El Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza is in a beautiful house payesa with 300 years oldThat of Can Ros, in the Puig de Missa de Santa Eulalia. In it you will be able to know the most significant aspects of life in the Pitiusas. In addition, you will discover the charm of this town, its people, its culture and the traditions that have marked its history.
Its permanent exhibition shows the clothing and jewelry which the Ibizans wore in the past. It has a multitude of household objects used in country houses, field utensils and of trades or specific tasks. It also includes a selection of musical instruments, weapons and articles of personal use.
All under a panorama that also contemplates the strong sociological changes that Ibiza suffered with the arrival of tourism.
If you wish, you can ask to be shown some of the historical videos that are part of your videographic file. In addition, if you are lucky, you will be able to watch the artisans work live since from time to time they are carried out craft workshops. Artists use natural fibers to make musical instruments, the famous Ibiza spies or even toys, as they did years ago.
-Winter: From October 1 to March 31 from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. Sundays from 11 a.m. to 13.30:XNUMX p.m.
-Summer: From April 1 to September 30 from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. and from 17.30:20 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sundays from 13.30 a.m. to XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. Monday and holidays closed.
Keep in mind that the schedules may undergo modifications. Check them out before your visit.
How to arrive
Take the road from Ibiza to Santa Eulalia and, once you reach the roundabout for access to the village, take it to the left. Continue and take the next roundabout to the right. Go straight on and take the second street on the right. At the end of the road you will see the indications to go up to Puig de Missa, where the museum is located. If you go from Santa Eulalia it is very simple, since you will see it at the top of the hill. You can access up to the top by car.