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San Antonio Holidays

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CurrencyEUR: Euro LanguageSpanish Flight Duration2 hours 15 minutes (from the UK) Time ZoneGMT +1 hour

The San Antonio of today is a far cry from the San Antonio that you would have seen a few decades ago; it’s morphed from a little fishing village into one of the liveliest resorts in Europe! While it’s a real mecca for clubbers, it’s also packed with shopping and dining hotspots, plus soft sands, which mean holidaymakers can enjoy a well-rounded Ibizan break, cocktails and clubbing aside.

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Great Things to Do

From chilled out days to hyped-up nights, San Antonio is full of brilliant beachlife, bars and bistros for exciting Ibiza holidays.

Sprawl on a Sunlounger

Naturally, one of the main attractions of San Antonio, as with most Ibizan resorts, is its beach. Lay claim to a sunlounger for the day, load up the suncream and bronze your bod on the resort’s purpose-built sands. Catch up on your book, nurse the hangover from the night before, or take a dip in the warm shallow waters. Bliss.

Slam Some Shots on Sunset Strip

San An’s Sunset Strip is where the afterdark magic happens, and buzzing is an understatement. Packed with everything from chilled out café bars to superclubs like Gatecrasher and Es Paradis, your evenings don’t have to be filled with tequila slammers and slamming tunes, but if that’s what you want, you’re in the right place.

Shop for Souvenirs

San Antonio, and neighbouring cool customer San Antonio Bay, are both full of shops and stalls that will quench any shopaholic’s thirst for retail therapy. Pick up a parasol to cover up on the beach, or invest in some sought-after Spanish Lladro pottery. Costume jewellery and island crafts are also popular buys.

Dine Out at the Mint Lounge

Even if you’re all-inclusive, dining away from your hotel for an evening is a must, and there’s no better place to check out than the Mint Lounge on Sunset Strip. It puts a twist on typical Mediterranean food, and if you grab a romantic spot on the terrace, you can watch the sunset over your meal. Café del Mar is iconic too.

Getting Around

As a major island resort, San Antonio is well connected to local resorts and towns by public transport, with buses and taxis available around the clock. Designated Pay-Park areas are ideal for drivers. Water ferries connect to some coastal resorts, and there’s a water taxi connecting to San An Bay. Mopeds are popular – remember to wear a safety helmet though, or the fun could go completely Pete Tong!

By Bus

There is an extensive bus service operating in San Antonio, with buses running to major resorts and Ibiza Town. The Disco Bus runs after midnight, mainly to ensure safe journeys between clubs and hotels.

By Car

Hiring a car allows holidaymakers to explore San Antonio and beyond, with freedom and flexibility. Remember that driving is on the right hand side of the road. Hire costs are cheaper than back in the UK.

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Passports and Visas

British citizens don’t need a visa to travel to Ibiza, but a valid passport is required. For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/

Health and Safety

Ensure you take out relevant travel and medical insurance before you travel, to protect you while away. An EHIC entitles you to emergency treatment. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health

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