Ibiza may be famous for its crazy nightlife but it is also a privileged destination for watersports and boating adepts. Ibiza offers breathtaking natural scenery. Far away from the night owls you can easily rent a boat even to get away for a day, a weekend or a week to discover the island's prettiest beaches and take a cruise in the Balearic Islands. Whether it's on a yacht or if you charter a sailboat or, if you are more experienced, a catamaran discovering Ibiza and the Balearic Islands by sea is simply incredible. On the plus side, you can rent a boat in this sailing area almost all year round due to the favourable weather conditions. Whether you're on a family sailing holiday or renting a boat with friends, the Balearics offer many activities for kids, teens and adults.
There are many harbours in Ibiza, 8 in total, making it fairly easy to find a boat available for rent. Due to high number of tourists during the high season, the prices tend to be higher than usual during that period.
Five harbours are situated in the county of Eivissa (Ibiza town) : Puerto de Ibiza, Puerto Deportivo Marina Botafoch, Puerto Ibiza Magna, Club Nautico Ibiza and the fanciest, Marina Ibiza. You'll find all sorts of boats for charter there, yachts of course, but also sailboats, catamarans, power dighies, inflatables and boats for rent without a license.
The three other harbours on the island are Sant Antoni de Portmany for two of them and one in Santa Eulalia. All are very well equipped and count numerous berth spaces. If you don't find your dream boat in Ibiza, you can always try Majorca for your sailing holidays in Spain. The three islands of the Balearics have many nautical bases where you can also rent a jetski.
If you are spending your holidays in Ibiza and want to charter for just a day to make the most of the inaccessible beaches on foot or to snorkel around away from the coast, then trust Beboats.com with your charter project. For a few hours or for the day you can rent a sailboat or a motorboat in Ibiza.
Another nice trip to do is to charter between Ibiza and Formentera and discover Ibiza's neighbour for a day or a weekend. Formentera is not as popular as Ibiza and Majorca for British holidaymakers but if you want to avoid any disappointment for your sailing holidays in Spain, you can rent a boat in Formentera as well!
Who has never dreamt of taking a cruise in the Balearic Islands? Make the most of the gorgeous weather conditions to rent a sailboat or a catamaran in the Balearic Islands at any time to make your dream come true. Whether it be a skippered charter or bareboat you'll discover the islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Majorca et Menorca onboard your yacht and really take a break from the bustling life you left behind. Sailing the Balearics is the best way to visit Spain if you're in dire need of a change in scenery.
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