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Book a San Antonio Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the port of San Antonio in Balears to the port of Denia in mainland Spain
with the ferry operator Balearia Ferries
. Book a ferry from the port of San Antonio online.
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About San Antonio Ferry
Situated on the west coast, ten miles (16km) from the airport and the capital Ibiza, San Antonio is the largest and liveliest tourist resort on
the island. Known as `San An' to the thousands of British clubbers who descend here each summer, the resort's proper name is Sant Antoni de
Portmany. Its long, wide bay is lined with bars, restaurants and apartment blocks catering mainly for young British tourists. There are
a few small sandy beaches in the resort, and the spectacular beaches of Cala Conta, Cala Bassa and Cala Tarida are a short ferry ride away.
July and August are the best months to visit for those looking for buzzing nightlife, while the months of May and June, and September
and October are most popular with families, couples and elder visitors.
San Antonio, or Sant Antoni (the official Catalan name) is the second largest town in Ibiza Ibiza or Eivissa is one of the Balearic Islands (Illes Balears Catalan official name, Islas Baleares in Spanish) located in the Mediterranean Sea, and belonging to Spain. With Formentera, it is one of the two Illes Piti�ses. Major cities are Ibiza Town and San Antonio. , and is considered by British clubbers to be the clubbing capital of the world. It is situated on San Antonio Bay, on the west of Ibiza.
For two thousand years, San Antonio was a small fishing village, but it began to grow in the late 1950s when many hotels and tourist resorts were built as part of a mass tourism initiative which took place across Spain. By the 1980s, San Antonio had acquired the stigma of being the holiday location of choice for British The word Britain is used to refer to football hooligans, which lead to a decline in tourism in the area. However, it regained its popularity in the mid 1990s when it gained a reputation in Britain as having the best night clubs and DJs.