San Antonio to Valencia Ferry


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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.

About Valencia

Valencia's main tourist attractions are to be found in its cultural wealth, a sound infrastructure for business trips, a network of accommodation situated on clean beaches, its range of nature reserves, its varied calendar of fiestas and rich gastronomy.

In Valencia's center you will also find a medieval cathedral and its octagonal bell tower, El Miguelete, impressive city gates, and other monuments.


  • 06 Sep 2013
    Do Not Book - Served Frozen Chicken!
    • I would advise everyone to avoid this ferry at all costs. Firstly when arriving at the port there were no signs or information to help us locate the ticket office to pick up our tickets. This resulted in us searching for over an hour and almost missing our ferry. Then once we eventually boarded the ferry we decided to buy some lunch from the bar. 4 out of 5 of our group ordered a chicken baguette which was overpriced to start with. When we were served the baguette I took one bite and realised the chicken inside was completely frozen. I obviously returned to the bar and requested a different kind as I was clearly put off the chicken baguette. This request was not met as the rude barman said 'I heat up, I heat up' without uttering an apology. So after waiting another few minutes whilst the frozen baguette cooked in the microwave, I was given my baguette which was sizzling hot and the chicken inside was almost rubber. One of my group however STILL had frozen chicken inside her baguette. She returned to the bar and requested a different baguette or a refund in which the barman replied 'I cannot change this as you have already eaten some'! I forgot you should assume your chicken will be frozen! We all threw our sandwiches in the bin and went hungry on a 7 hour ferry. I will also add after we made a complaint to the company, nothing but a simple 'sorry' given. Will never book again.

      Review by Keir Di Biase

  • 22 Jul 2013
    Easy, fast and not expensive
    • It was our first ferry trip. We enjoyed much with this large-large ferry going into deep ocean :)

      Review by Anon

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