Ibiza Town is the gem in the island's crown, with legendary nightlife that brings visitors from all over, plus a history and culture that permeates every scenic street. It doesn't have its own beach, but you'll be too preoccupied with sightseeing, shopping, and wining and dining to notice. By day, stroll through the fortified walls of the Dalt Vila old town or along the marina. By night, sleepy Ibiza Town comes alive, so switch your walking shoes for dancing shoes and experience some of Europe's best clubs.
Dalt Vila literally translates to 'upper town', and if you've ever seen a photograph of Ibiza Town from afar, you'll know why. The Dalt Vila is essentially built into and on top of a hillside, and in order to experience it, you have to be ready for a bit of a climb. But trust us when we say this UNESCO World Heritage Site is absolutely worth it.
Cross along the famous drawbridge above the Portal de Ses Taules and you'll be instantly transported back to the time of Ibiza's Roman occupation. The narrow, cobbled lanes, ancient Roman structures and beautiful courtyards are brimming with history.
There are countless restaurants, art galleries and craft stalls manned by talented locals to grab your attention. Up at the top is the Castle of Ibiza, where you'll be treated to stunning views of the island.
Just remember to keep your eyes peeled when exploring these beautiful avenues as walks here are no ordinary stroll. There are hidden details and slices of history on every corner, as well as lots of lizards who call the sun-baked walls home.