Known all over the world for its beautiful and memorable sunsets, and for its sophisticated and pioneering nightlife, San Antonio has a wide range of options available in keeping with the superb standards of service demanded by luxury tourism.
The modern facilities on offer at the Yacht Club, based in the natural harbour formed by the bay, are some of the best in the Mediterranean, while the Estación Náutica, with its brand new IBIZA APP, provides an excellent service for yachtsmen both on land and at sea.
Lovers of the exclusive and those wanting to venture further afield will find tranquillity and beauty in the inland area of Santa Inés with its charming rural hotels. Or you could explore San Mateo and visit all of Ibiza’s wineries. Do not forget the unspoilt beaches around Sant Antoni, such as Cala Saladeta, and the stunning countryside along the north coast, with magical places like Punta Galera, Ses Margalides and Cala Aubarca.
To round off this journey through the nature, luxury and magic of Ibiza, you simply cannot afford to miss the sunsets from the coastline. You can live this wonderful experience in a party atmosphere on summer evenings at Ses Variades, in complete peace and solitude from the sea, or discreetly from one of the exclusive clubs and restaurants dotted around the lovely bay.
Our work is focused on making Fomento del Turismo de Ibiza an increasingly open forum for debate that draws together a wide range of interests, agrees strategies and stimulates professionals, workers, companies and organisations from all the island's economic and social spheres to benefit from membership.
We want Fomento de Ibiza to be an open forum for debate, one that agglutinates common interests, reaches a consensus as to the strategies that should be followed, and encourages professionals, workers, companies and entities from all the island’s economic and social walks of life to work together
Fomento del Turismo de la Isla de Ibiza (Island of Ibiza Tourism Development) is an association founded by a group of forward-looking people who set themselves the task of stimulating, promoting and developing the island's budding tourist industry.