Motorboat rentals in Ibiza
What you should know to rent a motorboat in Ibiza
Ports, marinas and moorings:
The island of Ibiza has three ports with marinas where boats can be rented and offer all the necessary services in their facilities where they can moor a large number of pleasure boats of all kinds. During the summer months the activity is very high, even making it difficult to get a mooring if you have not booked with much time in advance, so it is recommended to book during the winter. The island of Ibiza is one of the most desirable and attractive for sailing and has a large number of beaches and spectacular coves that visit thousands of pleasure boats from small sailboats to huge mega yachts arriving from different parts of the world.It is a beautiful island And cozy with large beaches, small coves and islets that will make navigation a delight. And also makes it more attractive that the island of Formentera is a few miles.
Ibiza has marinas in the capital: Marina Ibiza, Marina Botafoch, Marina Ibiza Magna, Marina Club Náutico Ibiza
In Sant Antoni de Portmany in the west zone has the marinas: Marina Es Nautic, Ports IB Sant Antoni
Ibiza has a Mediterranean climate, enjoying long hot and dry summers and mild winters. The island is famous for its perfect beach weather with hot summers of plentiful sunshine. Ibiza’s long glorious summers are what made the island famous (together with its all night parties!). From June to September the sun shines every day, peaking at an average of eleven hours of sunshine per day in July. Temperatures get into the high 20s to low 30s during the day, sitting at an average of 26°C in June and September but reaching 29°C in July and August. Basically, the weather is glorious. The nights are warm too, with temperatures barely falling below 20°C.
The culture and history of Ibiza are perfectly reflected in its gastronomy. The sun, the Mediterranean, the island and the wealth of different cultures that have influenced it throughout history have, amongst other factors, determined its distinctive gastronomy. Fresh fish, seafood, fruit and vegetables are brought together to create simple, fresh and healthy dishes. Ibiza’s traditional cuisine is varied, Mediterranean, original and delicious. Ibiza offers some unique and high quality products which are exported all over the world. "Cocarrois" (small vegetable pies), or typical dishes such as sobrasadas (spicy sausage) or "flaó" (cheesecake with mint and sugar), as well as the island’s wines and liqueurs, leave visitors with a delicious memory to take home with them.
Essential places to visit:
In addition to its lively nightlife, Ibiza also stands out for the quality of its beaches and coves. So that you do not go crazy looking for your ideal cove among the more than 50 that is on the island, here we present our opinions and recommendations. And these are some of the best: Cove Salada, Cove Conta, Cove Vadella, Cove San Vicente, Cove Gracineta, Ses Salines beach, Cove d'en Bossa, Sa Caleta, Cove Conta and many more.
Sailing in Ibiza:
Ibiza is a multifaceted island, where you can enjoy sailing, get to know its towns once you are docked in port, and naturally enjoy its best places to anchor, where you spend the night in front of a beach. Enjoying in a cove from the 'opposite' side (the sea) that normally most people have the ability to access (land) is a singular pleasure. Always different views and landscapes, unparalleled sunsets. Moments of stillness and peace difficult to forget. A very suitable month to navigate in its waters is the one of September, moment in which the enormous influx of tourism has dissipated and we can still enjoy the good weather and its warm waters. There are many places to anchor in Ibiza, but only some of them are safe to spend the night without fear that a sudden tramontana and change in the weather can make us miss bad times. Let's see some of them, going around the island clockwise and starting from the beautiful Ibiza.
How to get Ibiza:
Ibiza is one of the most visited islands in the world to which tourists from all over the world arrive and has a large international airport to which airplanes arrive from the most important capitals of the world. By sea you can arrive with ferries from Valencia and Denia on the Spanish peninsular coast, with a frequent frequency of arrivals and departures to the port of the capital of Ibiza and Sant Antonio de Portmany. Also from the island of Mallorca it is easy to find a ferry with several departures and arrivals a day in summer.
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