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Overview Of The Port Of Ibiza

About Ibiza
Ibiza is one of the Spanish Balearic islands, in the western Mediterranean.

Ibiza is wonderful for strolling. The waterfront along the Avenue Andanes is pedestrian friendly, one side lined with shops and restaurants, on the other side, a harbour.

The sa Penya and la Marina areas offer plenty of opportunities for shopping, strolling, dining, and people watching. Good buys include embroidery, jewellery and ceramics.

Dalt Vila is the oldest and highest part of the city, ideal for walkers and visitors interested in the history of the area. Many structures have been renovated and are now restaurants, shops and galleries. Note: this area is very hilly and there are lots of cobblestoned streets. Shops and attractions may close for a few hours in the afternoon for a siesta.

Museu d'Art Contemporani D'Eivissa and Museu Arquelogic D'Eivissa I Formentera may be of interest to art and archaeology lovers.

Ibiza is famous for it's nightlife, there are mega discos located out of town for visitors on an overnight stay.

There are plenty beaches to choose from on the island.

Local dishes include 'burrida de ratjada' (fish) 'arrĂ³s de matances' (meat rice dish) and 'flao' (goat cheese tart and mint).
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Cruise ships dock at the Passeig Maritim. It is possible to walk into town from here and there are shops and restaurants on the side streets near the pier area.

Taxis are available but they cannot enter the Dalt Vila.
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