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Top destinations in Ibiza for boat rental

  • Sant Antoni de Portmany


    98 boats for charter

    from $1,468 per week

    Often referred to as San Antonio, is a bustling town on the western coast of Ibiza. Known for its vibrant nightlife and stunning sunsets. Sant Antoni attracts a lively crowd with its famous bars like Café del Mar and Café Mambo offering prime spots for watching the sun dip below the horizon.
  • Talamanca


    70 boats for charter

    from $2,211 per week

    Located just north of Ibiza Town, Talmanca is known for its long, sandy beach that stretches along a sheltered bay. This area is popular due to its close proximity to the bustling life of Ibiza Town while offering a more relaxed and tranquil environment.
  • Eivissa


    2 boats for charter

    from $2,430 per week

Types of boats available for rent in Ibiza

Yacht charter types available in Ibiza

Cost of boat rental in Ibiza

Average yacht charter cost in Ibiza starts from $1,468 per week. Graphic below represents fluctuation of charter prices in Ibiza during the year, based on a sample of 50 boats ranging from 40 to 50-foot. This graphic shows months with lowest prices during the year as well high season when prices are above average. Before booking the boat at lowest rate, please check sailing conditions as usually best prices are during off season.
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Sailing conditions in Ibiza

Air temperature, precipitation and wind force may vary significantly during the year. Below you may find graphics with min and max temperature and average precipitation days in Ibiza during the year. Book your charter vacation in Ibiza wisely! Considering sailing conditions along with the best price offers

Temperature by month

Average air High and Low temperature during the year

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Max t° 15 °C 15 °C 16 °C 18 °C 21 °C 25 °C 28 °C 29 °C 27 °C 23 °C 18 °C 16 °C
Min t° 8 °C 8 °C 9 °C 11 °C 13 °C 17 °C 21 °C 21 °C 20 °C 16 °C 12 °C 10 °C
Max t° 59 °F 60 °F 62 °F 65 °F 70 °F 78 °F 84 °F 85 °F 81 °F 74 °F 66 °F 61 °F
Min t° 47 °F 48 °F 49 °F 52 °F 57 °F 64 °F 70 °F 71 °F 68 °F 61 °F 54 °F 50 °F

Rainy days by month

Average number of days with precipitation during the year.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Rainy Days 9 9 8 9 7 4 2 4 6 9 9 9

Ibiza Yacht Charter Reviews with 12knots

Ibiza Bareboat Yacht Charter Guide

Ibiza Bareboat Yacht Charter Guide

Despite the invasion of tourists, Ibiza preserves its character  and charm, which make it a perfect yacht charter destination. The rural  areas are especially picturesque with fields of almonds and figs, olive  groves and flocks of sheep. The quiet and peace inland can still go  along with wild and loud coastline of the island.

Sailing Ibiza

Sailing Ibiza

The nightlife is the most fascinating part of the entertainment  during sailing vacations in Ibiza. The main action takes place in Calle  de la Virgen in the old harbor district, with its bars, fashion  boutiques and restaurants. There are 8 major clubs. The most popular are  Space, Amnesia, Ocean Beach Club. The biggest of them, Privilege, can  host up to 10,000 guests. And every night they have new entertainment:  Foam party, Brazilian nights or "Flower Power" balls, etc.

Apart from the clubs, boat rentals in Ibiza will help you to discover  it’s main attraction – beaches (over 50), many of which are tucked away  in small coves and offer family-friendly facilities and safe bathing.  Sailing to southeast coast of Ibiza you will find most popular ones.  While the west coast remains one of the island's most stunning areas  with pristine waters and remote mountains clad in pine trees.

Another sailing destination in Ibiza is Cola de Boix, relatively  deserted beach even during high season, is surrounded by green hills  near Punta Prima. If you search for tranquility, sailing vacation in  Ibiza may surprise you with its provincial charm in many villages with  old stone cottages, where time still moves at a slow pace for many  locals.

Yacht charter itineraries in Ibiza

The capital Ibiza, or Eivissa, was founded in the mid-7th  century BC by the Phoenicians, who were attracted by the hilltop site  and sheltered harbor. Dalt Vila (Upper Town) is the oldest remaining  part of Eivissa and in 1999 was declared a World Heritage Site by  UNESCO. Portal de ses Taules is a gateway in the city walls, erected in  the 16th century, to surround Dalt Vila.

The Modern Art Museum has found its unique location in two  underground chambers of the former Arsenal, built in the city walls.  Below the city walls is the late 16th century church of Santo Domingo,  commonly known as El Convent, with its paintings on the vaulted ceiling,  frescoes on the walls and the most impressive Baroque altar.

Cruising in Ses Salines area

Sailing to the southern end of Ibiza you will fine saline  lowlands. For centuries salt production was the main industry, which  provided a large chunk of the islands' income. It is still running,  though not at used-to be pace. Scandinavian countries mostly import it  for salting fish.

During your sailing trip it is worth visiting these natural saltpans  that are essential refuge for the local wild life, especially flamingos,  and were known as the "Salt Gardens" in Phoenicians times. They are  sheltered by the Serra Grossa hills in the north and by wooded areas of  Falo and Corbari in the south.

In 1992 this region was given special protection as a nature reserve.  Plata de Salines is Ses Salines' beach and one of the most popular  spot, one section of which has been designated for nudists.

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