Places to visit in Ibiza Town

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Places to Visit in Ibiza Town

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What travellers are saying

  • bp1974
    2 contributions
    I’m not often moved by landscape and geography but there is something about this place, if you’re open to positive vibes then it’s definitely a place to visit
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • The Flying Spaniard
    Sofia, Bulgaria2,442 contributions
    It is a nice area, full of picturesque streets in an old town environment. I recommend you to visit it after the sun goes down, or it can be especially hot in summer.
    Written 13 August 2021
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  • travelbonkers44
    Dublin, Ireland742 contributions
    It's lovely to just walk around the castle and admire the views. We visited during medieval festival which only added to the charm.
    Written 20 May 2022
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  • 7LAN
    Manchester, UK86 contributions
    Gorgeous family beach and sea that great for swimming. Lots of fish to see in the shallows too. There’s a few restaurants/beach bars for food and drinks plus free car parking at the top. There aren’t masses of sun beds so in the busy holiday period get there before lunch. They cost €10 per item plus €5 pp service charge. We’ll worth a visit for a chilled out day.. Ps There are A LOT of steps down to the beach…and to climb back up!!
    Written 21 July 2021
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  • alain
    Paris, France12 contributions
    very interesting, very lively, we were overhelmed by its mediterranean flair, if you like the nightlife it is a place to be
    Written 3 February 2021
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  • Susan C
    Barnard Castle, UK268 contributions
    Every time we come to Ibiza a visit to Sta Gertrudis is a must. It has over the years become much more upmarket and trendy but it has not been spoilt, with the possible exception that the really interesting auction house with regular viewing days seems to have gone for good and the premises now house classy but expensive ceramics etc. and there are already a lot of this type of shop. There is a lovely little church too.

    Bar Costa is the most famous cafe but for us oldies the seats outside, small low stools are too much for us to manage. Bar Santa Gertrudis next door is a better bet, and though we did not eat there the food we saw looked excellent quality, large portions and really cheap considering the location.
    Written 16 May 2022
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  • Flozza
    Oxford, UK214 contributions
    Out of the 8 days we spent in Ibiza, this was my favourite beach.

    Secluded, quiet, no screaming children (due to the fact it's a pebble beach presumably), a few locals, nice chiringuito, clear water, comfortable beach beds at a reasonable price.

    There were jelly fish, but take your snorkel and avoid them. The snorkelling was so good - we saw a common string ray, and as PADI holders this was quite exciting! There are several rocks you can dive off. No boats.

    The chiringuito was great - delicious, fresh fish, cocktails, cold beers.

    And then at the top of the beach there is the famous abandoned hotel from 1980s. It's now a graffiti artist's backdrop which makes for an epic walk around. Just be careful of the holes in the floor!
    Written 4 August 2021
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  • Mark W
    Leeds, UK116 contributions
    Some interesting finds but layout circuit of the museum took a bit of working out. Room numbers could have been much clearer.
    The guidebook is very detailed with good illustrations.
    The white hats are definitely needed when you explore the underground tombs. Interesting stuff and all for free.
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • Zoë Patrick
    Oldham, UK323 contributions
    Well worth a visit!

    Despite the climb up to the cathedral, the view is worth it ten times over, promise.
    We actually went twice because we didn’t realise the cathedral is closed on Monday’s. You can get a taxi pretty close to the top but it’s easily accessible by walkers too (it’s just EFFORT, especially in the heat!).
    But seriously, get it on your list!
    Written 10 July 2021
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  • mfilcol2014
    Lisbon, Portugal632 contributions
    Beautiful sandy beach surrounded by dunes and pine trees. Free parking (but small). It has a somewhat pretentious Bar (O Chiringuito)
    Walking a little to the right you will find the nudist zone and a little further to the right you will enter the gay zone. Sunbeds and umbrellas available.
    Nice beach, but not for families
    Written 28 July 2021
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  • Arvind Kumar Yerram
    Hyderabad, India1,330 contributions
    This was the closest beach to our stay and was in a walkable distance. A small beach good for peaceful stroll or relaxing. Less crowd even though this is in the city limits. Not too cold during a November evening.
    Written 8 January 2020
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  • Monkey D Jem
    London, UK16 contributions
    A bit a awkward getting there. Just watch out for the sign and from there about 10min walk. Beautiful view.
    Written 10 September 2018
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  • Tripstaker
    County Antrim, UK311 contributions
    This is typical of Ibiza's beautiful white village churches - but head to the overlook round the back for a stunning view of the coast far below. There's no road access to the cove down at Cape Llantrisca. It looks gorgeous. There's usually a cliff path down from right behind the church but the first section has collapsed and it's currently closed. Still nice to have the view though and there's
    a nice local café facing the church.
    Written 23 September 2017
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  • Louisjewell
    Loughborough, UK170 contributions
    beautiful buildings , the long walk from our hotel to Ibiza town . I think would be lovely to stay in this apartment or hotel whatever it is!
    Written 16 April 2017
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  • Neil
    London, UK74 contributions
    A great walk, beautiful winding cobbled streets, its tranquil well worth making the effort, evening is a great time.
    Written 9 September 2018
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