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207 Boats to rent in Ibiza
Ibiza has been at the forefront of the party scene for decades. Located off the coast of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea, this island is one of legend. A top travel destination for yachtsmen and partygoers alike, there is so much to discover during your yacht charter in Ibiza. The best way to experience a country is to indulge in its cuisine. It directly reflects the island’s history, location and people. Since Ibiza is an island, you have the upper hand. You can stop ashore for a fun night and set sail in the morning sun to discover a beach or cove by midday! Ibiza (or Eivissa as it is called in Catalan) is a must-visit destination that captivates visitors with its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, rich history, and beautiful natural landscapes.
Ibiza: Two different worlds
People travel far and wide to visit the party island, but Ibiza has so much more to offer its guests. On the one hand, Ibiza is the place where the non-conforming escaped. Ibiza has 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 without expectations or social constructs. From the beach to the club, there are always parties and clubs open for you to have fun. Guests will love 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.
But Ibiza is more than just a club-filled island. It also boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Each Ibiza beach offers something for everyone to enjoy, from secluded coves to bustling resorts. Some of the most popular beaches we recommend guests visit while on a yacht charter include Cala Bassa, Cala Comte, and Playa d'en Bossa.
The island's landscape is also worth exploring. The rugged Tramuntana mountain range dominates the island's north, while rolling hills and picturesque countryside characterize the south. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. Greener Ibiza, less high-energy and much more natural, is the perfect rejuvenation realm. Red soil, green flora and the blue sea are the trademarks 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. Tranquillity 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 and comfortable heat from the sun. 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 must 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 much easier to enjoy the beaches and splash around in its idyllic turquoise-blue water.
The sunset in Ibiza is a breathtaking spectacle that captivates visitors from around the world. As the sun begins its descent, the sky transforms into a vibrant canvas painted with hues of orange, pink, and gold. The sun gracefully sinks below the horizon, casting a warm and gentle glow across the island.
One of the most iconic places to witness this magical sunset is at Café del Mar, a renowned beachfront venue known for its stunning sunset views. As the sky transforms into a mesmerizing palette of colors, the atmosphere becomes filled with a sense of tranquility and awe.
The cuisine of Ibiza is similar to typical Mediterranean food but also has elements from all its past conquerors. Based on its Spanish roots, tapas is 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 and one that guests travel from around the world to eat. 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 family in Ibiza 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-flavoured stock mixed with lemon and bay leaf, this dish is a symphony of flavours. During your yacht charter in Ibiza, try Hierbas Ibicencas. These 200-year-old aniseed-flavoured spirit drinks are made just by extracting scents from several herbs and flavouring including lemon, orange and thyme.
One of the main attractions of Ibiza is its nightlife which travelers come from far and wide to experience a lively night in an Ibiza club. The island is famous for its clubs and parties, and some of the biggest DJs in the world play in Ibiza every night during summer. If you're looking for a night out, there are plenty of options, from small bars to mega-clubs.
Pacha is regarded as the most popular club in Ibiza. It has been a fixture on the island's night scene for over four decades and is known for its lively atmosphere, world-class DJs, and iconic cherries logo. Other popular clubs in Ibiza include Amnesia, Ushuaia, DC-10, and Privilege.
Best places to visit in Ibiza
- Ibiza Old Town (Dalt Vila): Explore the UNESCO-listed Ibiza Old Town with its ancient fortress, charming streets, historic buildings, and panoramic views.
- Es Vedrà: Take a boat trip to this mystical island known for its striking beauty and stunning sunsets. Es Vedrà is also believed to have spiritual and magnetic properties.
- Formentera: Take a day trip to the neighbouring island of Formentera, known for its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and laid-back atmosphere. Formentera is situated south of its sister island, Ibiza. Formentera is often considered a tranquil paradise of Spain, offering a more relaxed and unspoiled alternative to its neighboring island.
- Cala d'Hort: Enjoy the picturesque beauty of Cala d'Hort, a stunning beach that offers breathtaking views of the iconic Es Vedrà rock formation.
- Santa Eulalia del Río: Visit the charming town of Santa Eulalia, known for its beautiful marina, sandy beaches, and relaxed atmosphere. Explore the town's shops, restaurants, and promenade.
- Benirrás Beach: Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Benirrás Beach, particularly on Sundays when locals and visitors gather to enjoy live drumming performances during as the sun sets in the background.
- San Antonio: Explore the lively town of San Antonio, known for its bustling nightlife, waterfront promenade, and famous sunset strip. The Sunset Strip of San Antonio is famous for its breathtaking sunsets. People love to gather at the beachfront bars and restaurants like Café Mambo and Café del Mar to enjoy the view of the blazing orange sun while sipping cocktails and listening to music.
Planning the perfect yacht charter
When you charter a yacht in Ibiza, there are a few things to consider. The first is the type of yacht you would like to charter. Many types of yachts are available, including monohull, catamaran, and motorboat options. Monohulls are the traditional type of sailboat and are known for their speed and traditional sailing experience. The catamaran is becoming increasingly sought after in the Balearic islands due to its spaciousness and stability. Motorboat yachts are ideal for those who want to explore the islands in style and luxury.
Globesailor has incredible fleets of sailboats, catamarans, motor boats and luxury yachts to offer you for rental. Our boats range in length, size and year of manufacture, as well as the number of berths and cabins to accommodate your preferences. Choose the boat of your dreams, which fits the needs of you and your guests and spend a week or two cruising around the waters of Spain to famous locations such as San Antonio and Formentera.
You can also choose between renting a bareboat yacht charter and hiring a skipper and crew. For a bareboat charter, this means that you will have no crew aboard the boat. You will be the ship's captain, overseeing all the details and deciding where to go. A bareboat charter is recommended for guests with sailing experience. In many places, a license is needed to charter a yacht without a professional skipper. Your yacht will be equipped with kitchen appliances for those who wish to show off their chef skills to the other guests. Choosing our crewed option for a yacht charter can be a great choice if you don't have much sailing knowledge but still want the independence of chartering a yacht. Your skipper is like the ship's captain; they take care of the navigation, and the hostess/cook ensures that your week's vacation is at the luxury level. Your hired crew will have their own private cabins, meaning there's plenty of space on board your boat for everyone!
Don't forget to plan your yacht charter with your whole group in mind! How many people are coming? What is the maximum capacity of each boat option you're considering? How many cabins will your group need? Does anyone in the group want to bring children? Does anyone in the group have sailing experience or a skipper license? What kind of holiday is the group looking for (luxury vs adventure). What budget is your group working with? The GlobeSailor website is full of boats and experiences at different price points to accommodate for varying budgets of our boat guests These are all important questions to ask in order to ensure your boat hire is perfect for the group holiday.
The next thing to consider is the size of the yacht. Yachts come in various sizes, from small day sailors to large luxury yachts. The yacht size will depend on the number of guests in your group and the type of sailing experience you are looking for.
When planning a yacht rental holiday, you also need to decide on the length of your charter. Globesailor charters can range from a week to several weeks. A week-long charter is great for those who want to explore the different islands and cultures.
When planning your itinerary, it is important to consider the time of year. The best time to sail in the Balearic Islands is during the summer months from June to September, when the weather is warm and dry, with temperatures from the sun averaging around 25-30°C and relatively low humidity.
During this time, the sea is also relatively calm, with moderate winds blowing from the northeast and southeast, making for ideal sailing conditions for boat rental. However, it is important to note that the summer months can be busy with many tourists, so it is advisable to book in advance and plan your itinerary accordingly.
If you prefer a quieter and more peaceful experience, you may consider sailing in the shoulder seasons of May or October . During these months, the weather is still pleasant, with temperatures averaging around 20-25°C, and the crowds are generally thinner. However, the wind conditions may be less predictable, and it is important to check the weather forecast before setting sail on your boat rental.
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