Sant Antoni de Portmany (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈsant ənˈtɔni ðə purˈmaɲ], Spanish: San Antonio Abad) or San Antonio is a town on the western coast of Ibiza. It is the second-largest town and municipality in Ibiza; an island described by Time Out magazine as "arguably the clubbing capital of the universe". The town is situated on Sant Antoni Bay on the west coast of the island, part of the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.
Restaurants in Sant Antoni de Portmany
4.5 based on 568 reviews
The main problem with this place is the access, especially if you have a quad bike.
We arrived as a group of four at a gate with a young man managing it. Two of us were on a scooter whilst the other two were on a quad bike. The man told us the quad was not allowed due to insufficient space, and at the same time was turning away cars, we on the scooter would be allowed. Due to this we had to leave the vehicles by the gate, and walk there, this taking 20 minutes.
Whilst we walked there we could see that there was loads of room, for even more cars and especially a quad bike. There was also another young man at another gate before the beach. It is obvious that these two gate operators are inexperienced and have not got a clue. One would think that this would be a positive thing, reducing the number of people at the beach, however this is not the case. A quad bike is the size of 2 motorbikes!
On arrival to the beach I was not too impressed. The right side is very rocky and the water is murky. On the left side there is sand and it is a lot better, however this side is extremely busy.
5 based on 129 reviews
There is no better way to discover Ibiza than on foot... Taking time out to walk amongst its rugged beauty, climb the rocky terrain and traverse Ibiza's coastline, fringed by crystal clear waters. No matter what fitness level you are, I will find a walk to suit you & your group and be sure Ibiza will amaze and surprise you on route. 180e, up to 8 people inc pick up & drop off.
This is defenitely the best thing I have done on Ibiza. On a crazy busy island, being on the see, going through caves and watching the sunset with the Benirras drums on the background with just a couple of kayaks was magical. Thanks for this great experience! Must do!
4 based on 186 reviews
We stayed at the Serenis Seaview which is right next door to this lovely little beach. We walked down to the beach most nights and if you time it right you can see the nightly Fire Show put on by the beach bar.
From here you can catch the water ferry to San Antonio and other places or just walk along the rocky coastal path, its a very picturesque little spot!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My husband rented a scooter and travelled around Ibiza. We decided to check out Cala Salada and were pleasantly surprised. The beach has nice sand and is not rocky. The water has this beautiful mesmerizing turquoise glow. There are beautiful surrounding cliffs and old boat houses that give the beach such character. We arrived just after noon and the beach was quite full. There was drinks and snacks available right on the beach from vendors. This is a must do when visiting Ibiza. We visited other Beaches and they could not compare.
4.5 based on 436 reviews
Left the rented car in the beach car park at the top of the hill and walked down to the beach which is tinny and was absolutely crowded. Walked back to the car in less than 10 min after I had left it. The window on the back door had been forced and damaged (costed me a fortune with the rental company) and the contents on the boot were totally wiped out. It was so fast that certainty the thieves were watching and waiting.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
As the title says, it's a perfect little beach out of season in October. A stunning sunset too.
Please make sure you park in the correct car park and don't get a €200 parking ticket like I did and I was lucky, others had there cars towed. Admittedly I'd parked in a motorbike bay, thinking I'd be ok out of season. Wrong.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Fantasic expirence from these guys, in regards to the parasailing. The staff were professional, safe and up for the laugh. The only shame is that I was not aloud to take my own camera up with me.
5 based on 38 reviews
Came here a few times for drinks simply because of the friendly staff, especially the guy from Strabane. Was quiet when we were there but we were off season. Still drinks were good, the bar and toilets were clean so top marks from us!lovely to hear that! Big thanks for rating us!
4 based on 3 reviews
Probably the nicest beach in this part of Ibiza. You can get here by road or water bus. There are water sport activities for hire and a food / drink outlet which we thought was good value.
5 based on 12 reviews
This dive center is the best center because they treat you very well, it´s cheap and also they take you to the nicest Beaches of this wonderful island of IBIZA. Honestly, if you the chance go to Ibiza Dive Experience and explore the crystal water of ibiza. The best thing for us, was that after done it once we brought more people with us and they made us a big discount also, we booked for sunse on the boat and they give us free drinks and free fruit. It was amazing, the feeling of watching the sunset on the boat with music and really good and positive vibes. Definitely will do it again with my whole family. Thanks so much to all the Instructors and the captain, you are really trustful and we all felt really safe and comfortable with all of them. ;)
ThingsToDoWeb © 2018 All rights reserved.