Lying next to Ibiza's city walls and the old part of the city, not only the Puig des Molins necropolis, but also the ... More
Yacimiento Fenicio de Sa Caleta
Lying next to Ibiza's city walls and the old part of the city, not only the Puig des Molins necropolis, but also the Phoenician site Sa Caleta, which is unique in the world, have been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. This is a settlement including houses, workshops and stores of which only the outer walls remain. The site is protected by a fence, and it is believed that part of the land has been eroded by the sea and a large part of the settlement has been lost. According to the latest theories, the inhabitants of the settlement abandoned it to build a new one in what is now Dalt Vila. The site is easy to reach by car by taking the signposted turning to Sa Caleta on the road between San Jorge and the airport.
Ibiza's salt flats are among the most beautiful areas on the island. Located between San Jorge and the Ses Salines
beach, they are part of a nature reserve where several species of animals live. One of the ends of ...
The high altar of this church was destroyed during the Civil War. It has been replaced by a replica that
was made using the documentation available to make it as close to the original as possible. The church was ...
Since it opened, Los Jardines de Palerm has become one of the symbols of good taste on Ibiza. Located outside
San Jose, in the south of the island, it is an exclusive hotel with only 9 rooms, including a ...