The city of Ibiza is extending in the surroundings of Dalt Vila, a hill at the entrance to the harbor, where the oldest part of this city founded in 654 BC by the Phoenicians, was a commercial center of great vitality throughout the Punic era. Dalt Vila is undoubtedly the most emblematic part of the city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Surrounded by a 16th-century Renaissance wall, its interior is traveled through narrow cobbled streets, which invite us to discover the reconsideration of a place with the charm provided by centuries of history, where we will find romantic restaurants. The castle of Eivissa is made up of a set of buildings in the upper part of Dalt Vila, which together with the Cathedral stand out in this monumental complex. Where other remarkable buildings are found, such as Sala de Cúria, the former headquarters of the justice administration since the Catalan conquest

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