Puig des Molins, a part of the Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Fromentera, is home to more than 3,000 tombs from the Phoenician-Punic times. Considered the world’s finest collection of Punic remains, Puig des Molins is the island’s first cemetery and dates back to the late 7th century. Here, small caves have been found containing sarcophagi and more. The graves have been found to contain baked mud figures, jewelry, coins and more.
To explore this area, follow the path which winds guests into the burial caverns in the hill. Visitors can actually heads into the caverns for a better look. Then, head over to the museum to view the artifacts found with some of the bodies.
The museum is currently undergoing renovations and is not open to the
public. However, people can still wander the exterior of the cemetery.