Sa Punta des Molí is declared of Cultural Interest (BIC) and it is a complex protected by the Balearic Islands Heritage Law and one of the most unique and emblematic places of Sant Antoni, both for its history and for the elements ethnological and cultura
Cultural environment to enjoy art and learn about the way of life of the Ibizan people a hundred years ago.
The Cultural Space of Sa Punta des Molí is located in the bay of Sant Antoni de Portmany (Ibiza), it is a public estate of great heritage and cultural value not only for its geographical location, but for its past and its future, a place that has remained intact over time and is currently used as a cultural space where exhibitions and outdoor activities are held periodically. It was inaugurated in 1999, and a centennial mill, a ferris wheel, an exhibition hall, an old mill and an auditorium can be seen; facilities that allow to know the way of life and traditions of the Pitiüses islands until the beginning of the 20th century, in an environment of great beauty.
The Buenavista Mill was built in 1818 and remained active for more years (until 1929). It was attended by all the residents of the municipality and even other locations, such as Sant Josep and Sant Agustí. They moved to grind wheat and barley, in addition to other products, such as peas, beans or oats for animals
The exhibition hall, located in a typical house of Ibizan architecture, houses temporary samples of artists from the island and also from abroad.
How to get?
Sa Punta des Molí is in the bay of Sant Antoni. From the center of the town, take the road to Sant Josep and, when you reach a roundabout where there is a gas station, turn right. 300 meters ahead there is a street on the right between hotels. It flows into Sa Punta des Molí. You can also walk along the Paseo Marítimo from Sant Antoni southbound.