With the Ibiza Sailing Itinerary, travelers can delight in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, lay out on the soft sandy beaches, or they can immerse themselves in the very happening nightlife in Ibiza.

Ibiza’s brilliant ambiance provides the perfect setting for a relaxing, fun and unique experience. Spend all day on the beach, or all evening in the club - whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Ibiza.

Our Guide to the Ibiza Sailing Itinerary

Multifaceted and marked by duality, Ibiza is an island with many personalities. As one of the few places in the world where visitors’ can find top-notch nightclubs amidst extraordinary natural beauty, and deep-rooted local tradition, Ibiza should be on everyone’s radar.

Like the rest of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza has been occupied by many different groups, like the Carthaginians, the Romans, and the Arabs - which has given the island a distinct culture. Appointed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, Ibiza Town Port, Dalt Vila, is a wonderfully preserved center of Ibizan history and heritage.

On the other hand, recently Ibiza has developed a whole new aspect of their culture - the club scene. During the high season, Ibiza opens dozens of EDM rave clubs, favorites of DJs David Guetta, Sven Väth, Armin Van Buuren and more, transforming the relaxing island vibes to an intensely cool party.

Getting There

The best way to get to Ibiza is by plane. The island has an international airport, but if you can’t find a direct flight, try one of the three major airports in Spain - Madrid, Barcelona, or Palma de Mallorca. Between these three airports, you can get connecting flights from all of Europe, the UK, and the United States. If you’d like to take the scenic root, you can also take a ferry to Ibiza from Barcelona (8.5 hrs.), Valencia (5-6.5 hrs.), Dénia (3.5 hrs.) and Palma (4 hrs.).


The best weather for the Ibiza Sailing Itinerary is in the summer months, with July and August being the hottest at 26 °C. The high season starts in May and ends by October, but outside that time frame, Ibiza is still lovely. Early autumn will experience mostly the same temperate climate, but with a higher chance of rain. Springtime will be cooler, between 14-16 °C, but will feature lovely almond blossoms, and just enough sunshine.


As Ibiza is one of the Mediterranean’s favorite sailing spots, finding mooring options will not be too challenging. The port of San Antonio has more than 400 different mooring options. Outside of that, you will mostly find small anchorages, without amenities, but without fees. Here you can drop your anchor and free swing. If you’re looking for something with more services, try searching for small local marinas.