Ibiza & Formentera
When one thinks of Ibiza, thinks especially of the trendy Ibiza, the island that welcomes urbanites of all ages passionate about partying and yoga alike. Opting for a yacht charter in Ibiza will allow you to explore the magical and wild side of the island and discover its unspoiled nature. On the southern and western coastline of the island there are countless anchorages with crystal blue waters and limestone rocks where you can drop the anchor to enjoy a paella or local dishes at the delightful xiringuitos on the beach. The wildest and most peaceful side of Ibiza is towards north, north-east, where one can enjoy quiet moments even during the busy summer months, and feel like being among the first ones to discover the secluded coves with deep blue waters and Mediterranean pine trees. Check ourblog post about the best coves in Ibiza to get a glimpse of the diverse geography of the island and make the most out of your sailing vacation. Similarly to the other Balearic Islands, Ibiza boasts countless anchorages, although not all of them are completely safe to spend the night. Sailing Dreams will arrange your yacht charter and recommend the best beaches and coves you can enjoy around the island. Once at sea, you will discover endless beaches such as the busy Bossa or quiet Es Cavallet, although you may want to hold on until you reach the virgin landscapes of Ses Salines or Es Codolar. If you’d like to feel the true essence of Ibiza, we recommend you stop by the Es Jondal beach to practice water sports, dance in broad daylight at the famed Blue Marlin Beach Club, and enjoy the many restaurants available here. Located on the sailing route is Es Vedra island, a mysterious place considered to be an energetic centre of the planet; surely enough, the magical side of this small island leaves a lasting impression on everyone. Thence you can explore the Tarida anchorage, ideal for mooring and a swim in its clear waters, and pass by Vedella cove for scuba diving. You may decide to stop by in Vedella to get more supplies, but pay attention that its small size and the numerous buoys here do not make for an easy anchorage. Closer to San Antonio, Cala Bassa is a beautiful wild cove with sandy beaches flanked by rocky cliffs, pine trees and calm blue waters. Given the short distance to San Antonio, the cove is popular with tourists, so you may choose to watch the awe-inspiring sunset from the privacy of your sailboat. Reach out to us so we can help you plan your sailing holidays and choose the type of boat that best meets your preference and needs. If you are interested in sailing to Formentera as well, check our post to discover the best sights to discover by boat.