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Theatrical visits to Dalt Vila: discover the walled city in a new way

The city of Ibiza harbours a historic and natural treasure in its walled city of Dalt Vila with a unique cultural legacy…

The city of Ibiza harbours a historic and natural treasure in its walled city of Dalt Vila with a unique cultural legacy that was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1999. It rises on a hill in the city of Ibiza and is a place where numerous civilisations have left their mark, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Vandals, Arabs and Christians.

Between its walls lie some of the island’s most important buildings such as the Cathedral, an iconic symbol of Ibiza, and the best way of discovering them is with the dramatised visits organised by the city council. From March to December, Ibiza City Council organises these dramatised visits to the city’s historic centre in order to discover how the walls were constructed and the context in which they were built, as well as the way of life of the different cultures that have passed through Dalt Vila over the centuries.

This is a group experience which will take you on a trip back in time through a route that begins in the Portal de ses Taules, continuing along the cobbled streets of the walled town passing through the Plaça del Sol, then up the streets of Sant Josep and Major, ending up in the Plaça de la Catedral.

Dates and Times

These dramatised visits depend on the climate and the time of year, and so times may differ according to the month. As such, in March they start at 7 pm while in April and the first two weeks of May they are held at 8 pm. When the weather starts to get a little too hot, in mid-May, and also in June, July and August, the visits begin at 9 pm, and in August they are also held on Fridays. In September, the routes start a little earlier at 8 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and in October they take place on Saturdays at 7 pm, and finally in November and December they are still held on Saturdays but this time they start at 6 pm.

  • Saturdays in March: 7 pm
  • Saturdays in April: 8 pm
  • Saturdays 4 and 11 May: 8 pm
  • Saturdays 18 and 25 May: 9 pm
  • Saturdays in June, July and August: 9 pm
  • Fridays in August: 9 pm
  • Fridays in September: 8 pm
  • Saturdays in September: 8 pm
  • Saturdays in October: 7 pm
  • Saturdays in November and December: 6 pm

Prices vary, according to age, as follows:

  • Children aged up to 7 years : free
  • Children aged 7 to 16 years: 5 euros
  • Children aged 7 to 16 years – local residents: 2.5 euros
  • Adults: 10 euros
  • Adults- local residents: 5 euros
  • Aged 65 years and over, unwaged, and students: 5 euros
  • Families of 4.25 euros
  • Families with over 4 members: 30 euros

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