FOR SALE Ref: IS111 San Antonio - 4 bedrooms - €1.800.000

IS111

Designed by award winning architect, Solivent has uninterrupted, year round sunset views looking out to the Bahia and the island of Conijera. Sited in the community of Loma Pinar in the wooded slopes above Cala Salada -one of the most beautiful and popular beaches in Europe.

4 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms house. Largely open plan living spaces grouped around sheltered terraces, planting and large horizon pool (17.5m x 4m). High quality iroko joinery throughout and bespoke kitchen with granite worktops. Central heating, two wood-burning stoves and solar heating. Boules pitch and jacuzzi in the garden. Site area: 1,850 sq.m. House area approx: 275sq.m

Guide price:

1,800,000

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San Antonio

Famous for its sunsets in Café del Mar and lively night-time vibe, San Antonio is a great holiday choice and increasingly popular with 'stag n hens'. The pre-season months of May and June, and the later months of September and October are the times for couples to enjoy the new promenade, the safe, shallow waters of the bay and the fantastic beaches, just a short ferry ride away. The high season months of July, August and the beginning of September are the best time to come if you are looking for buzzing nightlife, when the predominantly British holiday makers are joined by an increasing number of German, Italian, Scandinavian and Dutch guests. As you approach the town of San Antonio, down the avenue of tall, leafy trees, you'll see the big roundabout at the entrance to the town San Antonio is one of the most popular and well-known resorts in the Mediterranean. It is 20 minutes drive from Ibiza Town and the airport, has great transport connections to the rest of the island and offers an incredible diversity of entertainment for all ages. The resort is dominated by the beautiful palm-lined promenade which skirts the harbour, constantly busy with yachts, speedboats and ferryboats. This harbour, called Portus Magnus by the Romans, is one of the most beautiful and famous natural harbours in Europe. It has an ancient and illustrious history.

The Beach

The beautiful wide and sandy main beach of San Antonio with its safe and shallow waters was created in Summer 2002. There are excellent watersports further along towards the Bay. It can be crowded in the high season, so why not catch one of the regular ferries to the nearby beaches on the West coast.

A day out on the sea

These ferries, which leave from sign posted points along the promenade, shuttle between the town and the hotels around the Bay. They also go out to the idyllic beaches of Cala ContaCala Bassa and Cala Tarida. Larger boats have daylong cruises to nearby Es Palmador and Ibiza's sister island of Formentera.

Sunset Strip

San Antonio today is most famous for its Sunsets - and rightly so. Throughout the Summer, holiday makers and locals alike flock to the 'Sunset Strip' (just West of the town) to admire the spectacular sunsets over a cocktail or two at one of the many cafés and bars. The 'Sunset Strip' is actually an area called Calo d'es Moro, and is a 10 minute walk from the centre of town.

Fiesta time

In its magnificent setting overlooking the Bay, the main Square with it exotic flowering trees, children's play park and cascading, musical fountains, is the focal point of the resort. It is also the best vantage point for the fabulous Fireworks Display which celebrates the fiesta of Saint Bartholomew on the 24th August. The centre of town where you will find all the night-time action is just a short stroll away.

Downtown San Antonio

There are many cafés and bars lining the central Square, their parasols adding a festive touch to the holiday scene, and further along the Port opposite the yacht club there are some very good restaurants. At the heart of the village stands a fine 14th century church. This central area also has a concentration of bars, discos, shops and eateries. Much of the town centre is now pedestrianised.  

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