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Museum of Archaeology (Museo Arqueologic de Ibiza y Formentera)
Ranked #36 of 76 things to do in Ibiza Town
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Reviewed August 22, 2004

i went and it was ok, my children aged 5-16 did not like it and complained all way. It is learned and intresting if you have the time to look around it
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Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England
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Reviewed May 25, 2003

My husband and I (who were flower children in the 60's) visited Ibiza with great trepidation the first week in May 2003. We need not have worried. The island was breathtakingly beautiful, the hippy markets were fascinating and the source of many bargains. We stayed at Apartments Encardo at San Antonio (ours was a cheap "allocation on arrival" holiday) but we could not have had better accommodation however much we had paid. Hiring a car made a big difference, we were able to visit all the deserted beaches and inland villages. We even ate in a village where no one seemed to speak any English! Anyway, on to the ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM - the subject of this review. We had not realised it was located right at the very top of Ibiza old town - an extremely steep walk! The first time we went was in torrential rain and it was closed! It's open in the mornings until 1pm and then from 6 till 8pm. We had to retire to the bar opposite and drink coffee and brandy and return the next day when, fortunately, the weather was better. Entrance costs about 3 euros (about £2.45). It is not the largest or most exciting museum we have seen but it is worth a visit if only to see inside part of the old fort. Our visit took about half to three quarters of an hour and the museum displays mostly pottery from prehistoric, through Phoenician times to Roman and medieval. A couple of the shops on the way back down sell little models of the fertility gods and godesses displayed in the museum. These make cheap and unusual souveniers (cheaper than buying at the museum) There are clean toilets in the museum but no cafe. We would be happy to communicate with anyone who is going to Ibiza but doesnt want to spend all their time in the clubs. We kept a diary and may have some suggestions for places to visit.

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