The main beach S'Arenal de San Antonio (which joins up with the Bay)
Location: In the centre in the resort of San Antonio
Facilities: Sunbeds, parasols, showers, lifeguards, access for the disabled, restaurants, bars, shops
Activities: Pedaloes, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, diving, boat trips
Size: 500 metres long, 50 metres wide
Below the splendid promenade, the Town Hall of San Antonio has created a long, wide beach of fine, white sand drawn from the sea. Being easy to walk to, and backed by holiday accommodation, this beach is popular but never appears full.
The waters are clean and shallow, so safe for children, and great for messing about in the water.
If you're young and trendy grab a sunlounger outside one of the fashionable bars (Bar M, Attica etc), found along the promenade close to San Antonio, and soak up the atmosphere and music. You'll easily find all types of hotels and apartments within a few minutes of these beaches.
There are excellent watersports facilities and boat trips can be caught to other beaches from the nearby Harbour.
Facilities: Fabulous selection of bars and restaurants along the length of the promenade - you'll be spoiled for choice! Also a small supermarket, two takeaway places; Burger King and Kentucky Fried Chicken and an ice cream parlour.
Getting there: Walk round the promenade from either San Antonio or San Antonio bay resort. Parking in San Antonio in the car park opposite the start of the promenade.
Caló des Moro (Sunset Strip)
Location: Near the sunset cafés in the resort of San Antonio
Facilities: Sunbeds, parasols, shower, toilets, lifeguards, access for the disabled, restaurants, bars, shops
Size: 60 metres long, 20 metres wide
Situated on the north side of town, around the bay from the harbour; follow the promenade, starting near to the jetty, that climbs upwards.
This beach has just got trendier and trendier over the years! Now it has a new promenade that takes you from this small beach past the sunset strip, where you'll find the famous bars such as Cafe del Mar, and onto San Antonio marina.
The beach is a small cove of soft sand nestled close to a good selection of beach bars and eateries.
Tip: Walk to the right of the beach along the coast, past the new developments, to reach the Aquarium situated on the small promotory. Here you can view local marine life.
Read more about the world famous Sunset Cafés.
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Facilities: Good number of bars and restaurants including the trendy Kanya and Sunsea bars.
Getting there: Walk from San Antonio centre or walk around the two promenades from the bay area. If driving, parking is good in the nearby streets.