Sant Antoni de Portmany - Ibiza live cam

View of the Sant Antoni de Portmany beach in the Balearic Islands

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "Robert Andrew"

    why spoil a great view with a huge big add like that.. could you not shrink it a bit skyline and put it up top left of the screen where their is only sky to view ????

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    • 1 month ago
    • "pete"

    wish I was there the Hawaii is to expensive now

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    • 2 months ago
    • "pete"

    wish I was there I love this beach been there many times

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    • 4 months ago
    • "pete"

    nice to see it is getting busy love this beach

  • avatar
    • 5 months ago
    • "pete"

    27 in Ibiza and 27 in Brighton UK

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Ray"

    That should say “ hundreds of CATS were living”

  • avatar
    • 6 months ago
    • "Ray"

    I’ll have another go.
    Pete. We loved the Hawaii and can see the room we stayed in on Google earth 3D. The area in front of the entry door was a derelict triangular area where hundreds of cars were living. We fed them everyday. Where the windmill beside the hotel is now was an undeveloped scrub land.
    Nookie. I was born in 1967. Loved your story. My first stay in SA. was the hotel behind Els Pins. It was called the Clippe’ back then, but that’s changed now.

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Ray"

    Nookie, James and Pete. I sent a little reply to all of your comments and they showed for a few minutes, but now only one is showing. Hmmmm. Does someone edit the comments

  • avatar
    • 6 months ago
    • "Ray"

    James. I still have my old fashioned camera as well as a selection of new fangled digital ones. On those very rare occasions I go back to it, it takes a little while to get my head around operate it again. And boy do I miss using a screen.

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    • 6 months ago
    • "nookie"

    Now just a minute you young guy,s, Ray, Pete, and James I was on this beach in 1967! the Hawaii hotel was just being built, if you look you can see, on the web cam, a long hotel, on the left, I think it is called, or was called Els Pins, that was the last hotel before you got to Cala Bassa beach, Gordon Banks, England goal keeper was on the small beach there, we stayed at the San Remo, just out of shot on the left, a few 100 yds. before Els Pins. We paid about £70 each for full board/ flight with Clarksons Holidays from Luton in mid July. Now the important bit, cuba libre 5 pesetas, bottle of san Miguel 3, local brandy 2, good brandy, 3!!! a local fisherman rowed us across the bay to San Antonio Abad 9 o clock ish, then waited till we came back, about 1, 2, in the morning, cost us 2 pesetas each, yes he had a good tip! first time in Spain, been going ever since, Happy Days.

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    • 6 months ago
    • "James McIntosh"

    Ray, I was taking photos in the old fashion way up till 2006 when my partner unsubtely suggested it was time to move into the digital age!

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    • 6 months ago
    • "pete"

    I love this beach we stayed in the Hawaii many times

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Ray"

    Just this afternoon I dug out my old fashioned photos taken on an old fashioned camera in the old fashioned 1990s way. I took a panoramic of the bay made up of 14 individual shots, taken from behind the lettering on the roof top of the Hawaii hotel, just a few meters to the right of this camera. Aaaah the memories.....

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Robert Andrew"

    Yeah the sunsets on this cam are out of this world...

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    • 6 months ago
    • "James McIntosh"

    Lovely sunset on here. More interesting than the Cafe del Mar cam.

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Robert Andrew"

    its great to see life back on the beach..