Welcome to the Madina Yabisa Interpretation centre

Discover how Eivissa looked like during the Moorish period.

The Madina Yabisa Interpretation Centre is located inside the Curia, a historic building in the town of Dalt Vila, which used to be the original headquarters of the Court of Justice in Ibiza back in the 16th century.

Photo by tourism.eivissa.es

Its thick stone walls were built as the old Andalusian style, keeping the memories intact of one of the most significant places of the old Muslim city during the Middle Age, and enhancing the significant contrast to the modern technology and design of its spaces.

Although the museum is relatively small, the tour is very interesting, since most of the content is audiovisual, which gives a lot of dynamism and fun to the experience. Visitors enjoy different multimedia contents showing how was the everyday life in those days, highlighting a fantastic scale model that represents the historical evolution of Ibiza.

Inside the centre

Very close to the Cathedral and the tourist information office, this is another must-see attraction on the island.

Opening Hours:

  • From 1 April to 15 October:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am — 2 pm & 5 pm — 8 pm

Sunday: 10 am — 2 pm

  • July and August:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am — 2 pm & 6 pm — 9 pm

Sunday: 10 am — 2 pm

  • From 16 October to 31 March:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am — 3 pm.

Sunday: 10 am — 12 pm

The centre is closed on Mondays and public holidays.

Price: 2 €
 Students and groups: 1.50 €
 Kids < 12 and adults > 65: Free
 Residents: Free

Dalt Vila C/ Major, 2

+34 971 392 390

madinayabisa@eivissa.es

Featured image: illesbalears.travel


Originally published at Secret Ibiza.