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Sant Antoni de Portmany


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  • Sea front and terraces next to the sea. Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza.

This Ibizan town is known for its impressive sunsets and lively nightlife. However, it also has an interesting old town, beautiful inland landscapes and beaches with crystal-clear water.Read more...

What to see We suggest a trip to the Church of Sant Antoni, around which the city sprung up, and the defensive fortification of the Torres d’en Lluc towers. A circular set of turrets surrounded by impressive cliffs. Sant Antoni de Portmany has the second largest population on Ibiza and includes the parishes of Santa Agnès de Corona (with its underground chapel), Sant Mateu d’Albarca and San Rafel de Forca. Beaches There are many beaches and coves with crystal-clear waters and white sands on the coast with a backdrop of steep cliff faces and pine forest. The largest beaches include Caló des Moro and S’Arenal, whilst the best-known coves are Cala Salada and Cala Gració, just a few kilometres away. Nature You can tour spectacular landscapes amongst the pine and juniper groves, such as the protected area of Es Amunts. Another option for nature lovers is a trip to Cap Blanc Aquarium, known as ‘La Cueva de las Langostas’ or Lobster Cave. Gastronomy Try the tasty ‘pagesa’ salad: boiled potato slices mixed with onion, roasted red peppers and aubergine. And for desert, what could be better than the typical flaó: a cake made with cheese, eggs and mint.


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Sant Antoni de Portmany


Sant Antoni de Portmany