The beach is enjoyed all year round by athletes and people who enjoy a walk and the breeze of the sea, the aroma of salt and the wonderful views of the Bay of Palma. In the back part of the beach is a cycle path that connects the Portopí district, where you can visit the lighthouse of the same name, one of the oldest in Europe, with the tourist center and Ciutat Jardí. In the summer, you can enjoy all sorts of services on the beach of dark sand - 750 meters long and 15 meters wide - such as the rental of sun loungers and parasols, life guards and amphibious seats for disabled guests. The little deep and very clean water make this place a perfect enclave to spend a beach day with the kids.
Can Pere Antoni is bordered by groins; towards the east, the beach borders on the Es Molinar district, the neighborhood with the largest fishing village of Palma. Here you will find excellent restaurants specializing in rice, fish and crustacean dishes. Thanks to its proximity to the capital (2 km), you can reach the beach by bike, on foot or by public transport, and combine the bath in the sea and in the sun with cultural visits or shopping.