But what is there to see in Ibiza? Incredible coves and paradisiacal beaches, vegetation and nature... This island has it all! The Balearic archipelago's chameleon-like island offers the liveliest nights and the clubs that host the world's most famous parties. But it also transforms for those who are looking for a more peaceful trip: countless beaches and natural landscapes, home to the most beautiful coves, which are hidden along the island's coast. Are you more of the partying or the 'siesta' type?
At Click&Boat we want to help you discover all its charms. If you are a beach enthusiast, in Ibiza you will find fine sandy beaches with crystalline waters, as well as coves where you can dive and snorkel. Below we will show you some of the most beautiful coves on the island:
In addition to the island's natural beauty, there are a lot of other places to visit. In the city of Ibiza you can visit the Cathedral, the Castle and the Punic Necropolis of Puig del Molins, among many other points of interest. Don't miss the drumming party on Benirràs beach or go to one of the many typical hippy markets on the island.
Ibiza is an ideal place for a boat rental, as this destination has worldwide recognition. Its Mediterranean climate promises calm navigation, with the best months to sail being from April to October.
As for the ports available on the island, you will find a wide variety. Here are the most popular ones:
Only 2 miles away you can find the dreamy landscapes offered by the beautiful island of Formentera, with its crystalline waters and untouched beaches. Renting a sailboat in Ibiza will allow you the opportunity to make this crossing unforgettable! In the other direction you will find Mallorca and Menorca, with the services of a great capital but also with natural places like the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Cabrera Archipelago, which is uninhabited in order to preserve its magnificent flora and fauna as well as its nearby reefs.
Click & Boat offers a large fleet of boat rentals in Ibiza, whether it is a sailboat, motorboat, yacht or catamaran, do not hesitate to choose the one that best suits your holiday plan. You can also choose to rent a boat with or without a captain, depending on your level of experience. An original, fun and economical way to stay on the island.
Whether it's for its landscapes, its architecture or its great activities, you won't be able to resist the temptation! Ibiza is always a good idea.
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If there is an island that perfectly combines culture, paradisiacal beaches and leisure, it has to be Ibiza. Known for its white Mediterranean style buildings, the island of Ibiza is strategically located only 50 miles from the mainland, being the closest of the Balearic Islands. Can you think of a better way to get to know it than on board a boat?
The reasons for renting a boat in Ibiza are endless: you can get to know the island from a completely unique perspective, access lesser-known coves and are therefore much less crowded, or live a unique experience on board with your family or friends.
Are you ready to boat?
The average price for renting a boat in Ibiza can vary depending on several factors. Among them, the type of boat, the season, the age of the boat, the duration of the rental, as well as if captain and/or crew are requested. So when looking for a boat rental be sure to keep these in mind!
The opportunities for sailing around Ibiza are countless:
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Ibiza every day is more beautiful! We were in Porroig, splendid beach. The photographs of Es Vedrà, fantastic! We sailed at dawn from Porroig to Es Vedrà, I recommend observing the magic of Ibiza at that time of the day. There is nothing like the silent navigation of the new sailboat "Ariel". Come to Ibiza! Try the "Ariel".
Formentera is a beautiful place, Lots of hidden caves to view and some unbelievable beaches to moor up at. We visited the whole of the west coast in a day and had a great time. If you hire a boat this is a must do trip. Only thing to be cautious about is the open sea crossing between Ibiza and Formentera, it can get a little choppy at high wind.
Visit Ibiza and Formentera, particularly the caves for cliff jumping. Reserve a lunch spot in Formentera (Tiburon was amazing) the week before. A tender can pick you up so you are dry upon arrival at the restaurant. Overall the cruise to the isolated beaches and caves was 100% worth the money spent!!!
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