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Madina Yabisa Interpretation Center

Madina Yasiba, within the Curia House building, was located in Dalt Vila’s acropolis during the 16th century. It was the headquarters of the Court of Justice and one of the power cores of Ibiza.

It was built making use of the old Andalusian wall’s structure. Today, these areas recover the memory of what used to be an important Muslim city in the Middle Ages.

Madina Yasiba Interpretation Center especially bets on audiovisual technology in order to transmit the knowledge on the city’s history, particularly, everything that has to do with the Islamic period and the Arab fortification. It is a modern space in which visitors will enter a light and image environment reaching its maximum emergence with an audiovisual scale model (very trustworthy and spectacular) that shows the historical evolution of the island.

Madina Yasiba is located just in front of Ibiza’s Cathedral. It also has a tourist information office.

 

Opening Hours:

– From April 1 to October 15:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 2pm; 5pm – 8pm

Sunday: 10am – 2pm

Closed on Monday and public holidays.

 

– July and August:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 2pm; 6pm – 9pm

Sunday: 10am – 2pm

Closed on Monday and public holidays.

 

– From October 16 to March 31:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 3pm.

Sunday: 10am – noon

Closed on Monday and public holidays.

 

Address: C/ Major, 2 Edificio La Cúria
Telephone: 971 392 390
Email: madinayabisa@eivissa.es
Web: http://www.eivissa.es

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