If the name Ibiza conjures up images of drunken teenagers and pulsating nightclubs, think again. Although this may be party paradise at certain times of the year, the island has one of the most beautiful coastlines in the Mediterranean and an extraordinary history that will delight you.
<span 13.333333015441895px;"="">Spend the day walking around the Mediterranean port town with its quaint shops, picturesque homes and narrow streets. Would you believe that much of the island is actually designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including God’s Finger in Benirràs Bay and a number of traditional Ibizan cultural sites such as the first Phoenician settlement at Sa Caleta. Visit Sant Antoni and its Passeig de ses Fonts if you want a taste of the buzzing nightlife of Ibiza, just 20 minutes drive from Ibiza Town. Head to Cova de Can Marçà in Puerto de San Miguel, the biggest natural caves in Ibiza. Or try to find Atlantis, a hidden cove whose location can only be shown by a local.
Your cruise ship will dock in the port of Eivissa and from there it’s just a short walk into Dalt Vila, the old upper town.