About San Antonio
San Antonio Bay is the largest and liveliest tourist resort on the island and its long wide bay is lined with bars, restaurants and top clubs that are very popular to the British tourists.
Ibiza's second largest town is a hip and trendy destination and one of the top party hotspots in southern Europe. San Antonio is located on the western coast of this Mediterranean island and is surrounded by mile after mile of pretty beaches and lush countryside, but the real action takes place in the town's bustling city centre, which is packed with bars, restaurants, boutiques, and chillout lounges overlooking the harbour and the beach. San Antonio is a top destination for clubbers, shoppers, and for anyone looking to have a great time in one of Europe's most well-known seaside resorts.
When to Go
Like other towns on the western coast of Ibiza, San Antonio benefits from mild and reliable weather year round. The tourist season starts as early as mid-April, when average daytime temperatures can reach a pleasant 20 °C. June, July and August are the hottest months, as temperatures can reach the high 20s. Between May and September, holidaymakers can enjoy up to 12 hours of uninterrupted sunshine a day, and at an average of 22 °C, sea temperatures are ideal for swimming, surfing, and snorkelling.
Where to Stay
San Antonio's wide range of hotel options to catering for couples, groups, and solo travellers looking for great value and proximity to the town's hottest night clubs. Self-catering, bed and breakfast, and half-board options are available in San Antonio, as well as inexpensive all-inclusive package holidays at waterfront hotels.
Attractions & Events
San Antonio is a modern and buzzing town that offers the perfect mix of natural and man-made attractions. If you came here to catch some sunshine and unwind, head to the local beaches for a day of relaxation by the seaside. San Antonio's main beach (a pretty crescent-shaped bay that is half a mile long) is only a few steps away from the town centre. Continue walking along the waterfront and you will reach Cala des Moro, a picturesque cove surrounded by some of Ibiza's most iconic nightlife venues, such as the world-famous Cafe del Mar. All in all, there are five beaches within walking distance of the town centre, so take your pick -or visit a different one every day.
Once the sun goes down, San Antonio comes alive thanks to its fantastic selection of nightlife and entertainment venues. The bars and beach lounges along the town's Sunset Strip are the place to go to experience Ibiza's nightlife at its best. Here you will find famous clubs like Amnesia, Gatecrasher Ibiza, and Ocean Beach, or sunset bars like Golden Buddha and Cafe Mambo. San Antonio also caters to holidaymakers looking to enjoy a quiet drink at a swanky cocktail bar. But the fun doesn't end there, as San Antonio offers a range of exciting daytime entertainment activities, such as speed boat tours, parasailing, jet skiing, kite surfing, and kayaking. This resort is the place to go on a twister jet adventure and to try out one of the most thrilling water sports out there. You also have the option of visiting nearby attractions, such as Ibiza's capital city, or the island's interior, where mountain villages like San Rafael or Sant Miquel offer a change of scenery and a chance to discover the island's traditional cuisine.
In addition to the daily events organised at San Antonio's bars and clubs, visitors who are in town at the end of August can join the locals in the San Bartolome fiesta, which brings fireworks, live music, street markets, and a fun fair to this resort.
Why Visit San Antonio
Come to San Antonio and experience first-hand the town's lively atmosphere and exciting nightlife. This Ibizan town is the perfect destination for a cheap holiday under the sun. Contact the holiday experts at A1 Travel to benefit from amazing rates on accommodation and to get the best deals on your last minute holidays to San Antonio.
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