The Balearic Island of Ibiza may have a reputation for lively Mediterranean nightlife, but there is more to this sun-kissed, pine-clad island than meets the eye. Off Ibiza’s beaten track you’ll find quiet villages, rural hotels, hidden hamlets, yoga retreats hushed churches, and glorious beaches – from Platja d'en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops, to quieter sandy coves backed by evergreen hills.
The island’s capital, Ibiza Town – Eivissa in Catalan – has a superb Old Town. The 16th century walls and ramparts of Dalt Vila, now a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site, surround tight and intriguing cobbled streets.[ReadMoreMob] The main entrance, Portal de Tablas, passes into a courtyard leading to the main square, which is home to wonderfully-peaceful restaurants, tiny boutiques and family-owned cafés and bars.
Ibiza Old Town (Dalt Vila)
The fortified acropolis of Dalt Vila remains one of the most picturesque old towns in Spain, packed with exceptionally well-preserved remnants of the Catalans, Arabs and Phoenicians and of the Renaissance.
Cruises to Ibiza
Corinth Canal & Ancient Greece • M2212
- Sail the extremely narrow Corinth Canal
- Discover the archaeological site of Olympia
- Explore the Acropolis & Parthenon in Athens
Corinth Canal and Greek Islands • M22CC
- Sail through the narrowing cliffs of Greece’s remarkable Corinth Canal
- Uncover the captivating sights and sites of Greek islands
- Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean magic of stunning cities in Spain