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Eivissa Contemporary Art Museum (MACE): Located in the heart of the old town in a series of vaulted rooms, the museum houses a collection of paintings and engravings made by local and international artists since the 1960’s to the present day. Eivissa Contemporary Art Museum (MACE) was opened in 1969 and has become one of the oldest contemporary art museums in Spain. Now in two parts the building has been sympathetically renovated to include the old building designed by Simon Poulet, making use of Old Town architecture, and the new building designed by Victor Beltran Roca, which optimises the space available without adding to the already busy urban landscape around.


The Museum Casa Broner was built in 1960 as a home and studio of German architect and painter Erwin Broner (1898-1971). Declared of Cultural Interest in 2000, is a key piece of modern architecture in the Balearic Islands. After careful restoration -conducted by the study of the architects Isabel Feliu and Raymond Ollé- opened to the public in order to raise awareness on the important legacy of Erwin Broner as artist and architect, and promote research, documentation, preservation and dissemination of modern and contemporary architecture, as well as rural architecture, landscape architecture and the territory in Ibiza and the Balearic Islands.


The Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Formentera has two locations, one in Dalt Vila, the old town, and the other in Puig des Molins. The Archaeological Museum is the institution that preserves, exhibits historical remains of the past of Ibiza and Formentera. These islands were named Islands Pitiuse classics, differentiating them from the rest of the Balearic Islands (Mallorca and Menorca). This museum is located in the Cathedral Square. The belvedere dominates the view of the lower town (La Marina and port) and, of course, the church of Santa Maria, consecrated as a cathedral in 1785. This museum was created in 1907, thanks to the donation of the collection assembled by the Archaeological Ebusitana Society that, since its founding in 1903, .


Dalt Vila: You’re better off on foot, in sensible shoes, exploring the narrow, winding, steep cobbled streets and magnificent views from the breaks in the high ramparts and the vast terraces at each level (Dalt Vila actually means ‘Upper Town’). The dramatic main entrance is up a slope, crossing a drawbridge through the Portal de Ses Taules, flanked by mighty statues in roman stone, entering into an ancient cobbled stone courtyard, giving immediately on to the Plaza de Vila or main square. The other entrance, Portal Nou (reached from behind the Plaza del Parque) has a more gradual ascent. Take your time as there’s so much fascinating detail.


Puig des Molins, a part of the Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Fromentera, is home to more than 3,000 tombs from the Phoenician-Punic times. Considered the world’s finest collection of Punic remains, Puig des Molins is the island’s first cemetery and dates back to the late 7th century. Here, small caves have been found containing sarcophagi and more. The graves have been found to contain baked mud figures, jewelry, coins and more. To explore this area, follow the path which winds guests into the burial caverns in the hill. Visitors can actually heads into the caverns for a better look. Then, head over to the museum to view the artifacts found with some of the bodies.