Sant Antoni de Portmany is one of the most desired by European tourists, about 20 minutes from Ibiza town, the splendid beauty of the Bay and its spectacular sunsets on the coast of Variades countries. The town has evolved over time, from having a typical rural economy to provide a comprehensive range of services, hotels and places of commerce dedicated to tourism.
What to visit?
eulalia1 Along the promenade is the Passeig de ses Fonts which is the center of Sant Antoni, which houses all the activities of people (Hall, multiple terraces, shops and sites involved in outdoor activities). From Passeig de ses Fonts provides access to the interior streets of the village where there are numerous bars, restaurants and all kinds of shops, including Ibiza can find fashion and other products specific to the island and hand embroidered fabrics, leather work , pottery, jewelry and a cuisine that includes baked goods, cheeses, sobrasadas, spirits and wines, among others.

Outside the center of Sant Antoni, the cave is Fontanelles months, which houses a collection of paintings. Located in a rugged area between Sa Forada and Cap Nono, this cave, which is accessed from Cala Salada, also called sa Cova des Vi (wine cave), and who served in the cellar. Its walls refreshing wine helped to better withstand the heat, without vinegar. The drawings were made in the Bronze Age (1,000 BC), according to a French archaeologist Henri Breuil Abbot, who discovered them in 1917. On the west wall of the cave you can see drawings of ships. This tour can be added the attraction of the beauty of the landscape of cliffs, which is maintained throughout the municipality, following the coast northwards.

eulalia2 Another point of interest is the Chapel of St. Agnes. From Calle Obispo Torres, continuing along the Ramon y Cajal, to the Ramons cas road on the outskirts of the city (1.5 km away), you reach a hill, inside which is the underground chapel Santa Agnès. According to popular legend, a ship was about to sink with all its passengers. One of them, carrying the image of the Virgin of Santa Ines, promised that if he saved the life he dedicated a chapel. And indeed it was. The chapel was discovered in 1907 and every August 24 is the feast of St. Agnes in memory of that day in 1300, which worked the miracle and sailors arrived safely Sant Antoni. It has been a center of worship at different times, as within objects have been found which are attributed to the Punic, Roman and Muslim.

Two miles from downtown San Antonio, near Cala Gració, next to the road is the road to Cap Blanc Aquarium is also known as sa Cova de ses Llegostes. Place of refuge until recently Monge Seals and is a beautiful natural cave. For a long time this was a place where festivals were held, and today is a natural aquarium where visitors can admire the wide variety of marine fauna pitiusa.

 eulalia3 But even the best known face of the municipality is the Bay of Sant Antoni, foman also part of the municipality of Sant Rafel people (the only one of the island declared a "Zone of Interest Craft '), Sant Mateu (known for its production of wine) and Santa Agnès de Corona (with a characteristic landscape of almond and pure nature).

From Sant Mateu you can go to Ses Torres d'en Lluc, an archaeological site composed of two ancient towers and a wall that some historians assert that correspond to the Middle Ages.

Hikers can walk from Sant Antoni different routes that run through cultivated fields, pine woods, beaches and cliffs, a diverse landscape where nature and beauty. Sports fans also have in Sant Antoni is a benchmark for the possibility of practicing water sports from cycling, while providing sports facilities of various kinds.

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If you are interested in applying can go to any mooring Club Nautico de San Antonio (CNSA), where it quickly manage and effectively

Marina Sant Antoni

 The CNSA Facilities Water sports are comprised of 579 berths between 6 and 30 meters distributed in 10 piers.



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