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Holiday Map of Ibiza Town, Ibiza Spain

Ibiza a town is a fantastic holiday destination for its Old Town world heritage status, fantastic bars, nightlife and easy access to the beautiful island of Formentera by ferry. At night-time in the summer Ibiza's port is a hive activity, with hundreds of bars and restaurants coming to life, filled with people from all over the world.

D’alt Villa

D’alt Villa which overlooks the port is filled with a maze of narrow streets which are lined with tiny houses, Boutique shops bars  and restaurants. Most of the streets will take you to the top of D’alt Villa where you'll find the cathedral and a cannon lined square which looks over the whole of Ibiza. The views at night from here are spectacular.


Ibiza Town has three major nightclubs, Space,  El Divino and Pacha. The latter two are situated just across the port and within walking distance from the town centre. Space can be reached by a short taxi ride costing around €7-€10. You can buy tickets to all these clubs beforehand which will sometimes save you between 5 and 10€ on the door price. 

Drinks are ridiculously expensive in these nightclubs so it pays to start of the night in one of the many port bars. People normally go to these clubs at around 2 AM so don't turn up at 12 o'clock as you will find them completely empty. During the summer months there is also a ferry service which can take you across to El Divino for about 2€.

If you want to find out more about clubbing on the island and join an ever growing community, check out Love Ibiza, who have got great information for planning your Ibiza Holidays.


Ibiza town offers many restaurants but beware of the more tourist ones which sometimes can be a bit dodgy.

In the Plaza del Parque behind Vara del Rey you will find “Bon Profit” which is a small family run restaurant serving cheap, good home-cooked meals.

It does pay to wander around and see what is available and not be forced into the first one that you come across.


Ibiza's port is also the gateway to Formentera which is the small island just to the south. Ferries leave every half an hour and the journey takes about 35 minutes.