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Archaeological Museum, Old Town, Ibiza

3,000 years of history in one building at the top of Ibiza's Old Town

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This museum houses all the history of Ibiza and Formentera from the past 3,000 years of events.

The museum was founded in 1907 and contains artefacts divided into the following sections: prehistoric, Phoenician, Roman, Punic and Islamic. MAEF (Museu Arqueologic d'Eivissa i Formentera) preserves, researches and exhibits historical material from the Islands of Ibiza and Formentera.

It is housed in a historical building where the government of the island met from the 13th to the 18th century. It was divided into three groups: bourgeoisie, merchants and farmers until the current council was set up in 1717.

Getting Here

Directions

Located at the top of Ibiza's Old Town in the Cathedral Square beside the castle and bishop's house.

When to come

The museum is currently closed due to renovation works.

Contact

  • Address
  • Plaça de la Catedral
  • 07800

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