The Bay of Sant Antoni is the most important tourist centre located on the western coast of Ibiza. This bay is made up of the town of Sant Antoni de Portmany on the north coast, and Cala de Bou on the south coast. The border between the two towns is Sa Punta des Molí, a pastoral area of this bay where we find an exhibition room which regularly holds exhibitions.
Beyond the beaches of this bay, and the more interesting beaches nearby, the most interesting thing is the variety of water activities that can be carried out in the Bahía de Sant Antoni; paddle surfing, scuba diving courses, water-skiing. The port of Sant Antoni, on the north shore, is also a great attraction in this area. All kinds of boats can be hired here to enjoy a day at sea, from kayaks to sailing boats. Boat trips can also be taken to the most beautiful beaches of the west, and even to Formentera.
This bay can be crossed almost entirely on foot by its huge walkway, which even passes the breakwater of the port. From any point, the spectacular sunset of the west of Ibiza can be contemplated. When night falls, hundreds of establishments turn on their bright signs to attract tourists. Some are large nightclubs, others are small bars or pubs, or even beach clubs, but above all, there is a wide range of restaurants of all kinds so that an incredible dinner can be enjoyed on the shore of the Bay of Sant Antoni.