Located in the area of Sant Joan, Balàfia is a rural settlement with dwellings and defence towers dating from the time of Moorish rule and where the atmosphere is still reminiscent of the Ibiza of that age.
Sant Joan de Labritja
DALT VILA WALLS
The old town walls, begun in the 16th century as a defence against attacks by the Turks, took forty years to build. They enclose an important historical legacy, declared a World heritage Site. The main entrance gateway is the Portal de Ses Taules.
ES SAVINAR TOWER
Old defence tower overlooking the islets of Es Vedrà and Es Venadrell and half way between Es Cubells and Cala d'Hort, it rises to 200 metros above sea level. It is well preserved and offers incredible views.
Es Trui de n´Andreu Museum
Private traditional house
Sant Carles Peralta
Santa Eulària des Riu
Ethnological Museum of Eivissa
The museum has a singular location, the Puig de Misa, insidea traditionalhouse which is extremely beautiful in itself. Located in the Can Ros property, which is a good example of rural Ibizan architecture, with porxo (main room), kitchen, the different cases de dormir (bedrooms), tafona (olive press), the porxet de dalt (balcony), well and cistern.
Numerousperiodic activities are organised.
Avda. Pare Guash, s/n
07840 - Santa Eulària des Riu
Tel: +34 971 332 845
PUIG D'EN MISSA
Old defence post dating from the 16th century, located in Santa Eulària, it has walls with an attached watchtower and is circular in shape. Located at the top of a hill it has sweeping views over the surrounding area.
Santa Eulària des Riu
SA SAL ROSA TOWER
Built at the end of Playa d'en Bossa with the objective of protecting Ibiza harbour, the tower provides magnificent views over the neighbouring island of Formentera.
SES PORTES TOWER
Strategically erected on Ses Portes Point, the tower was built in the 16th century as a defence against invasions by the Corsairs and the Algerians.
Gothic church built in the 14th century over an Arab mosque; it is dedicated to Our Lady. It underwent several changes until the middle of the 18th century. It houses a notable altarpiece in honour of St. Gregory, and an interesting 14th century gilded si
The Town Hall occupies part of an old Dominican Convent built between the 16th and 17th centuries and whose Santo Domingo Church still survives. Outstanding features are the cupolas that adorn the structure of this Baroque church, and its Cloister.