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6 amazing things to do on your yacht charter in Ibiza

Ibiza – famous for its vibrant nightlife, world class DJs and the go to holiday place in the Mediterranean for celebrities from all over the world. But Ibiza has a lot more to offer! Secluded beaches, fabulous cuisine and a magnificent coastline with lots of hidden coves. Discover Ibiza by boatand explore this beautiful gem from the water. Here are 6 things to do on a yacht charter in Ibiza.

1. Go island hopping and discover Ibizas neighbour islands

Just a few nautical miles from Ibizas south coast lies Formentera. A paradise of white sandbanks and glowing turquoise water. Head with your boat rental from Ibiza to Formentera’s most famous beach Ses Illetes and drop the anchor. You will never want to leave this beautiful place again. We are confident to say that this must be one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole Med – maybe even in the world.

If you charter a larger yacht in Ibiza, you can also visit Ibiza’s neighbour islands – Menorca & Mallorca. Both bigger than Ibiza, but less famous, they offer in total more than 300 breathtaking beaches.

2. Explore Ibiza’s hidden gem’s

Ibiza can get quite busy during July and August. Yet, there are still a few beaches that let you enjoy the warm mediterranean sun in peace. Here are three secret must-see spots!

Es Vedra – Cap d’es Jueu

To visit the secluded beach of Cap d’es Jueu you either have to swim over a kilometre or arrive with a boat rental. Enjoy this beach all by yourself and revel in the sight of the beautiful island of Es Vedra.

Cala Llentrisca

A desert-like surrounding, crystal clear water and some stranded fishing boats. Rent a boat from Ibiza and head southwards, to Cap Llentrisca. Just before the Cap the tiny beach of Cala Llentrisca is situated. Enjoy the tranquility and explore the Ibiza’d underwater world snorkelling.

Es Niu de s’Aguila

This beach truly is a secret. A beautiful white pebble beach with the bluest water you will find in Ibiza. The best time to visit Es Niu de S’Aguila is early in the morning, when the sea is calm.If you are arriving with your yacht charter, watch out the underwater rocks.

3. Go Clubbing in Ibiza

Blue Marlin

Located at the beautiful long stretchingbeach Cala Jondal. At the Blue Marlin beach club you can party day and night. Enjoy great music, fantastic food and a fabulous beach. Charter a yacht in Ibiza, sail along Ibiza’s southern coast andtreat yourself to an amazingdayat the Blue Marlin.

Nikki Beach

The Nikki Beach in Ibiza is the playgroundof the rich and famous.Popular for its wild champagne parties, extensive presence of celebrities, balinese sun beds and light blue swimming pool – Nikki Beach is the real deal. Rent a boat in Santa Eulalia and spend a fun dayat Nikki Beach.

El Chiringuito

At the beautiful beach of Cavallet you’ll find the iconic “El Chiringuito”. Dreamy white sun loungers, low sand dunes and a super relaxed atmosphere. Drop the anchor of your boat rental and head over to “El Chiringuito” with your dinghy. Enjoy delicious food, a swim in the shallow water and pure relaxation here.

Amnesia, Pacha & Ushuaa

Ready for Ibiza’s glorious night life? Just a stone’s throw away from Ibiza’s portlies the world famous Pacha. The epicentre of electronic and house music. Or head over to Amnesia, home to the world’s best DJs and prepare yourself for the party of your lifetime. If you want to party right after your yacht charter in Ibiza then the Ushuaa Beach Hotel isyour place! Located at the Playa d’en Bossa – Ushuaa is where the mega parties take place!

4. Visit Ibiza’s best beaches

Cala Salada

Cala Salada – famousthanks tovarious models and celebrities that share holiday pictures of aquamarine water and the finest beige sand on Instagram, this beach is real haven! Surrounded by a beautiful lush green pine forest, this beach is anoasis. During summer the beach can get quite crowed. That’s why the best way to visit this beach is by boat.

Our secret tip: Cala Saladeta – a tiny beach, located just behind Cala Salada’s cliffs.If you like cliff jumping – this is the place.

Platja d’en Bossa

Platja d’en Bossa – or Playa den Bossa is Ibiza’s most popular beach. Lot’s of 4* and 5* star resorts, world famous beach clubs and colourful sun beds. If you are into partying this beach should definitely be on your bucket list. The best time to come here is in the late afternoon. Grab a cocktail and end your charter day the Ibiza way!

Las Salinas

Rent a boat in Ibiza town and head to the famous Las Salinas beach. Drop the anchor and enjoy the hot dazzling summer sun. Las Salinas has some great restaurants on the beach – the right place to come to if you want to enjoy relaxed chill-out music and great sea food. From here you can enjoy beautifulviews over Formentera and the Ses Salines beach from your boat rental. If you are lucky, you might even spot a celebrity!

5. Get ready for water sports

Ever been on a jet ski? Ibiza is the place to rent one. Enjoy speed rides in crystal clear waters. If you charter a yacht in Ibiza, many of them come with an outboard dinghy. These are great for water sports like wake boarding, waterskiing and donut rides. If you are already advanced, hire a speed boat and waterski early in the morning – when the sea isflat and the wind is calm.

6. Drop the anchor and discover Ibiza on foot

Dock your boat rental in Ibiza’s bay at one of the ports: Marina Botafoch, Ibiza Magna or the Marina d’Eivissa. Passing by the ports you can admire some of the Mediterraneans most extravagant yachts. Stroll through Eivissa’s (Ibiza town) charming streets of whitewashed houses with colourful flowers and stop for a bite to eat in one of the many inviting tapas bars. Ibiza town is also great for shopping. Here you will find many boutiques, global fashion stores and souvenir shops. Before heading back to your boat rental hike up to the Dalt Vila and watch the sun going down behind Eivissa’s landmark the cathedral of Santa Maria.

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