The roads are littered with bars and restaurants with great food and drink. We found ourselves going from bar to bar drinking sangria and eating olives. It's quite a climb to the top but certainly worth it for the views.
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It's worth going early in the day before the crowds and tour groups arrive. The winding streets have great charm and the views of the harbour and coastline from the fortress walls and cathedral precinct are stunning. But it's the old town itself which stars...More
The service was good as was the food. Prices typical for this part of town. BUT tables are about 10cm apart. You have no choice but to be friendly which maybe isn't such a bad thing but I'm beginning to think I'm the only person...More
fantastic history with plenty of information boards as you ascend . Take your time as it can be tiring . Wear sensible shoes as one of our party had leather soles and the cobbles took their toll as they are slippy . You will struggle...More
Admittedly it was mid- September and the hottest part of the day, but we had this time capsule to ourselves. So interesting, unbelievably thick walls, bastions offering fantastic views with updates on revolving boards, so much explore (sadly cathedral was closed), wonderful views over Eivessa...More
Took the local bus from Santa Eulia to The city if Ibiza. (only 2 euro) What a sight, should not be missed. First the port and marina are beautiful, followed by a walk, uphill to the old town and Cathedral, but well worth the effort....More
It's worth a visit even though it's all up hill, I did struggle a bit but I took my time and the view at the top was well worth it.
Beautiful little town! We visited the castle and found lots of small bars and shops owned by the locals around the area ! The views across are so beautiful and the town had lots of cute restaurants and bars! Worth a visit!
Go early in the day wearing good shoes, plus the usual garb, and it's a good idea to take a small bottle of water. Then with a map walk over the drawbridge into the walled city. There are Museums, a Cathedral. And a Church. The...More