Ibiza can be simply proud of a rich choice of historical sites and interesting museums. Visitors are offered an interesting cultural program that will help them learn a lot about the history of the city and lifestyle of its citizens. Without a doubt, Almudaina Castle is the most important sightseeing object of the island. The castle was built in the first half of the 16th century. It is open to public so everyone is welcome to attend beautifully decorated halls and make a walk through long corridors of the castle. Archaeological excavations never stop near the castle as scientists have discovered there the ruins of old fortifications. According to one theory the first building on the site of the fortress appeared back in the 7th century.
Queen Sophia Park and Sun Square are definitely no less important sights of the city. These sights are always mentioned together. The reason for this is that the park and the square are connected by a tunnel, which is called Portal Nou. The length of the step tunnel is 50 meters, and its height estimates 3 meters. The entire length of the tunnel is equipped with special torches. A walk along the tunnel is one of the most favorite pastimes of travelers.
Santo Domingo Church is usually mentioned among the best known religious sites of the city. The church is a landmark of the national importance. The first building on the site of the modern church appeared back in the 12th century, and later it was repeatedly expanded and supplemented with new elements. Nowadays the beautiful cathedral is a unique combination of three different architectural styles. Despite this peculiarity the church looks very harmonious and effective.