Undoubtedly the most beautiful area of Ibiza town was the Mother of Deu street and its surroundings. To start, you can enjoy the stunning sea views and then wander through the side street admiring the beauty of the simplicity of houses and corners. Then we found an area that could be dangerous, but in the daylight nothing unusual happened.
The Marina district is one of the oldest of the capital, at the foot of Dalt Vila and between Vara del Rey and the port. Here you find places that are mythical as well as the zoo, and there are lots of restaurants and bars. At night the market shines with lots of clothing and trinkets, all very modern. In this neighborhood you can start the night as glasses are taken until 2 in the morning and then go to Privilege, Pacha or fashion disco work that year
This was the most surprising street in Dalt Vila - apart from being a nice street to walk along, it also has its own walk of fame! On the wall you can see how different celebrities from the world of film have left their hand prints here in the cement. The truth is that they're not, on the whole, particularly well-known - Penelope Cruz is the only name you might recognize, as most of the rest are German actors and directors that nobody knows. Still, I find it very interesting and I have not been able to find the reason behind it - perhaps a film festival or something, but I haven't heard of anything. If you have an idea, let me know!