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There are plenty of cool places too, but there’s an ugly side to Sant Antoni.
Chartering your own sailing yacht or motor/power boat will definitely give you the edge when it comes to exploring the more idyllic side of the White Isle.
By day you can charter a yacht or power/motor boat and cruise on the clear Mediterranean waters to one of the island’s 80 beaches and coves, by night you can moor at one of its five world-class marinas, before dining out in the splendid medieval Old Town or watching the sunset at Cafe del Mar in Sant Antoni…
and then let yourself get swept along by the madness that is Ibiza’s nightlife!
However you might not want to linger too long in this district.
Sant Antoni is also the epicentre of cheap package tourism on the island, and the town is characterised by unattractive high rise hotels, restaurants serving fish and chips, and screening episodes of Only Fools and Horses, and bars offering cut price drinks in a bid to capture the trade of passing lager louts.
It may only be the Balearic’s third largest island but its reputation eclipses both Majorca and Minorca, and its very name immediately brings to mind stunning natural beauty and a lifestyle of glamour and unbridled hedonism.
In fact, outside of the main tourist season – June to mid September – can be the best time to visit Eivissa as both the wealthy wayfarers, with their luxury yachts, and the drunken hordes, with their hangovers and henna tattooes, have returned to their native countries.
The city is located in the centre of Colombia, on a high plateau known as the Bogotá savanna, part of the Altiplano Cundiboyacense located in the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes.
It is the third-highest capital in South America (after Quito and Sucre), at an average of 2,640 metres (8,660 ft) above sea level.
A bit further from the centre and you’ll find superclubs like Pacha, El Divino and Space, which together with the other major clubs on the island have made Ibiza the centre of the world for dance music over the last decade or two – at least during summer.
Serving Ibiza Town by sea are both Botafoch Marina and Nueva Marina, where, as well as admiring the mega and luxury yachts of the rich and famous, you’ll be able to charter your own boat for setting sail and exploring.Life on the island centres around the capital, Ibiza Town, which started up as a Phoenician settlement way back in 700BC and is famous today for the majestic Dalt Vila (Upper Town) where a walled 16th Century fortress overlooks the rest of the capital’s Old Town.