Some of the places visited in Ibiza
Last visited: 2022
April 22, 2022
Ibiza - Wiki
- is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula.
- Its highest point, called Sa Talaiassa (or Sa Talaia), is 475 meters (1,558 feet) above sea level.
- Ibiza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site awarded in 1999.
- Ibiza is a rock island covering an area of 572.56 square kilometers (221.07 sq mi)
- Ibiza is administratively part of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, whose capital is Palma, on the island of Majorca.
- At the 2001 census these municipalities had a total population of 88,076 inhabitants
- The typical folkloric dance of Ibiza is Ball Pagès (Video). The origin of these dances is unknown.
Places to visit:
Castle of Ibiza (Castell d'Eivissa) - Website - Location - Wiki
- Thirteen basalt columns designed by the artist andrew rogers and paid for by Guy Laliberté
- Made in 2014 and It was carried out without permission. In fact, the City of San José opened a file of urban infringement at the time.
- These doors have different engravings and Arabic motifs, among which a jamsa stands out, also known as the hand of Fátima. It is a common element in Muslim and Sephardic Jewish cultures. As an amulet, the hand of Fatima was used by the Carthaginians from 820 BC and in North Africa it was associated with an attribute of the goddess Tanit , the Goddess of Ibiza.
- The author of Las Puertas de Cala Llentia is unknown
- From the right angle and with the doors open, you can see Es Vedrà (Island off the coast) on the horizon
- Is a popular spot to view gorgeous Mediterranean sunsets Scenic viewing point to look over Es Vedrà island.
- Guided tours of a cave (underground caverns) used by pirate smugglers with a 10 metre cascade of waterfall light show.