Sant Antoni Walking Tour
We start our walking tour from the bus station at the Passeig de la Mar. Buses leave the station for Ibiza Town every half-hour, four times daily to Santa Eul?ria and frequently to the southwest calas Vedella, Conta and Tarida. From the bas station walk eastwards along quay with Ferry Terminal and Marina full of yachts and boats on your left. There are some good caf?s and restaurants in the area. In a few minutes you reach wide green boulevard Passeig de ses Fonts, which greets you with a Fisherman Monument (small artistic value) and lovely fountains. At the point where the boulevard meets Avenida de Portmany, you will see the Sant Antoni?s landmark ? the Egg. Small tourist information office is in the end of boulevard, just across the street from the monument (Mon?Fri 9.30am?8.30pm, Sat & Sun 9.30am?1pm). Turn left and walk up along the narrow street of the West End. Ten minutes later on the top of the hill you will find whitewashed Sant Antoni Church (14th century). Leaving church on your left, continue to walk 100 yards or so and you will find second Fisherman monument (not much better than the first one). Turn left here and on the small Calla (lane) you will find an Internet caf? with unbelievably good rates (?1.5 for 30 min. or ? 2 for 1 hour). Continue to walk westwards, then turn left at Calle de La Mar which brings you down to the seafront - Passeig de ses Fonts. Retreat your steps to the Egg and continue your tour along Avda Dr Flemming which runs along the central beach. You will see plenty of caf?s, restaurants and shops here. Two famous San An clubs: Es Paradis and Eden are nearby, just off Avgda. Dr. Fleming. Both clubs are open May?October with entrance around ?24?33, and they book big-name DJs.