Accommodation San Antonio Centre
With connections to the whole of the island
Ibiza is the third-largest and the westernmost of the Balearic islands. It lies between the 38º 50' 40" and 39º 06' 22" parallels and 1º 17' 27" and 1º 37' 48" meridians. It is 82 km from Mallorca, 97 km from Cabo de Nao in Alicante, and 138 nautical miles from Algeria in Africa, although the closest island is Formentera. This island is only a few miles away and much smaller, but is another Mediterranean paradise. It is a must to visit during your stay in the centre of San Antonio.
Visiting Ibiza is easy, as there are daily connections from Palma de Mallorca, Formentera, Barcelona, Denia and Valencia by boat, and from Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Alicante by private yacht; you can moor in several sailing clubs or some of the natural harbours (coves protected from the wind).
Ibiza has a large amount of accommodation: hotels, apartments, hostels, rural hotels, houses, etc. You can get around the island by public transport (taxi and bus) or various types of hire vehicle (cars, motorcycles and boats).
Enjoy the Balearic islands. We are your accommodation in the centre of San Antonio, you won't be sorry!
Beaches near the centre of San Antonio
The characteristics of Ibiza are the island's main attraction. Covering an area of 572 km2, Ibiza has 210 km of beaches and very mild temperatures, which mean they can be enjoyed all year round. Along more than 18 km where white sands meet crystalline water, you can bathe on beaches that provide all services and varied ambience. There are coves like Cala d'Hort, dominated by the imposing, magnetic fascinating isle of Es Vedrà.
Other beaches of outstanding beauty are Platges de Comte, spots corners like Es Pou des Lleó, and large, world-famous beaches such as Platja d'en Bossa and Es Figueral. Ses Salines and Es Cavallet beaches are in nature reserves and boast a sand dune system of great ecological importance. The island's beaches are notable for their singular beauty and transparency of the turquoise-blue water, thanks to posidonia oceanica. You can also sample the culture of the island with a visit to the Phoenician village of Sa Caleta and ancient defence towers circling Ibiza's coastline.