The beginnings of this church are very closely linked to those of Nuestra Señora de Jesús, given that the Dominicans located here decided to settle in Ibiza's walled enclosure in 1587 because of the pirate attacks.
This church is very different compared to the rest of the churches on the island, given that it is more spacious and its structure is more complex. The building has one single nave and eleven side chapels, three of which are the most important; they stand out on the inside because of their wideness and on the outside because they are topped with three Valencian style vaults.
This cloisters shaped convent is home to the City Hall of Ibiza.
The parish festival is held on July 29th, the feast of Saint Peter.
Our work is focused on making Fomento del Turismo de Ibiza an increasingly open forum for debate that draws together a wide range of interests, agrees strategies and stimulates professionals, workers, companies and organisations from all the island's economic and social spheres to benefit from membership.
We want Fomento de Ibiza to be an open forum for debate, one that agglutinates common interests, reaches a consensus as to the strategies that should be followed, and encourages professionals, workers, companies and entities from all the island’s economic and social walks of life to work together
Fomento del Turismo de la Isla de Ibiza (Island of Ibiza Tourism Development) is an association founded by a group of forward-looking people who set themselves the task of stimulating, promoting and developing the island's budding tourist industry.