Ibiza Town Holidays

Ibiza’s sophisticated capital

The picturesque capital of this pulsating Balearic Island has much more to offer visitors than 24-hour parties. While Ibiza Town holidays have garnered a reputation for hedonism over the decades, the south-coast capital – known locally as Eivissa – is also a hub of art, culture and style.

Holidays to Ibiza Town involve walking the town’s cobbled streets, which are lined with pretty houses, boutiques, cafés and restaurants, while its historic centre is now a Unesco World Heritage Site, encircled by medieval walls. Enter the old town via the Portal de ses Taules gate and climb to the 16th-century fortress for unparalleled views over the Roman acropolis and turquoise Mediterranean Sea. In the evening, opt for a laid-back drink at one of the intimate cafés on the Plaza del Parque or head to the glitzy new marina for some of the best people watching on the island.

Your Ibiza Town questions, answered

S’Estanyol is a secret pebbly cove accessible only by a dirt road. Alternatively, head to Playa d’en Bossa or Cala Bonita for a livelier vibe.
Party season in Ibiza Town starts in late May and lasts until October. For something a little different, visit in December for the town’s beautiful Christmas markets.
Ibiza Town attracts everyone from bohemian travellers and DJs to fashionistas and families, while the picturesque Sa Penya district draws in a lively LGBT+ crowd.

Best things to do in Ibiza Town

View some modern art

The Museu d'Art Contemporani in the old town houses an impressive collection of modern art while also paying tribute to Ibiza’s own flourishing artistic scene.

Hit the town

Head to the marina for a taste of the town’s hedonistic nightlife. Continue the party at Pacha nightclub and keep going into the next morning.

Shop till you drop

You’ll find high-end boutiques at the port and a range of larger chains around the boulevard of Avenida Bartolome Rosello and at Vara de Rey.