Madina Yasiba La Cúria
Contains an important collection of artefacts from the Phoenician and Carthaginian periods, plus a few pieces from Roman and Islamic...
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Restaurant of Hotel Mirador de Dalt Vila
At this intimate – do reserve – restaurant with its painted barrel ceiling and original canvases around the walls, you'll dine...
Madina Yasiba La Cúria information
Lonely Planet review
This small display replicates the medieval Muslim city of Madina Yabisa (Ibiza City) prior to the island’s fall to Christian forces in 1235. Artefacts, audiovisuals and maps transport visitors back in time. The centre is housed in what was, from the 15th century, the Casa de la Cúria (law courts). Parts of its walls were the original Islamic-era defensive walls.