Port Des Torrent Holidays

A laid-back Ibizan retreat

If you’re looking for a relaxing break that’s within easy reach of the bright lights of Ibiza’s San Antonio, then Port des Torrent holidays are just the thing. Situated on the island’s west coast, this popular, family-friendly resort offers sunsets and siestas in typical Balearic style. Down on the bay, there are sunloungers and parasols available for hire, along with beachside restaurants. More adventurous types can chill on the rocks that jut into the turquoise waters.

After a sun-soaked day, you’re on the right side of the island to watch the famous Ibizan sun setting and dipping into the Mediterranean Sea, before you head to one of the local affordable restaurants or bars. If you’re up for something a little livelier, holidays to Port des Torrent can be combined with nights in nearby San Antonio, with its hedonistic clubs and bars, while the jet-set glamour of historical Ibiza Town is half an hour’s drive away.

Your Port des Torrent questions, answered

Pretty, paddle-friendly and very popular. The sandy stretch is busy in the peak summer months but quieter off-season, plus there are other more chilled beaches to choose from nearby, too.
You’re 15 minutes away from San Antonio’s lively nightlife, and a night bus or cab ride from the big super clubs that are scattered across the island.
The resort has a relaxed vibe and the bay boasts warm, shallow water, with lifeguards on hand to keep an eye out. Snack bars line the beach’s buggy-friendly boardwalk.

Best things to do in Port des Torrent

Watch the sunset

Grab a prime sunset view at the area of rocks called Punta de sa Pedrera at the edge of Port des Torrent’s bay – if you’re feeling brave, you can swim from here, too.

Take a dive

Fancy going deeper? Head to the Padi-scuba diving school or snorkel clubs, which offer you the chance to take in the rugged coastline’s beautiful underwater sights.

Be a good sport

If your energy extends beyond waterside bat-and-ball games, why not try paddle boarding, kayaking or hiring a pedalo with the kids – all are available on the beach.