Water Taxis and Ferries from San Antonio Ibiza
San Antonio is one of the best places to base your holiday in Ibiza as the transport links across the island from San Antonio are second to none.
Being an island, naturally everywhere can be reached by water so here is a list of water taxis and ferries you can get from San Antonio.
All these ferries depart from the main waterfront in San Antonio with several operators running the same routes, so be sure to check their individual times before boarding to avoid confusion. Although I can think of worse things than being stranded on one of Ibiza’s beautiful beaches.
Most run from early May until the end of October with varying times across the season.
You can find an accompanying large map here of the locations mentioned below or a small version is at the foot of this article.
From the waterfront to:
Hotel Hawaii (every 30 mins)
Mar Amantis (every 30 mins)
Cala de Bou (every 30 mins)
Port Des Torrent (every hour)
Playa Pinet Reggae beach (every 30 mins)
Aquarium (Cala Gracio) Several times daily
Cala Conta (several daily)
Cala Bassa (several daily)
Cala Gracio (several daily)
Cala Salada (every other day)
Day trips by boat
Formentera (daily in peak season July – September)
Punta Arabi Hippy Market (Wednesdays only)
Benirras Beach for the Hippie Sunset (Sunday only)
Whole Island Tour (Mondays and Friday)
Portinax (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday)
The Caves Cruise San Miguel (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday)
Es Vedra (daily in the afternoon)
Chilli Pepper Charters, day and evening cruises for swimming, snorkelling, cliff jumping and exploring the coastline around San Antonio (ideal for families and children).
They operate daily out of San Antonio and in are in abundance. For more information click here.
As I said above do check beforehand at the individual booths for exact sailing times and days when you purchase your ticket, but hopefully, this guide should give you a great idea of just how accessible the island is from San Antonio.