A UNESCO World Heritage Site with the liveliest scene in the Balearic Islands. There are three marinas in Ibiza, and they get rather crowded during summer. Botafoch Marina is the most chic, with good restaurants and boutiques. Ibiza Nueva is the largest of the three and it is easier to get a berth there. From these two marinas there is a taxi-boat that goes to the centre of the town. The Ibiza Yacht Club normally has berths in the early afternoon although the jetty is old and there is generally a swell.
PLAYA DE SES SALINES
This is the centre of the daytime scene in Ibiza, crowded with people moving in time to the music being played simultaneously by the four beach bars! Malibu is probably the most well known of these but Sa Trinca is the most trendy. You can order a paella to eat onboard.
BETWEEN PUNTA RAMA AND CALA FALCÓ
Heavenly place with no people, at the side of a cliff and with clear transparent water. The perfect site for diving around the two nearby islets.
Lovely beach with several good beach bars. The one furthest to the W, the Es Xarcú serves fabulous fish, and the Jockey Club, located in the centre, offers more sophisticated dishes.
Excellent overnight anchorage and very well protected. Our favourite beach bar in Ibiza, Es Torrent, is only a short distance away by dinghy. It is open at night and its prawns are out of this world!.
Delightful virgin cove with a fabulous small beach, surrounded by cliffs.
BETWEEN CABO JUEU AND CABO BLANCO
Opposite the lovely islet of Es Vedrá , the ideal spot to admire the scenery, sandy bottom with clean water and, more than likely, without any other boat nearby.
Particularly indicated for an overnight anchorage as it is very well protected, generally very quiet and has several restaurants edging its sensational beach. Rather popular during the day.
PUERTO SAN ANTONIO
Easy port for anchoring or berthing on the new floating quays provided by the Yacht Club. The majority of the visitors are young English. Try out the Rias Baixas Restaurant.