In May, Dalt Vila returns to the Middle Ages thanks to Medieval Ibiza, a fair that floods the narrow streets of the walled city with color and magic.
During the second weekend of May, the walled enclosure of Dalt Vila and the historic districts of the city are transformed, returning to the Middle Ages, to host one of the most famous Medieval Fairs of the Balearic Islands: ‘Medieval Ibiza ‘. Four days in which the city is filled with craft markets, food stalls, performances of magicians, puppets, jesters, jugglers or jugglers of the Middle Ages.
The color and the art fill the streets of the enclosure by which, sometimes, it becomes practically impossible to circulate.
The Ibiza Medieval fair commemorates the declaration of Ibiza as a World Heritage City by Unesco in 1999. This recognition focuses, fundamentally, on aspects related to the culture of Ibiza, its patrimonial and natural assets. In this way, the different civilizations that have passed through the island (Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs), its spectacular meadows of posidonia or the Phoenician settlement of sa Caleta, among other aspects, are valued.