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Book a ferry to San Antonio with AFerry. You can use San Antonio to take ferries around the Balearics and also to Spain. Domestic services in the Balearics are available from San Antonio to Palma while ferries away from the Balearics sail to Denia and Gandia.
San Antonio Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from San Antonio are operated by Balearia and Trasmediterranea. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of San Antonio, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to San Antonio, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Ibiza to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
San Antonio ferries with Balearia and Trasmediterranea are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to San Antonio will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
About San Antonio
The town itself is the largest and liveliest tourist resort on the island. Known as `San An' to the thousands of British clubbers who descend here each summer, the resort's proper name is Sant Antoni de Portmany. Its long, wide bay is lined with bars, restaurants and apartment blocks catering mainly for young British tourists.
There are a few small sandy beaches in the resort, and the spectacular beaches of Cala Conta, Cala Bassa and Cala Tarida are a short ferry ride away.
July and August are the best months to visit for those looking for buzzing nightlife, while the months of May and June, and September and October are most popular with families, couples and elder visitors.
Ferries to and from San Antonio
The Trasmediterranea fleet is modern and fast and they are designed so that the passenger finds the journey a part of his/her holiday. Onboard, there are swimming pools, spacious and luxurious cabins, bars, restaurants, cinemas, a disco, air conditioning and a spacious garage so you can take your own car.
Balearia's fleet of ships is well-equipped, with many of their boats offering a range of cabin and seating options, a bar/cafeteria, restaurant, TV and shops selling perfume, cosmetics and confectionery.
Both Acconia Trasmediterranea and Balearia offer great deals from San Antonio port, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
San Antonio Port
San Antonio is the second largest town on the island of Ibiza, located in the Mediterranean Sea, and belonging to Spain. San Antonio Ferry Port is situated on the west coast, ten miles (16km) from the airport and the capital Ibiza. From San Antonio Ferry Port you can get a ferry to Denia, Valencia and Barcelona with the Spanish operator Balearia and to Valencia with ferry company Acciona Trasmediterranea. All ferries from San Antonio can be booked online through AFerry.
San Antonio port facilities
San Antonio Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities.
Getting to San Antonio
San Antonio Ferry port is easily reachable from anywhere in the island with the motorways C-731 and the PM-803.
San Antonio Map
Sant Antoni de Portmany, 07820, Spain, Ibiza
Puerto De San Antoni, Ibiza, 07820, Spain
28 Jun 2018Overpriced
The ferry was really overpriced. It was cold inside and they did not serve food at the traveling time (starting at 8pm. Staff did not speak English, thus it made things even more difficult
Review by INDRE ALEKNAVICIUTE
16 Jul 2013Trip to Ibiza
Overall smooth trip. Only suggestion that they have is to fix reclining chairs. I would go back and travel again for sure!
Review by Srdjan Savic
13 Sep 2012Rough Ride and Not Enough Bathrooms
This ride was extremely rough and we counted seven different pukes from the twelve people in my group. There were not enough bathrooms to handle everyone getting sick. I would not recommend this trip unless you are very use to riding the rough seas.
Review by Anon
06 Sep 2012Valencia Ibiza Ferry
I had no idea the waters were so rough, no warning was given. Had motion sickness tablets on us from a cruise so wouldve given my wife one prior to the trip. There were several people vomitting and lying on the floor. The queues to board the ship was down the escalator and lots of people with luggage were all knocking against each other with the setup as it is a small place with no queueing system to ease the congestion. Many people didnt know that for 1 euro you could store your luggage so some bags with wheels kept rolling and knocking people as the storage room wasnt big enough or the bags were just piled by that door. There were limited if any english speaking people at the coffee shop (even though they were very friendly) and check in counters. With Ibiza being a popular international destination and most of the people on the ferry were Australian, South African, English etc, it would help if there were some English speaking people. Overall, I would still recommend the ferry as the port is near and its less expensive to travel in a group and if you can check in your luggage, it makes it more fun and relaxed if one is aware of the rough boat ride ahead and can act accordingly
Review by Roopesh Ranchod
01 Aug 2012Get a new captain
Everyone was sick, I drive my personal boat better.
Review by Anon