June 17, 2024

Rent a Boat

Ibiza is an island that attracts with its sunny climate, beautiful coves of transparent water and lively nocturnal life. The best way to explore Ibiza and its stunning coastline is by renting a boat.

With a private boat rental, you have the freedom to explore Ibiza at your own pace, discovering hidden beaches, rocky landscapes and picturesque towns. In Ibiza, there are numerous yacht charter bases, including Marina Ibiza, Port of Sant Antoni and Port of Santa Eulalia.

You can choose between a sailboat, motorboat or catamaran. Depending on your sailing experience, you can rent a boat with or without a skipper (bareboat). If you are not experienced in navigation, we recommend booking a charter with a skipper who can also act as your personal guide and share their knowledge of the area.

With your boat, you can visit iconic spots such as Playa d’en Bossa and enjoy the pristine sandy beach and various watersports activities or the lively atmosphere of the famous club scene at Amnesia and Pacha. The west-facing coast of the island offers spectacular sunsets that can be enjoyed from several restaurants and clubs.

Rent a Boat to Explore Ibiza

From Ibiza, you can also sail to neighboring islands such as Formentera and Mallorca. You can enjoy the pristine beaches and crystalline waters of the Balearic Islands in their unspoiled natural beauty or discover a little history on the islands’ cultural sites such as the Cathedral, the Castle or the Punic Necropolis of Puig del Molins.

The rocky landscape of Ibiza is particularly impressive and there are some secret swimming spots on the shores of the Balearic Islands that can only be reached by boat. A good example is Cala Salada, where you can enjoy the magnificent sunsets from your charter yacht. The cove of Atlantis is another hidden gem, accessible only by boat, where you can swim in clear waters and admire the unique rocky formations. Sail to Tagomago Island and enjoy its untouched nature and secluded beaches surrounded by crystal clear water.

After your time at sea, you can moor your boat in the historic quarter of Dalt Vila and spend a few hours exploring its narrow alleys with their colorful daubed houses and the charming cafes that spill out onto the pavements. If you prefer a more relaxing break, you can also visit the tranquil village of Santa Eulalia and spend the evening at one of its famous chiringuitos.

The peak season for Ibiza rent a boat is from June to September, when warm weather and vibrant island life attract large crowds. To avoid these crowded conditions, you can book a charter during the shoulder seasons of late spring (May) or early fall (October). You can still appreciate the island’s natural beauty and lively nightlife without the massive crowds of summertime. The prices of a private boat rental vary depending on the duration of your charter, the number of passengers and the type of boat. Whether you opt for a sailing yacht, RIB or luxury gulet, Click&Boat has the ideal vessel for your Ibiza boat rental.

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