Porto de Sant Miguel was a fishing village but it has become a popular small holiday resort with hotels around.
You will find here one of the most sheltered beaches on the island, hidden in a cove and surrounded by covered by pine cliffs. The beach is sandy with clear, shallow waters. From the high cliff you will have a magnificent view on the surrounding bay. Going to the north of the city you will find dripstone caves Cuevas Can Marça. If you go to the east to the bay of Cala de Benirras you will have the opportunity to see supposedly one of the most beautiful sunsets in Ibiza. For this reason, there is usually a crowd of spectators at this time of the day. The town is rather humble and tranquil with several bars and restaurants with local food and music. Olives, grapevines, citrus and almonds are grown in the area. It is a pleasant port for a one-day stopover.