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So you have a trip booked to Ibiza. You are probably planning to party most of your money down the drain and want some free things to enjoy in your spare time. I have compiled a list of fun and interesting free things to try in Bahia de San Antonio, Ibiza.
Tip read: Ibiza with kids
Bahia se San Antonio isn’t far from San Antonio Bay – we walked between the two every day with a toddler, so you can do it no problem.
1. Explore the rock pools
Number 1 on our list was exploring the rock pools. This was one of our most favourite things to do and we actually did it most days. We found a few cool things in there, including sea urchins and snails.
I am sure with less distractions from a toddler and a better season you could find more awesome stuff though. You can even get a little net and actually try catch some creatures to examine (before putting them back of course.)
2. Explore the streets
We always make an effort to go out and get lost wherever we go. We have found the most interesting people, delicious food and cool places by doing this. This is something we did a lot of in Ibiza because of the lack of things to do there in April.
We walked around here for hours and came across some pretty awesome places. Which brings me to the next cool thing to do…
3. Find an abandoned beach
We found an abandoned beach beside an old amusement park. We headed down because we could tell there used to be something interesting there and we wanted to know what.
We were not disappointed anyway. What we found was a lovely beach which resembled the gorgeous shores we had been on in Thailand. One part of it looked like it had been used to host a wedding (see the picture above!) Another part had loungers no longer used, and a case with seats set up as if it were still open, but it wasn’t. We saw digital nomads working from the beach in the shade. This place really had an exotic feel to it.
Tip read: A walking tour of San Antonio Bay
We managed to pick up free wifi at the beach and I managed to stream a live video to Facebook of the location!
4. Take a stroll along the walk way to San Antonio
There is a pretty neat walkway which leads from Bahia de San Antonio to San Antonio Bay. Its super easy to find and easy to follow. It is all paved and you can get a buggy up there no problem.
5. Play at the park
There are parks everywhere in Ibiza. We found them everywhere we went exploring. One of our favourites was just off the walkway between Bahia de San Antonio and San Antonio Bay. We noticed it wasn’t just kids using it. There were adults there chatting and people actually using the park as a workout space!
If you want to do Ibiza on a budget you can also check out how we managed to get there for only £107 each.
Have you been to Bahia de San Antonio? What did you enjoy most there?