Begin your visit to this UNESCO World Heritage site through the main entrance, complete with a drawbridge and statues, through to the vibrant main square, Plaza de Vila. In town you will find a well-preserved fortified acropolis that sheds light on the early Phoenician settlers. There are also remnants of Arab, Catalan and Renaissance periods.
To experience the gastronomy in town, stick to the main square for some of the best dining on the island. At night, the town becomes even livelier with plenty of bars and hip spots to enjoy a drink or two.
Not to be outdone by the food and nightlife, there are also plenty of shopping options. A simple walk down a side street can delight visitors with tiny shops filled with local wares and more.
For those interested in learning about the history of Ibiza, head to the top of town and immerse yourself in the history of the island at the Museu Arqueologic d’Eivissa i Formentera. This free museum treats visitors to the early history of the island (Old Town came to life in 1554) to today.