Ibiza Morning - Sant Antoni de Portmany
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Sant Antoni de Portmany

A real postcard.

Sant Antoni is one of those places that make you want to stroll, walk or break everything for enjoying.


A charming village, it has become over the years a well known destination on the island. As evidenced by the development of many hotels, restaurants and clubs. To feel the atmosphere, nothing beats walking along the promenade and the Passeig de ses Fonts. You will find shops offering typical local products such as ceramics, embroidered fabrics and wines.


If you prefer a more authentic visit, Sant Antoni will also satisfy you.


The chapel of Santa Agnes is not to be missed. An underground construction declared a national monument. This is the oldest Christian place of worship in Ibiza! A chapel with a strong history, it contains objects of Roman, Muslim and Punic origin. Another visit not to be missed is the prehistoric cave of its Fontanelles. Inside, drawings from the Bronze Age, 1000 years BC.

Sant Antoni is a perfect destination for a family trip thanks to its many activities. But if you prefer to rest on a beach you will face severals choice, especially Cala Salada, one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.


Clear water, fine sand, and breathtaking scenery. You can go for a walk on the side of Calos des Moro beach, a few hundred meters from the village center. One advice: stay absolutely for sunset, you won’t regret it.