Wednesday, 2 November 2016
Portinatx, Ibiza. An Album of Pictures.
Portinatx is a small resort on the northern coast of Ibiza popular with families. I visited in July 2014 and whilst the scenery is stunning, the beaches clean and not over crowded, there is not much in the way of things to do. The transfer from the airport took approx. 45mins and once you arrive in Portinatx it is hard to visit the rest of the island of Ibiza due to the remoteness of the town. There are infrequent bus services, a tourist Train(bus), a few boat trips away from the resort and a couple of car rentals. The town has a few large hotel complexes and a number of restaurants and 3 beaches.
Portinatx is surrounded by woodland, cliffs and water which makes the views from all the hotels stunning, and a walk up to the Punta Moscarter Lighthouse is worth a visit as is the pirate tower overlooking the entrance to the cove. The area is also home to the Ibiza Wall Lizard.
These pictures were taken in July 2014 using a Polaroid iS2132 Digital Camera.
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Portitxol Beach, Nr Portinatx.
Boats moored in Portinatx Bay
Portinatx beach front.
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