Puerto De Ibiza, Ibiza
About Puerto De Ibiza, Ibiza
Puerto De Ibiza, Ibiza - Address
Address: Port Esportiu Marina d'Eivissa, Passeig Joan Carles I, 20, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears, Spain
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The Puerto de Ibiza technically refers to the tiny cove or bay around which Ibiza Town’s main marinas are clustered, which are used for commercial, passenger and fishing purposes. The bay has been a port for more than 2500 years, ever since the time of the Carthaginians.
There are so many things to do here that the marina probably qualifies as a tourist trap. Just walking the entire curvature while people and/or boat watching (especially the mega-yachts) are popular. There are scores of cute little boutiques. There are excessive number of restaurants, coffee shops and ice-cream parlours. At night the district’s clubs and bars and restaurants are quite racy. Naturally, LGBTQ presence is strong.
There are three main docking areas - the Nueva Marina, the Marina Botafoch, and the Ibiza Magna.
How To reach Puerto De Ibiza by Public Transport
- Ferries from Denia, Valencia, Formentera, Palma de Mallorca, and Barcelona primarily dock here when coming to Ibiza.
- By Car
- Come in via cruise ship.
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Beautiful marina area with super yachts dominating the scenery. You can get water taxi's to other parts of the island and also trips to formentera. Lined with bars and restaurants you can watch the day go by.
Impressive busy port. If you are young many loud clubs in a part town. If you are some delicious economical restaurants, the restaraunts by the fort not cheap, but delicious and romantic.
Good ambience and nice corners of stores and restaurants! As a top, avoid the first row restaurants. Inside of the small streets and up the hill you will find plenty of restaurants with good ambience.
Really clean and nice area to hang out. There are many bars, restaurants and huqqa places. You can see many expensive and extraordinary boats 😊
Lovely area to walk around and view the luxury yachts - there are plenty of places to eat and people watch!
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