Lagoon 400 S2 - Lagoon (2013)Sant Antoni de PortmanyCapacity 10Cabins 6 cabBerths 10+2Engine ---Draught 1.21mSize 39ftfrom 3 800 €3 610 €*from 17/06 to 24/06View detailsonline booking
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Ibiza: Two different worlds
Known worldwide as the party island, Ibiza’s identity is distinctively separated. On one hand, Ibiza is the place where the non-conforming escaped. This slowly transformed into the number one summer destination while shaping the culture of youth around the globe. Nightlife in Ibiza allows you to be your true self with no expectations or social constructs. From the beach to the club, there are always parties and clubs open for you to have fun. Pool parties at the legendary Ibiza Rocks Hotel and beach club parties at Ushuaia are what most vacationers frequent the island for. Wander around in Ibiza Town and stumble into up-beat high paced fun in any of the clubs here. On the other hand, Greener Ibiza, less high-energy and much more natural, is the perfect rejuvenation realm. Red soil, green flora and the blue sea are the trademark of the much calmer White Island. This part of the island has recently gotten attention for its famed spiritual powers. People choose the greener White Isle to release tension and stress ultimately finding themselves and discovering what truly makes them happy. Explore the town of Puerto San Miguel, situated on the north coast of the island, it is home to one of the most sheltered beaches on the island. There are amazing snorkel sites and ample watersports at the beach. Tranquility is inevitable in Greener Ibiza. Discover both during your yacht charter in Ibiza.
Best Hidden Beaches and Coves
Ibiza is home to some of the most famous beaches in the world, like the Platja d’en Bossa. With more than 50 beaches spread over 210 km, there are many secluded beaches with clear turquoise water. Visit Cala Llentrisca beach on the southern coast. This quiet beach features a rocky shore and is perfect for wading, snorkeling and swimming. Easily accessible for boats, Atlantis or Pedrera de Cala D’Hort beach is a marvel in itself. This ancient stone quarry is located at the foot of Savinar Tower. Only a few meters away from the Cala d’Hort National park, discover its natural swimming pools and faces carved in stone. This area is secluded because of its location. To access this natural wonder by land you have to cross an immense sand dune therefore this beach has little appeal from non-sailors. One of the most virgin coves on the island is Cala d’Albarca, earning the title of “Area of Special Natural Interest”. This is because of the lush green pine forests and sea-facing cliffs that surround the cove. At the northern tip of Ibiza, snorkel in the shallow sandy waters of Cala Es Carnet. During your yacht charter in Ibiza, you will enjoy the numerous anchorage points on each coast of the island. This makes it so much easier to enjoy the beaches and to splash around in its idyllic turquoise blue water.
Ibizan cuisine is similar to typical Mediterranean food but also has elements from all its past conquerors. Based in its Spanish roots, tapas are served in every part of the island. Usually eaten before having a proper meal, several portions can make a meal in itself. Fresh seafood is an integral element of the diet of locals. It is common to have seafood dishes made with cod, hake, swordfish, sole, amberjack and sea bream. All of these fish are plentiful in the water around the island and are caught daily. Try your own luck and cast a line on your yacht charter in Ibiza. Nothing is more rewarding than enjoying your prize catch! Ibiza has a long history of pig breeding, it’s local sausages the sobrasada and the butifarra are unique to the region and culturally important. Most traditional meals in Ibiza start with pan payes the country bread served with aioli and olives trencades. Two very traditional Ibizan dishes are Arròs de Mantança and Zarzuela de Mariscos. The first, is one of the most traditional and typical dishes in Ibiza. This dish is made of rice, local meat, saffron and mushrooms cooked in broth. Each Ibizan family has their own unique version of the dish. The latter is a seafood stew. Made from a mixture of shellfish and various types of fish, cooked in a saffron-flavored stock mixed with lemon and bay-leaf, this dish is a symphony of flavors. During your yacht charter in Ibiza, try Hierbas Ibicencas. These 200-year-old aniseed-flavored spirit drinks are made just by extracting scents from several herbs and flavoring including lemon, orange and thyme.
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