Ibiza tourism guide Cultural and Natural Island
Welcome to our tour guide of Ibiza focused on cultural and natural tourism, where we will discover the greatest treasures of Ibiza geography.
Although Ibiza night is world famous, the first tourists came looking for the Mediterranean flavor of an authentic paradise. There are many places that occupy this guide of Culture of Ibiza. In only Ibiza we have been traveling every corner of the island for years to show you that we are much more than Sun and party. From archaeological remains to authentic fortresses, unique in the world. The conservation of the Natural and historical patrimony tends to pass unnoticed for the great leisure tourism, but it has been recognized by UNESCO.
Centuries of history. Cultural tourism
The largest of the islands Pitiusas (Isle of Pines) has unknown aspects. Since the first Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, the island of Ibiza has seen as little by little, the different inhabitants who have occupied their lands, have modified their landscape giving rise to the current Ibiza. Along the way, remains of a story that is much to discover.
A commitment to culture
Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Arabs, until the Catalan conquest, made the island of Ibiza an authentic garden in the sea. Salt farms, furnaces, windmills, defense towers, fortified churches and, of No, the Great Wall with its five bastions represent the history of many peoples, many customs and traditions that still survive in the memory of the Ibizan.
Our Cultural Guide by municipalities
Find the most interesting places to visit in the surroundings of your accommodation or organize your visit to make the most of the time.
Ibiza City tour guide
tourism in Ibiza came from the hand of the Sun, the party and the beach. There are countless beaches and coves of Ibiza, some only accessible by boat, which make up the entire expanse of the maritime coastline.
However, the Villa of Ibiza, mainly in its old town, Dalt Vila, accumulates treasures of great beauty and really breathtaking views.
Sant Antoni Tourism Guide
Sant Antoni de Portmany is the closest point of Ibiza to the peninsula. Thanks to its large bay and the facilities it presented as a seaport, fishing was one of its main resources.
Within the municipality we will find places of great interest as Sant Rafael, Santa Inés and Sant Mateu.
Santa Eularia tour guide
We discovered Santa Eularia, a municipality on the east Coast crossed by a small river. Over its mouth are centuries of tradition and beauty, animated by the profile of the Puig de Missa that dominates the region.
In the quietest area we find places like Sant Carles, Santa Gertrudis, Jesús or Puig d’en Valls.
Sant Josep Tourism Guide
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is a village nestled among mountains. Through the road that connects it with Sant Antoni and Ibiza, Sant Josep retains the taste of the white villages that have given fame to the island.
Among its localities we go to Desctacaros Sant Agustí, Es Cubells, Sant Jordi and the beautiful and saline Sant Francesc.
Sant Joan Tourism Guide
Sant Joan de Labritja is located at the north end of the island, in one of the most unspoilt and unknown areas of the island. An orchard that hides surprises in every curve and after every peak you climb.
Thanks to this unexplored beauty we can find rincones like Sant Llorenç, Sant Miquel and Sant Vicent de Sa Cala.
You can not miss in Ibiza
If you don't know where to start, don't miss our recommendations with places that will leave you speechless. We brought them to you in pictures, but you have to feel them.
Both the Enchanted City of Dalt Vila and the surroundings, especially the port area of the city are places that you can not miss. Climb to the wall and discover spectacular views.
A wonderful bridge in a spectacular corner, overlooking Puig de Missa. We recommend a slight walk from the mouth to the bridge, especially if it has rained.
A place full of myths that came through all the cultures of the island. A magic that you can feel as soon as you see is Vedrá between mountains.