The Best Boat Rentals in Ibiza
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What to know about renting a boat or chartering a yacht in Ibiza, Spain
If you find yourself in Ibiza, a boat party is an essential experience. There are a variety of tour companies that offer packages that will have you cruising in the Mediterranean, sipping cocktails and dancing to a live DJ onboard.
If you’re looking to make the most of your summer holiday in Ibiza and explore a lot of the island, be sure to rent a boat for a day of cruising. The island is host to many power boats, private yachts, catamarans and sailboats all available for rent. Choose from day excursions or week long rentals depending on your vacation plans. Soak up the Balearic sun from the deck of a private yacht or ride the waves on a jet ski.
Renting a boat is the best way to see all of the island at a leisurely pace without having to take taxis or hire a car. You can cruise around in little coves, hidden beaches, and try off the beaten path waterside restaurants in Cala Mastella. Visit the tiny villages and escape the noise of the super clubs and crowds of San Antoni.
Due to the calm waters of the Mediterranean that surround Ibiza, it’s the perfect location to try your hand at ocean kayaking. Embark on a kayak tour to explore caves, the flora and fauna of Ibiza, and even watch the sunset with a glass of champagne from the seat of a kayak. You can also rent your own kayak if you’d rather spend some time paddling solo.
Have more of a need for speed and an adrenaline rush? Jet skiing, flyboarding, parasailing, scuba diving and many other water sports are easy to partake in during a vacation in Ibiza. There are many certified rental agencies that will provide you with plenty of waterfront excitement.
Boating Events in Ibiza to attend on your yacht charter
The primary boating event taking place in Ibiza are the boat parties, which are ongoing during the summer months. Taking place 4-5 times per week, the boat parties are available in packages that include entrance to nightclubs and beach clubs. This makes it a great value if you want a busy day full of partying.
Other Things To Do in Ibiza
While onshore in Ibiza, if you feel like exploring deeper than the bass of the latest EDM hits blaring in the clubs, head to Old Town Ibiza. Also known as Dalt Villa, it’s a structure of beautiful whitewashed buildings weaving in narrow cobblestone streets. It sits on a mountain by the sea, with a 14th-century cathedral at the top of the Old Town.
Looking to connect with nature and do some hiking? Head to Sa Talaiassa, the highest point in Ibiza, for a day of hiking ending with a breathtaking sunset view over the sea.
Nature lovers should head to to Es Vedrá, a rocky cathedral jutting out of the sea on a tiny island off the coast of Ibiza. It’s another spot with breathtaking sunset views and hiking in tranquility that is hard to find in other spots of the party-centric island. It’ situated just 2 km off the coast of Ibiza, making it easily accessible by boat.
Marinas to rent a boat in Ibiza
There are dozens of marinas and boat rental companies in Ibiza for all your yacht, boat, and water sport rental needs. Yacht Club Ibiza, Day Charter Ibiza, and the San Antonio Marina are some of the best choices on the west side of the island. In Santa Eulária de Riu, NautiBlue Ibiza, Ibiza Best Charter and Liegeplatz Ibiza are some great options to rent from.
Ibiza is an island located in the Mediterranean sea off the coast of Spain. It is part of the Balearic Islands that comprises Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca. It’s known for its non-stop nightlife, beautiful beaches, and sparkling blue waters. It's a summer destination for travelers from across the globe who are looking to experience the famous club and electronic music scene. Many world-renowned DJs have ongoing shows in Ibiza during the summertime.
The best time to visit Ibiza is in the summer months of May-October, when temperatures are in the high 70’s to mid-80’s. Be aware that this is also by far the most expensive season on the island, and hotels book up in late spring. Party goers from across Europe and around the globe take over the island, substantially increasing hotel prices compared to the rest of the year. Rainfall is the lowest between the months of June and August. In the off-season between November and April, the temperature drops to the 50s and 60s in Ibiza and it is a much quieter time to visit.
There are different cities to choose from when planning a holiday in Ibiza. San Antoni de Portmany is the primary location of all the nightclubs, bars and restaurants. Eivissa or Ibiza Town is the old town which has a quaint and quiet charm. Santa Eulária de Riu is a large but much more relaxed spot on the island, for people looking for quieter, upscale vacation experience.
A popular day trip to take from Ibiza is a boat ride over to Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic islands accessible by a ferry. It’s a perfect spot to visit with a boat charter for a day of snorkeling, basking in the sun on the soft sand dunes, and swimming in the clear, blue water.