The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows (Catalan: Catedral de la Verge de les Neus, Spanish: Catedral de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves) is the principal church and cathedral of the City of Ibiza (Eivissa).
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Beautiful views. I was very excited. It is near to the marina. There are a lot of Spanish restaurants with excellent food and Sangria.
A must see when visiting the island. Be prepared to be amazed especially the castle. Set aside a good few hours, and even then, you will wish you had more time. Tip: make sure you plan sundowners at one of the breathtaking little restaurants in the castle, this will be a high point.
Enjoyable town with lots of café's and restaurants. There were a few well known high street retail stores and some boutique shops for the ladies. The alleyways were lined with local traders selling everything from sunglasses to tourist goods. Clean streets, lots to see and a great harbour with some stunning sight's if you're lucky.
Beautiful but very hilly. It's a long climb but the view is worth it, as are the Warren of little streets filled with little shops, cafes, churches and museums. There are streets that are wide enough for taxis and small buses that do run part way up. The main way has been renovated with shallow steps and beautiful tiled paving. So even the relatively unfit like myself can manage a slow climb, taking advantage of the many stopping points of interest along the old city walls. Well worth a visit.
Visited the old town, walled citadel to the south of the harbour, with amazing views of the rest of Ibiza the port too. It's a bit of a track up hill, wouldn't recommend to walk to the top if you have any mobility issues; however you can drive about 3/4 of the way up. Some small bars situated in the old town, however prices are more than in Ibiza itself. The gate and entry area to the old town is a must. Worth a visit.
Beautiful place great views from the top of the Chapel plenty of shops and places to eat great for a day visit if your staying in another town on the island
Although called Ibiza in English and Spanish, the official name is the Catalan Eivissa (as restored in 1986) and its inhabitants call it the Vila d'Eivissa or simply Vila ("Town"). It is divided into two main parts: the old town, called the Dalt Vila (literally "Upper Town"), located on a little mountain by the sea, and the modern part, called the Eixample ("extension"). The city, which has a population of 49,768 (2012), is the capital and most populous settlement of the island and of the Pine Islands group, which includes Ibiza and Formentera.
Lovely town, view from the top was amazing, saw some dolphins in the see, the atmosphere in the churches was so peaceful despite the tourists, old Ibiza town definitely worth a visit
Beautiful buildings enclosed by historic ramparts. Good information boards in multiple languages. Excellent views over the ocean and new town
Just a beautiful day out. Amazing history and scenery. Well worth a trip