Catedral de Eivissa

At the top of Dalt Vila sits the Catedral de Eivissa, a Catalan Gothic church and the most iconic silhouette on the Ibiza skyline.

Despite looking so massive from the Portal de Ses Taules, it’s teeny up close. Yet considering it’s served only the residents of Dalt Vila for the last six centuries, it’s never really faced a capacity problem. The Catedral de Eivissa underwent a series of major refurbishments during the eighteenth century, and to say that the windows don’t match the drapes would be an understatement.

Best things to see at Catedral de Eivissa

Its heavy flying buttresses and rectangular clock tower stand in stark contrast to the barrel ceilings and Baroque altarpiece inside. Though not super impressive in terms of decoration, the Catedral de Eivissa is certainly worth a visit—if not for posterity’s sake then for its weirdly comfortable pews and the shade offered by its ancient roof.

Catedral de Eivissa directions and parking

Best way to get to Catedral de Eivissa

The cathedral is quite close to the Ibiza port. Depending on where you stay, you might be able to walk to the cathedral following Camí del Calvari road or Carrer del Calvari. The nearest bus stop is Daltvila4. Seminari Id., serviced by ALSA-L45.


Best parking near Catedral de Eivissa

The cathedral has its own parking lot available for use.

Catedral de Eivissa FAQs

How much are tickets?

Admission is free!


When can I visit?

Note that Catedral de Eivissa is closed on Mondays, but is open every other day of the week from 10AM-2PM and 5PM-8PM.