The Puig de Molins Museum
Open to the public, this is one of the greatest Punic art museums, showcasing many pre- historic artefacts. Check out the Necropolis del Puig des Molins, an ancient burial ground dating from the Phoenician times and the 7th century BC as well as amulets and terracotta figurines.
The historical Old Town of Ibiza was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, featuring fortifications, cathedrals and other amazing architectural structures from the 1500s. The walls, the ramp and the commemorative plaque that bears the coat of arms of Felipe II's are some of the great attractions of this town. The D'alt Vila Cathedral, a 10th century Gothic tower, has a superb 18th century Baroque nave worth seeing.
Sant Josep Sa Talia
This walking trail sets off from San Jose, a town in the south of Ibiza and leads to Sant Josep Sa Talia the island's highest peak. Although the walk is over 8 miles long, it's certainly worth the 360 degree views you can see from the summit.
Located on the port side of the island, Sa Penya is crammed with dozens of clothing boutiques that offer great bargains. From the smarter boutiques to the hippy markets and street stalls, you can buy everything under the sun.
Atlantis is a secret cove that pays homage to the painted image of the god Shiva. Located grandly opposite the island of es Vedra, it is steeped in myths, peace and spirituality, and provides a magical spot in which to take in the breeze of the Mediterranean.