Cities in Spain: Southat-d’Ivis
The city of Ivis (Sautat-d’Ivis, Ciutat d’Eivissa) – the capital of the island and the most attractive and expensive settlement of the region, famous for its free nrules of the youth resort.
This is a cosmopolitan and noisy place where they rule entertainment and idleness, gloss and prestige. From the old quarters of the city, only the Cathedral is preserved (XIII in., Locals are spoken "He was a temple of two thousand years", I mean that he was built on the very place where the Carthaginian and Roman temples were consistently located, and then the mosque) and noticeably the dies with the castle with the seven mighty bastions connected by medieval fortress walls. Peculiar ancient neighborhoods of the city, the intriculture of which even gave rise to the concept "Architecture Ivisi", Almost completely rebuilt under hotels, restaurants and cafes, and noticeably upgraded area of the old Greek port is almost completely built up with fashionable shops, open until two o’clock in the morning. However, the impressive main gates of the fortress – Portal-de-Ses-Taulz and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Domingo Church (Esclesia de Sant – Pere, XVI in.) and the municipality in the building of the church monastery, a tiny museum of Diosessan in the complex of the Cathedral, the ancient quarter of Dalted Vila and the underlying west of his huge Puchic Cemetery of the Puch-Des-Molins (Poil-Necropolis) with an interesting museum. Archaeological Museum Ivisi and Formenterra contains a large collection of Phoenician and Carthage objects).
And, of course, – beaches, beaches and beaches again. Directly at the city trait there are two large beaches – Ses Saline and Es-Cavalle, and a little further are a little less famous Figienets, Dan-Boss, Talamanca and Casa-Hondal. South Ivisa, stretching from the airport to the sea, stretch hundreds of hectares of salt fields. The history of the city and its influence on the ancient shopping routes were based on the trade in salt, which in antiquity was great value. Even today, they continue to extract salt, but a little west of the beautiful white dunes of Es-Kavali.