The cruise port of Ibiza
Cruise ship pier location in Ibiza
Ibiza, the smallest from 3 Balearic islands, is a fantastic and very popular tourist destination.
In Ibiza, small cruise ships and yachts can dock in the port of Eivissa, called Ibiza town.
Depending on traffic and the size of your cruise ship (bigger ships and ferries) dock in the eastern part of the harbor near Carrer de Botafoch, also called Passeig Maritim, which is about 2-3 km from the city center or closer to the old city and its sights at Avinguda de les Andanes.
From Passeig Maritim it is a long walk to the old town. It is better to take a public low cost City Boat. It bring you to the center in about 10 min and cost only 2,60 euro one way or 4 euro return. You will enjoy this short trip!
The public transport system on Ibiza offers a low-cost approach to travelling not only from the port to the city but also around the island.
Mode details about Public bus here.
It is also possible to catch a taxi from port to the old city. It will cost you about 10-12 euro one way.
Most cruise ships offer a shuttle from the cruise port to the city center for approx 13 euro per person.
Cruise to Ibiza
Ibiza Cruise terminal
The cruise port of Ibiza has a great location. Port consists of commercial and passenger docks. From the harbor you have a beautiful view of the old upper town, called Dalt Vila.
Ibiza is a great mix of tradition and the latest trends. The island, as well as its port, offers guests a spectacular location.
Ibiza town has its amazing night life, medieval buildings and winding, small streets in Dalt Vila, giving it an added feature as a tourist attraction.
Ibiza Cruise facts
Language in Ibiza
The language in Ibiza is Spanish, but on touristic spots you can also use English.
Currency in Ibiza
The currency in Ibiza is Euro (€). You can find ATM’s along the city.
Opening times in Ibiza
Opening times differ a lot around Spain, but generally are as follows:
- Monday to Saturday
- from 9.30h - 14.00h
- and from 17.00h - 20.00h
On Sundays and holidays shops are closed. Of course there are exceptions
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Landmarks and highlights in Ibiza
El Puig des Molins
El Puig des Molins is a necropolis and burial place. It dates from the 7th century
Ibiza Castle is a castle with 12 towers. It's dating from the 12th century and consists of a group of buildings built on the summit of the hill Puig de Vila
Renaissance city walls
Renaissance city walls is a fortified city walls from the 15th century. It was built by the engineer Giovanni Battista Calvi
Sa Caleta Phoenician site
Sa Caleta Phoenician site is a port with dock and cabins for small boats. It is situated on the south-southwest coast of the city
Santa Maria Cathedral
Santa Maria Cathedral is a cathedral from 1235. It has a tower in the shape of a trapezium
Getting around in Ibiza
It's easy and cheap to reach the heart of Ibiza on your own. You can walk or take a public city boat or bus
Weather in Ibiza
Ibiza has a warm Subtropical-Mediterranean climate with dry summers and humid winters. The average annual temperature in Ibiza in summer is between 28°C and 33°C and in winter is between 8°C and 14°C.
Local shore excursions in and around Ibiza
You can discover Ibiza on your own, book a shore excursion through the cruise line company or book a shore excursion from one of our partners. We offer shore excursions at local prices straight from the local companies.