After the city of Ibiza, one of the most visited areas of the island, thanks in large part to its restaurants, discotheques, beaches and its incredible historical centre, Dalt Vila, the town of San Antonio, with its famous bay and beachfront, is another of the most emblematic places in Ibiza. If you ask about what to do in Ibiza, in San Antonio you are sure to find many answers, some of them a few minutes away from the Cubanito Ibiza Suites Hotel.
Leisure and catering in all corners of San Antonio Bay
With a similar proposal to Playa d en Bossa, perhaps even more festive and noisy, San Antonio bay is a place that stands out for the beauty of its coves and beaches and also for its wide range of nightlife, restaurants and beach clubs that are found among its streets. Café Mambo, Kumharas Ibiza and Savannah Ibiza are some of the reference places in the area, while places like Villa Mercedes or Rio Ibiza offer incredible views of the San Antonio port.
Las Dalias, the best in Santa Eulàlia
It is the preeminent market in Ibiza. This is a summary of what Las Dalias means to both island residents and tourists. Born in 1954 as a road bar, little by little Las Dalias became a reference point for leisure activities in Ibiza. In 1985, gallery owner Helga Watson and the founder’s son, adapted the garden to start what is now known as the Las Dalias market, a space with five stalls in which handmade products are sold by young Europeans and North Americans, thus giving birth to the concept of the current market. Today, more than 350 families work daily to keep the essence of this market intact.
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Incredible coves and beaches
As it couldn’t be any other way, the beaches and coves that are scattered along the coast of Ibiza are another of the great attractions that Ibiza has to offer. Although in the city of Ibiza you can visit some of the most emblematic beaches and coves, such as Playa d en Bossa or Cala des Jondal or Sa Caleta, a large part of Ibiza’s most impressive coves can be found in the Santa Eulalia area and the bay of San Antonio. Thus, the coast of Santa Eulalia hides coves as beautiful as Cala Llonga or Cala Nova, while in the bay of San Antonio you can find coves as popular as Cala Salada, Cala Compte, Cala Tarida or Cala Bassa.