The Punic shrine in the Es Cuieram cave was discovered in 1907 by members of the Ebusitana Archaeology Society. You can get to the cave by following the signs on the Cala de San Vicente road in the north of the island. You can do part of the trip by car, but the last section has to be done on foot. The cave has a huge domed roof and two floor levels. On the lower level there is a flat rock that was probably used for sacrifices. Some of the archaeological finds discovered in the cave are now on display in the Museo Monográfico del Puig des Molins in Ibiza. If you have the energy for a long walk, you can also go down through the pinewoods to the sea from the cave. For visiting times, contact the Tourist Information Office (+34 971 310 900).
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Bus: Línea Santa Eulalia-Cala de San Vicente