If you’re spending your holiday in Santa Eulalia then you should definitely take a trip to the island’s capital, Ibiza Town. It’s an enchanting city with whitewashed and typically Mediterranean buildings, charming restaurants and cafés, as well as buzzing bars and clubs. There’s a bohemian vibe all around as Ibiza is famed for its hippy markets, plus life is relaxed and easy-going.
A must-go place when visiting Ibiza is Dalt Villa, the old town of Ibiza. This UNESCO-listed town is coated with history from the cathedral at the top to the 3000 year old wall surrounding the whole area. You’ll also get some breath taking views over the rest of Ibiza from the top too. It’s mostly a residential area and with many of its cobbled pavements and lanes accessible only by foot you can get a real feel of what it’s like to live amongst this town.
If you haven’t quite got your fill of history, there are also museums of artefacts and art galleries that you can visit which are quite popular amongst those seeking a piece of Ibiza’s culture. If you’re looking for somewhere with plenty of atmosphere, then the Plaça des Parc is a great choice. This square is packed with cafés, bars and restaurants so pull up a chair and watch the world go by.