Port-Bouët is a commune in the Department of Abidjan in the region of Lagunes. It is named after French Naval Captain, Commander Bouët Willaumez.
Attractions in Port-Bouët Port-Bouët is home to the famous international airport Félix Houphouët-Boigny which serves Abidjan from domestic and international flights coming from all over the world.
The other major attraction of the town is the famous lighthouse of Port Bouët which was built in 1930. Visitors can also visit the port to discover the economic activity that reigns there.