Plaza de la Vila square, the bastions of the wall (where you can enjoy great views), the 16th century Church of Santo Domingo and the Town Hall, located in an old Dominican Convent.
The best time to visit Dalt Vila is at night when temperatures drop and the streets are less busy.
Port of Ibiza
The port area is full of bars and restaurants and shops stay open until midnight, making it one of the liveliest areas on the island. The bars in the port are a great place to start for a night out. You'll find many offers on drinks and a vibrant atmosphere.
Figueretas (838 m) Pacha Ibiza (1.4 km) Talamanca (2.2 km) Ushuaia Beach Hotel (3.5 km)