Puerto de Ibiza, Ibiza Town

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Wander among the big boats at Puerto de Ibiza. Since the area serves as a playground for the rich and famous, yacht-spotting remains a popular pastime. One of the liveliest areas of town, the walk along the wide boulevard to the port has a vibrant atmosphere, full of shops and restaurants. From here it is also possible to take a ferry to surrounding islands or to mainland Spain. To find out how to plan a trip to Ibiza Town, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • We did not find the port so special and it was very calm, not so many big boats to see and also on the quay there was not a lot of people, we were there in October and then it is something calmer.
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  • Ibiza arrived early in the morning on a Mediterranean cruise cruise ship. I was waiting for the time to disembark while watching the sun rise from the deck. From the rear deck, the sun rising from the direction of the lighthouse looked very beautiful. At noon, we went to the port near Ibiza Town to see a beautiful cruiser anchored and take a walk along the beach. There were many cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops on the open terrace near the coast, and it was very lively. It was a fun port to see and see from the occasional ferry. I bought about 15 salts of Ibiza at a souvenir shop and made them as souvenirs for my friends. It was a little expensive, but Ibiza's salt, which felt a little sweet, was very pleased.
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  • We visited the port twice- one during the day then again at night. The port comes to life at night once all the bars are open and the huge yachts start dripping off the rich.....and famous if your lucky enough to spot someone. Always goggle the names of the yachts as you never know who may own it.
  • The night we went was the firework spectacular for the patron saint of the island, San Ciriaco, fireworks start at midnight, well worth seeing if in Ibiza at the beginning of August Lots of bars, restaurants, places to eat and ice cream parlours. Having a trek round the old town and castle walks gives some fantastic views, we did it in early evening and was still quite exhausting. Completing the task in day... take water. Cobbled streets, steps and steep inclines so prepare in advance and plan your route.
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