There is too much concrete on the coastline of the Balearic Islands but not in Formentera, the smallest island of this beautiful archipelago. Indeed, boaters will enjoy this almost desert island where nature rules. Formentera is the Flower Power island of the Balearics where nudists roam freely on the numerous beaches and highly appreciate the untouched scenery Formentera has to offer. The island is also famous for its natural mud baths where beach-goers bathe gratefully. If you are in need of a relaxing sailing holiday then rent a boat in Formentera and sail around the island.
You'll realise thanks to your cheap boat hire with beboats.com that the waters are much clearer in this part of the Balearic Islands. The coastline and salinas have been classified on the UNESCO World Hertiage sites for their natural beauty and wilderness character.Renting a boat in Formentera is the promise of a relaxing sailing holiday in Spain away from the hurly-burly of everyday life. Formentera is a haven of peace, which can also be a secondary departure base if you want to enjoy the nightlife in Ibiza for example since it's only 3 nautical miles North of the island. You can always find more boat rental offers if you want to charter a monohull or catamaran in Majorca or Ibiza. Formentera is perfectly adapted for nature-lovers but also for sailing holidays with friends.
The port and the marina are located in the village of La Savina, the only point of access North of the island. The port of La Savina is only 3 kilometers from Sant Francesc, the « capital » of Formentera. La Savina was a small fishing town not so long ago but today you'll find restaurants and nice places to go out, where fishermen and boaters co exist in harmony. You are in the right place to charter a catamaran or a sailboat for your a sailing holidays in the Balearic Islands. With a small motorboat or a power dinghy for a bareboat charter you can sail over to Ibiza and enjoy the lively nightlife, which is perfect for holidays for friends.
The small island of Espalmador is only 3 km². The island is private but open to swimmers (and nudists). It's main strength is its beautiful landscapes which are rather similar to the Caribbean with long sandy beaches and turquoise waters. A mere 200 meters separate the island from Formentera. So why opt for a boat charter if most people reach the island by swimming over? Maybe just for the pleasure of mooring in the heavenly cove of S'Alga opposite the beautiful beach of la Platja de S'Alga. You're sure to have a good time here on your holidays in Spain.
On a First 27.7 from Saint-Malo with a group of friends. Sailed around the Channel Islands, had a good navigation!
We loved the Baltic Sea in Danemark, especially when we arrived in Copenhagen with its colorful houses. But Sweden and its canals were even better. Had the best time on board of our Oceanis 411!
We were able to do a few quotations with the customer service to find the best boat for our destination. We went for a Lagoon 450, really comfy for the family!