The 125 square kilometres of the municipality of Sant Antoni de Portmany allows visitors to discover coastal and inland corners of great landscape value.
The sea is one of the main attractions of Sant Antoni. It has a bay with a lot of nautical activity where you can enjoy a wide gastronomic offer. The promenade, which runs along the coastline of the urban centre until reaching Ses Variades, houses numerous musical res
taurants from which you enjoy a magnificent sunset, both in summer and winter.
The municipality is formed by the villages of Santa Agnès, Sant Mateu and Sant Rafel. The interior of Sant Antoni’s municipality offers natural landscapes that dazzle with its beauty such as the Santa Agnès Valley, where, in January and February, the almond trees in bloom offer an idyllic picture.