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    Fancy cheap, but wonderful local food just a very short walk away from the Sunset Strip in San Antonio? Want to hangout like the locals? This traditional Spanish bar is THE place! Great food! Nice service. A traditional Spanish chicken dinner, bottled water & 2 or 3 beers plus dessert ;) came to around 12€. If this is shut, right next door to the left is something very similar.
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      • Café del Mar
        0.31 Km from Café Cervantes
        Café del Mar (Catalan: [kəˈfe ðəɫ ˈma], Spanish: [kaˈfe ðel mar]; "Sea Café") is a record label known for its series of chillout CDs. The label originated from a bar located in Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza.
      • Privilege Ibiza
        9.72 Km from Café Cervantes
        Privilege Ibiza is the "world's largest nightclub" according to the Guinness Book of Records, with a capacity of 10,000 people. It is located not far from San Rafael, Ibiza, less than 1 km from the nightclub Amnesia. For fourteen years, Privilege hosted Manumission, one of the island's most famous events. After a dispute between the club owner and Manumission's organizers, the event moved to Amnesia. Originally called Ku, Privilege was a restaurant in the 1970s. The main room is the si...
      • Amnesia (nightclub)
        10.07 Km from Café Cervantes
        Amnesia is one of several internationally renowned clubs in Ibiza. It opened in 1976 and Cream founded by Joseph Mullen who took over the club in 1995 the venue was awarded Best Global Club in 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 IDMA Awards in Miami. The club is located close to the village of San Rafael on the highway between Sant Antoni de Portmany and Ibiza Town. The venue can host more than 5,000 people on the dance floors. Today, the previously open-air terrace is closed, but light still floods in as...

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      • Ibiza
        Sitting off the coast of Valencia in the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza is an autonomous community that is technically a part of Spain. Alongside its sister island of Formentera, it is one of the Pityuses, or Pine Islands, and is also part of the Balearic Island group. Traditionally, the island is known for being a party-centric destination, popular for its many famous nightclubs, events and DJs.

        Its nightlife is legendary and at times riotous; internationally well-known nightclubs are Privilege, Amnesia, Space, Pacha, Eden, and Es Paradis. During the peak summer season, famous leading dance-music DJ’s come to the island and play at the various clubs. Some of the most famous DJs run their own weekly nights around the island. Many of these DJs use Ibiza as an outlet for presenting new songs.

        However, there is more to Ibiza than the club scene. The island contains large portions of land that are registered as World Heritage Sites, and are thus protected from commercialisation and development, giving visitors a wide range of activities to choose from, whether it's soaking up the sun on one of the pristine beaches, or simply crawling through the beautiful, lush landscapes that the island has to offer.

        The islands themselves have been popularized as island destinations for thousands of years, with the Phoenicians first establishing a port in the Balearic Islands in 654 BC. Since then, the islands have seen the Romans, the Greeks, and more, and the remnants of ancient peoples can be seen in the varied architecture throughout. Even today there is evidence of a strong Moorish influence, yet the overall vibe of the Balearic Islands is definitely Spanish.

        Between the rugged coastlines, the sandy beaches, the Old Ibiza Town city ruins (similar in many ways to the old town of Nesebar in Bulgaria) with the old remnants of days long gone rising above the sea and the rest of the landscape like some craggy guardian, and places like Cala d’Hort, God’s Finger, Atlantis, or Cala de sa Galera, there is just too much to take in on one visit.

        Hardly surprising then, that this beautiful island is one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean, and as such the crowds can be somewhat spectacular in the summer months; be prepared to fight for beach space if you come here high-season in July or August.
        Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 11.8 58.7 53.2 23.1
      Feb 11.8 38.6 53.2 15.2
      Mar 13.4 34.2 56.1 13.5
      Apr 14.4 26.6 57.9 10.5
      May 18 13.3 64.4 5.2
      Jun 21.8 15.5 71.2 6.1
      Jul 24.1 3.7 75.4 1.5
      Aug 24.8 16.7 76.6 6.6
      Sep 23.1 45 73.6 17.7
      Oct 19.4 88.3 66.9 34.8
      Nov 15.6 94.8 60.1 37.3
      Dec 12.8 65.9 55 25.9

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        • Great place for some sandwiches and hangout with the locals. Perfect for breakfasts or a quick snack!
        • Simple and good food. It takes away your hunger with little money and a lot of sympathy
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        • Completely recommended, the lunch menu is of very good quality and delicious. Excellent price and attention.
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        • I have had a coffee some morning, they have treated us very well. It is right in front of the Cervantes school and the Can Soldat fruit and vegetable market. A greeting!!
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        • Menu at 10 euros, very well cooked, very friendly
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          Name : Café Cervantes
          Address : Café Cervantes calle madrid n°10 local 3, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Islas Baleares, Spain
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