Why choose Sant Antoni de Portmany?
Sant Antoni de Portmany, named Portus Magnus by the Romans, is the second largest town in Ibiza, which is a part of the Pityusic Archipelago, along with S'Espalmador and Formentera islands. The shoreline of Sant Antoni is littered with quiet coves and numerous bays and beaches, situated beneath thick pinewood branches. The Sant Antoni bay is one of the few bays in the Mediterranean facing west, so it provides the most astonishing sunsets on the island, best enjoyed slowly cruising on a boat into the setting sun. Sant Antoni de Portmany is also considered to be one of the clubbing capitals of the world and, supported by an international community, hosts the best parties and DJs.
What to do and see on your yacht charter in Sant Antoni de Portmany?
The building block which made Sant Antoni de Portmany grow, was the church of Sant Antoni, around which the rest of the town was being centred. Numerous shops, bars and restaurants line up on the seaside promenade, offering souvenirs and gastronomical delicacies. Freshly caught grouper is served lightly grilled with the "flao", a cheesecake with egg and mint, combined with some excellent local wine. After-hour entertainment is best sought in the club Café del Mar, a famous beach bar, or in Amnesia, Mambo and Savannah clubs. Throughout the year, many festivals of different varieties are held in and around Sant Antoni de Portmany, attracting as much party enthusiasts as possible. Outside the city, the towers d´en Lluc are a potential point of interest, as is the observation point of Ca´n Bernadet, with astounding views of the bay, or Salada Cove, a well-known fishing spot. The old windmill of Sa Punta des Molí is a local historical attraction and a blast-from-the-past, as is the underground chapel of St. Agnes, built in a solid rock. There is also the Cap Blanc Aquarium, built as a part of a natural underwater cave system, which lets you observe indigenous aquatic life.
Sailing season - When to charter in Sant Antoni de Portmany?
The highest air temperatures Sant Antoni experiences are in August, July, and September, when the air temperature is around 30 degrees Celsius, not lowering beneath 22 degrees in the evening. The driest months are July, June and May, with the lowest chance of rain occurring in June. Wind is usually calm in Sant Antoni de Portmany, with the windiest month being March, which means smooth sailing from April to October. If you book your charter well in advance, you won’t be billed as much as everyone else that are booking it in June or July, the busiest and most expensive months for Sant Antoni.