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San Antonio

San Antonio

San Antonio is located on the west coast, ten miles (16km) from the airport and the capital Ibiza, San Antonio is the largest and liveliest holiday resort on the island. Known as 'San An' to the thousands of British clubbers who descend here each summer, the resort's proper name is Sant Antoni de Portmany. San Antonio's wide bay is lined with bars, restaurants and apartment blocks catering mainly for young British and European holidaymakers.

There are a few small sandy beaches in the resort, and the spectacular beaches of Cala Conta, Cala Bassa and Cala Tarida are a short ferry ride away. The beaches of San Antonio are ideal for swimming, with shallow and safe water. July and August are the best months to visit for those looking to experience the buzzing nightlife in San An - arguably the best party resort on the best party island in Spain - while the months of May and June, and September and October are most popular with families, couples and older visitors who prefer to avoid the fashionable hubbub of the peak summer months.
 

There is a selection of shops in and around San Antonio catering for holidaymakers, from the inevitable bucket and spade stores to designer boutiques. Good buys include the local porcelain and leather goods. The local supermarkets are great and stock all the well-known brands (particularly British brands); alcohol and cigarettes are particularly cheap. Ibiza Town is the best place to find the latest fashion accessories; the shops don't close until well after midnight during the high season and in the evenings the port area takes on the ambience of a hippy market with street vendors and stalls selling everything from jewellery to cheap CDs.
 
The resort has a huge variety of restaurants and fast food joints. San Antonio has three areas: 'The West End', which is packed with lots of small bars, fast food restaurants and pavement cafés; the more upmarket 'Sunset Strip', where the better restaurants are found; and 'The Bay', which has an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants, clubs and hotels. Some restaurants offer good local Spanish fare and excellent locally-caught seafood but the majority cater for more British tastes with international staples like hamburgers and chips, full English breakfasts and Sunday roasts. Chinese, Indian and Italian food is also readily available.
 
San An is a joy for party animals! Cafe Del Mar is San Antonio's most celebrated social venue and a must for all visitors and holidaymakers looking for a good night out. Ibiza is synonymous with clubbing and the nightclubs in and around San Antonio attracts the best DJs from around the world. A great place to start off the evening is in one of the bars along the Sunset Strip. Privilege is said to be the world's largest club, located on the long straight road to the Ibiza Town.
 

The safe, shallow waters of San Antonia bay are great for swimming and holidaymakers can find some of the best beaches only 20 minutes away by public transport or ferry. Water sports and scuba diving can be organised at the seafront and on land everything from golf and tennis to quad biking, go-karting and horse riding can be arranged, making Ibiza a great destination for sports enthusiasts. The interior of the island and much of the coastline is surprisingly unspoilt and can be easily explored, and Ibiza's historic Old Town is well worth a visit for a bit of culture.

 

Refurbished In 2011 Winter, This Family-Friendly Hotel Comprises 46 Studios.Suitable For Couples, Families And Friends Looking For A Relaxing Holidays. Location It Lies About 4km From San Anotnio Town, And Its Located In A Quiet Area, Near The Hearth..
Hotel Brisa has got everything you need for a great Club 18 to 30 holiday. Decent pool; fun atmosphere and; most of all; a banging location. With a cosy pool area and a bar serving tasty stomach liners all day long. You'll be in your element.300m..
S'Estanyol Hotel, situated on the S'Estanyol beach with beautiful views over the marvellous San Antonio bay. The hotel has totally been refurbished during the winter season of 2006, offering luxury and an excellent quality, typical of the first category..
Stella Maris Paraiso is 100 metres from Ibiza's San Antonio Harbour and 150 metres from Cala Grassio Beach. It offers swimming pools, tennis courts, a mini golf course and spa. Stella Maris features attractive low-rise buildings surrounded by gardens...
AVAILABLE MAY TO OCTOBER - The Club Stella Maris is a family holiday complex with plenty of activities on offer. The complex is only 300 metres from the beach and just 3 miles to the lively resort of San Antonio
Location The hotel is approximately 3.5 km from San Antonio town, and just a few metres away from Punta Xinxo Beach. There are great public transport connections, with a bus stop a few metres away from the hotel where busses take guests to the nearest..
Further information about this hotel will be available shortly Location This residence has a very good location, right next to the bus station and the center of Sant Antoni. Rooms Rooms are spacious and bathrooms are bright. Most have terraces.
The Mar Amantis complex, made up of two separate buildings, is situated in San Antonio bay in Ibiza. One of the buildings is on the seafront and the other barely 100 m away, with a garden area and swimming pools. Both buildings provide all the services..
The Marina Palace Apartments are in the Port Des Torrent area of San Antonio Bay, Ibiza and offers a total of 55 apartments spread over 4 floors with good facilities. There is a golf course 20 kilometres away, the beach is just 100 metres from the apartments,..
The Marina Palace Prestige Apartments are in the Port Des Torrent area of San Antonio Bay, Ibiza and offers a total of 55 apartments spread over 4 floors with good facilities. There is a golf course 20 kilometres away, the beach is just 100 metres..
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