San Antonio – What To See?

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San Antonio

Ibiza is a small island in the Mediterranean with an interesting culture, rich history and beautiful landscapes. It turns out that its attractions are not inferior to other regions of Spain – there is plenty to see for tourists of all ages! It’s mostly associated with partying, but that’s not all there is to do!

Party madness in Ibiza!

From its famous parties to its beautiful location, Ibiza is a place that every person should visit at least once in their life. The electronic music on this island also deserves recognition! It is home to two of the most party towns – Ibiza Town and San Antonio – and partygoers tend to move between the two depending on what attraction they have planned for the time.

How to get to San Antonio? 

If you’re arriving by plane, you have it easy, as there is a shuttle service available from Ibiza Airport to San Antonio. It can be booked in advance. This way we will already have transportation on site.

San Antonio

The clear blue sea meets the golden sand ofSan Antonio. The nightlife in the city is very lively, as this city is known for its very party atmosphere. However, we won’t be bored during the day either!

For beach lovers

The picturesque Cala Salada beach is one of the cleanest in Ibiza. It is located quite close to San Antonio, but it will be difficult to get there without your own or a hired car. There are beautiful stairs leading up to it. When you get there, don’t forget the right shoes because the walk will be much easier on the rocks and boulders as the beach is not sandy, but rocky. It is definitely worth a visit.

Church of San Antonio

One of the most impressive buildings in San Antonio is the old church. Its current appearance dates back to the 17th century when it had both religious and defensive functions.

St. Agnes Underground Chapel

San Antonio is also home to the Capilla de Santa Agnes underground chapel, which is also worth exploring. Interestingly, it was discovered in the early 20th century, although it was built much earlier. As the name suggests it was built for Saint Agnes. Why? Legend has it that a nobleman is behind everything – the only person who survived the storm and the sinking of the ship. This man had an image of St. Agnes with him and swore to her that if she survived, he would build a chapel for her in this place. This is what happened.

For nature lovers

Locals and visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the city. The climate is perfect for the exotic palm trees and rare plant species found here, so take a walk among them and see what you can find! The fresh air also comes naturally thanks to the pine forests nearby – these are always tempting to those who love fresh smells or just want peace and quiet away from a technology-driven lifestyle.

So it’s worth a trip to San Antonio, as it’s the perfect place for those who love parties and clubs, as well as those who feel great on the beach, among nature.