History and culture

The Phoenicians, Punics, Romans and Carthaginians are just a few of the many civilizations that have contributed to the rich tapestry of Ibiza’s cultural legacy.

In 1999 Dalt Vila, the walled enclosure in Eivissa, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fine example of coastal fortifications has been perfectly conserved. World Heritage status was also awarded to the extramural quarters of La Marina, Sa Penya and Es Soto, as well as the Punic cemetery of Puig des Molins, the Phoenician town of Sa Caleta and the ancient kitchen gardens at Ses Feixes.

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