Ibiza, part of the dreamy Balearic Islands in Spain, began as a port town, founded by Phoenician settlers in 654 BC. Its rich past includes not only the Phoenicians, but also the Romans, Arabs, and Spanish. Isolation and a lack of trade through much of history meant the island’s architecture, culture and habits remained unique. More recently, a bohemian crowd has added another dimension to the artistic side of the island.
Unlike my other architecture maps, this is a complete map of the island. It includes buildings (a few beautiful churches and a museum), restaurants, beaches and stunning photography points. If you want to have a peek at some of these pictures click here. If you find any mistakes, or have any suggestions please let me know, my intention is to keep it useful. Hope you enjoy!