Portinatx Holidays & Travel Guide – Top Things to Do & See + Insider Advice

Last Updated on March 28, 2021

Portinatx is the beautiful holiday resort of Sant Joan (Sant Joan de Labritja)and situated on the north east part of Ibiza. Portinatx welcomes thousands of tourist every year with its fine light coloured sandy natural beach and crystal clear waters. Portinatx has all the necessary tourist services.


There are variety of nice hotels and apartments to choose from. There also many restaurants, bars, shops and leisure activities at the beach promenade of Portinatx. The restaurants and bars in Portinatx are always full.

Things to Do in Portinatx

Things to do in Portinatx are endless. Top things to do and see in Potinatx include;

  • A great day out at the 100 metres long Portinatx beach,
  • do water sports,
  • attending to boat trips,
  • hiking, nature walking,
  • taking tourist trains and have a great day out,
  • a fun day out at the El Greco Hotel water park,
  • a visit to Sant Joan town centre,
  • a visit to the the Settlement of Balafia and Cova de Can Marça Cave.

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Portinatx beach


Sant Joan Town Centre

El Greco Hotel Water Park– Portnatx, Sant Joan

El Greco Hotel Water Park is located at the popular holiday resort of Portinatx. El Greco Hotel Water Park Water Park offers great water slides and water activitities for the holidaymakers in Ibiza. El Greco Hotel Water Park is open between May and October and open six days a week (closed on Saturdays) between 11.00-18.00.
Address: El Greco Hotel, Portnatx, Sant Joan, Ibiza
Tel: +34 971 320 570

Tourist Trains

The Settlement of Balafia and Cova de Can Marça Cave

The Settlement of Balafia is located nearby Sant Llorenç village and it is one of the best examples of traditional architecture on the island. The Cova de Can Marça Cave is located nearby San Miguel offers great beauties to its visitors.

Cova des Culleram Cave


Cova des Culleram Cave is located nearby Cala Sant Vicent of Sant Joan. The cave is a sanctuary from the Punic epoch that according to the legend, the goddess Tanit was worshipped here. This natural cave is surrounded by pine trees and offers great beauties.