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Catamaran charter in Ibiza

For every teenager, a trip to Ibiza is an essential ritual that has not lost an ounce of its appeal since the 1960s. Ibiza became famous for its hippie counterculture, and it has reinvented itself as a nightlife capital thanks to the infectious party atmosphere that you can feel from the afternoon on every beach, and that goes on until dawn in the huge discos.

It would be a pity, however, to limit yourself to just nightlife: in your catamaran vacation in Ibiza you will also discover fabulous sunsets, uninhabited islands and endless beaches with clear water.

Ibiza by catamaran

Southeast coast of Ibiza

Your catamaran cruise in Ibiza departs from its capital Eivissa, and its Marina district, full of restaurants and nightclubs. The town climbs the bustling hill of Sa Penya , home to one of the most prominent gay communities in the world, all the way to the true heart of the city, the Dalt Vila, the fortified old town that disorients tourists among dozens of dedalic alleys. 

There are many bays around Evissa, one more beautiful than the other: the most photographed is the Playa des Salines, a long beach of fine white sand. Behind it the ancient salt pans are still in operation, a landscape shaped by man but perfectly in harmony with nature. Another key stop is Cala Jondal, and its famous nightclub, the Blue Marlin. You anchor in the bay, suit up and get down with the tender, ready for an evening of madness from aperitif to late night!

The east coast of Ibiza is long and rugged, full of enchanting views. We can anchor the catamaran close to Tagomago, a super-exclusive island on which stands a single private villa rented by VIPs at astronomical prices, and is a true paradise of biodiversity. The marina of Santa Eulalia is much quieter than nearby Eivissa and is home to the island's largest hippie market, a must-see for lovers of handicrafts at super-affordable prices.

Ibiza by catamaran with skipper

Northwest coast of Ibiza

Doubling Cape Llentrisca, the view opens to the spectacular island of Es Vedrà, whose silhouette resembles a sleeping dragon. This mysterious island also fuels many local legends because of a magnetic anomaly in its vicinity: some identify it with the island of the Sirens in the Odyssey, or even as part of the mythological Atlantis.

Sailing northward we encounter a series of inlets one more beautiful than the other, among which stands out Cala Tarida, very touristy but still worth a stop for the golden sand, blue water and numerous chiringuitos. Another unmissable spot is Cala Comte, surely among the most beautiful in Ibiza as well as home to the refined local Ashram Sunset, highly recommended for Asian-Mediterranean fusion cuisine. In front of the beach is the island of Conillera which is a pristine place perfect for a swim away from the crowds.

Sant Antoni is the second largest port on the island and is home to the main catamaran charter companies in Ibiza. The town is bustling, and a walk on the Sunset Strip, where a series of locales (the original being the Cafe del Mar) celebrate the sunset to the beat of lounge and electronic music.

Our tour of Ibiza by catamaran ends on the northern coast, less frequented by mass tourism but offering some of the most beautiful views, hidden coves and sheer cliffs. The closest to Sant Antoni is Cala Salada, where the most daring can try their hand at diving from rocks up to 10m high, while further north the lone Ses Balandres is the perfect place to try on the snorkeling gear and admire rich underwater wildlife.

The jewel of this part of Ibiza is Benirras: every Sunday, after the sun salutation, the hippie community gathers to the sound of bongos for a beach party that lasts late into the night.

Catamaran vacations in Ibiza

Formentera by catamaran

Formentera is a unique island, a concentration of beauty with a more relaxed and alternative character than its big sister Ibiza. The first stop is the small island of Espalmador, a favorite destination for nudists due to its remoteness from civilization. It is a nature reserve free of all tourist facilities, which houses a thermal mud pool surrounded by Mediterranean scrub.

Your catamaran vacation in Formentera continues to Playa des Illetes, separated from Espalmador by a walkable shallow water. It is a very long tongue of sand with pink hues and bright blue water, and is divided into "twin beaches," one to the east (a surfer's paradise) and one to the west, sheltered from the prevailing wind.

The main tourist hub of the island is Es Pujol, easily reached from the port by renting very comfortable scooters at any time of day. As always the village is very lively, and you can't miss to taste the world-famous paella and sangria, and to spend the night at the renowed night club Pineta.

A special mention goes to Cala Saona, one of the most scenic beaches in the Balearic Islands. The golden sandy shoreline is surrounded by iron rocks that glow bright red during sunset, when tourists gather for the traditional "puesta del sol," the best way to bid farewell to these magical islands.

Catamaran Charter Formentera

Catamarans for Charter in Ibiza

The following models are available for your catamaran vacation in Ibiza:

Catamaran charter info in Ibiza

  • When: Year-round.
  • Catamarans: Lagoon 40, Lagoon 400 S2, Lagoon 42, Lagoon 450 F.
  • PricesPricelist.
  • Where: Embarkation and disembarkation in the port of Eivissa, or in Sant'Antoni.
  • Duration: Weekly charter with embarkation on Saturday at 6 pm, disembarkation the following Saturday at 9 am.
  • Crew: Possibility to rent a catamaran in Ibiza with skipper and hostess or in bareboat.
  • Reservations: email to info@mistralsailing.it or call the number +39 347 949 8966 (Luca)

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