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Port d'Eivissa (Ibiza Port) & the Marinas, Ibiza Town

Superyachts, lobsters, and portside drinking
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Below the walls of Dalt Vila is the old fisherman's quarter which is now a plethora of bars, shops and street vendors. The port is also home to one of the most expensive moorings in the world, Ibiza Magna.

It's fun to have a walk around and drool over the super yachts, some of which even come with their own on-board helicopter. There is a long strip facing the water with lively bars such as Rock Bar and Base Bar. This is a good place to come for a warm up drink before heading off to a club, as things shut down here around 2am. There are also some lovely restaurants specialising in fish with tanks outside so you can pick the lobster you require before eating it. All of the major nightclubs have provocative PR displays which you are sure to witness after dark. This is a buzzing atmosphere and a definite must do experience in Ibiza.

And opposite you will find the Marina Ibiza, a plush lifestyle experience that is more than just a mooring for your superyacht! It is the kind of place you can lose time, relax and enjoy one of the best marinas in the Mediterranean.

Dining in Ibiza Town

In the Marina Ibiza you will find the wonderful Lio Restaurant & Cabaret Club from the world famous Pacha group which offers a live show as you dine and dance the night away. In addition to this you also have the Blue Marlin Ibiza Marina, sister restaurant to the Blue Marlin Beach Club in Cala Jondal, and yet another fantastic offering from this international name.

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