A museum with two branches, a must-see for the history of Ibiza up to the 13th century

The Dalt Vila Museum offers a permanent display of pieces that cover more than three thousand years of history of the islands of Ibiza and Formentera.

The Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Formentera displays remnants from the historical past of the islands of Ibiza and Formentera.

It is organised into two branches: one in Dalt Vila and the other in Puig des Molins. The Dalt Vila branch exhibits archaeological remains from prehistory, Phoenician colonisation, the world of Carthage, the Roman period and the Moorish period, up until the Catalonian conquest in 1235. In Puig des Molins museum-goers can visit a very well conserved Carthaginian necropolis, considered the most important funerary ensemble in the Western Mediterranean.

The Dalt Vila museum was created in 1907 thanks to the State being donated the collections from the Sociedad Arquelógica Ebusitana, gathered from various excavations.

It hosts temporary exhibitions, specialised workshops, sessions on historical cinema, didactic workshops, etc. It also publishes monographic editions.

Plaça de la Catedral, 3, 07800 Ibiza, Illes Balears, España
07800 Eivissa



+34 971 30 17 71


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