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Port des Torrent is situated on the south west coast of Ibiza, just one kilometre across the bay from lively San Antonio with a transfer time from the airport of forty-five minutes. It is a relaxed resort, very different from its noisy neighbour, where the emphasis is on enjoying beach life and if things become a little too quiet, San Antonia is almost on the doorstep. There is a good range of accommodation, some fine restaurants and a limited number of shops. A Port des Torrent holiday offers a relaxing break by the sea, soaking up the sun in a peaceful atmosphere while being within a stone’s throw of all the amenities of San Antonio.
Visitors often choose a Port des Torrent holiday because they want to enjoy the duel benefits of a quiet resort by day and the vibrant party atmosphere of its gregarious neighbour by night. Those looking for complete relaxation can enjoy pleasant evenings in the resort while others can venture across the water to San Antonio.
Port des Torrent is particularly popular with families having a pleasant beaches and warm shallow waters. Couples also enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the resort.
The holiday season in Port des Torrent begins in late April and lasts until October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Port des Torrent is a pleasant, family friendly resort across the bay from San Antonio.
It is a quiet resort, its main asset being its sandy sheltered beach which shelves very gently into the sea offering safe conditions for small children and less confident swimmers. Port des Torrent has a number of water sports including snorkelling, jet skiing, wind surfing and para-gliding. There is also a diving school where equipment can be hired and tuition given. There are beach bars providing daylong sustenance and thirst-quenching drinks for those who like to spend their days undisturbed on the beach.
Port des Torrent accommodation is varied and caters for most budgets with many self-catering apartments and villas, as well as hotels. Its restaurants similarly cater for most tastes and its shops supply holiday essentials so that you need not venture far from your peaceful base. If you do wish to explore, you will find the public transport system is very good with buses running to San Antonio into the night.
Those looking for a more active holiday will find plenty to occupy their days as many recreational activities are found in the area. These include the adrenalin rushing parascending which is not for the faint of heart. There are two nearby islands, Illa Conillera and S’lla des Bosc, which are uninhabited and ideal for yachters, divers and snorkellers. As well as water sports there are many land sports in the area including golf, tennis, quad biking, go-karting and horse riding. In August, nearby San Antonio celebrates the festival of St Bartholomew with feasting and dancing. On the actual saint’s day, 24th August there is a great firework display.
Port des Torrent nightlife is fairly relaxed reflecting the family nature of the resort. Evenings are spent strolling along the waterfront enjoying a quiet drink with friends or a romantic meal under the stars. If you want a livelier time you can take a bus or taxi to San Antonio where you can party until the early hours of the morning.
Port des Torrent shopping is fairly limited with mini-markets supplying essential provisions and the usual number of tourist gift shops. San Antonio Bay has a good range of retailers supplying more variety and for more avid shoppers, a bus ride around the bay, will take you into the town to sample the designer boutiques and specialist shops of San Antonio.
Port des Torrent has many restaurants serving a wide choice of food. . Fish plays a major part in the island’s cuisine. Fresh from the daily catch and simply cooked, it rarely disappoints. A good way to try island food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Ibiza than at home. Spanish wines are pleasant and inexpensive. Children are always made welcome and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.