Remains from the past, which tell us stories from long ago. Ibiza is dotted with numerous monuments, some of which are many centuries old!
Inside it preserves the remains of only two paintings existing in the Pitiusas islands (Ibiza and Formentera), discovered by the abbot H. Breuil in 1917 and possibly dating from the Punic period
The chapel that housed inside is considered by many historians as the oldest of Ibiza, and the truth is that the Cave of Santa Agnès has history but is also a place of legend
Situated on a peninsula between the beach and Mount des Codolar Des Jondal, in this Phoenician settlement are the archaeological remains of the oldest town of the island, founded in the eighth century BC
Its foundation dates back to 1599, when four devout women of the village community life began with the intention of founding a monastery
This is a set of great historical value protected by the Heritage Act of the Balearic Islands and one of the most unique and emblematic of Sant Antoni, both for its history and ethnological and cultural elements it contains
Hidden among forests we find this breathtaking enclave of archeology pitiusa dedicated to the goddess Tanit, linked to fertility and fortune
The origins of this historical site dating back to the V century and lasted until the seventh century. A team of archaeologists led by Carlos Roman Ferrer discovered the Punic necropolis in 1917, which today are visible ten tombs carved in rock
Like many other places in the city, we found a large number of burials at this site. It is almost forty tombs dated II-III centuries A.D., all conducted under the rite of burial of the dead
Sant Pere's bulwark contains casemates where diverse explanatory audiovisuals are projected on the subject of the construction of the Renaissance walls surrounding Dalt Vila, a veritable outdoor museum World Heritage by UNESCO in 1999.
The agreement signed in 1234 by the conquerors of the Pityuses, Guillermo de Montgrí, Peter of Portugal and Nunó Sanç, fixed the construction of a parish dedicated to Saint Mary as one of the first obligations in Vila Eivissa
The Sant Jaume Bulwark is part of museum facilities Dalt Vila and is managed from the interpretive center Yabisa Madina