Ibiza is one of the most popular Balearic islands, which are located in the Mediterranean Sea, 79 km from the coast of Valencia in Spain. The islands of Ibiza, Formentera, and the islets that surround them, make up the archipelago Illes Pitiüses ("islands of pine trees"). Take the opportunity, while you are there, to rent a boat and explore these amazing islands. Wherever you decide to go, we are sure you will have great time on your rented boat.
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Ibiza, often called the "White Island" because of its eye-catching architecture, is one of the most popular destinations for boat rentals. Although primarily known for its wild party culture, today it has appeal for both families, older visitors, as well as for young people. The mix of dazzling nightlife, beautiful beaches and charming towns make Ibiza one of the most popular boat rental destinations.
Santa Eulalia is one of the biggest attractions for tourists, not only because of its modern design but also because of its exceptionally beautiful beaches such as Playas de Santa Eulalia, Cala Blanca, and Es Canor, which can be the perfect starting point for your yacht cruise. Another interesting city is San Jose. An area scattered with historic sites, the local residents are very proud of their church, perhaps the most beautiful one on the island. Tourists fall in love with the beaches of Cala D'or, Cala Bassa, Cala Taridd, and Es Vedraa. Take a day drip to either of these spots, drop your anchor and take a swim in an idyllic environment.
In Ibiza, 498 privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area
Ibiza is a paradise for sailers. Come in off season ! You will find lonely beaches and bays, perfect wind conditions and the most interesting nightlife in the Mediterranean Sea. A trip to Formentera is obligatory. As the islands are so little you can always find a protected beach for anchoring somewhere...
Just two days of sailing from Se Caleta. We loved Platja Llevant on Formentera - really beautiful
Formentera islands are reachable in less than 1 hour and offer great beaches for swimming and snorkeling and also nice restaurants. Es Vedra in the west of Ibiza is another must see, especially for sundown, but also with a beautiful lonely bay to go swimming. I recommend to start from Ibiza Marina.
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