Ibiza Sailing Itinerary

Incredible island beauty, combined with an electric atmosphere

Ibiza Sailing Itinerary 

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.).

  • Weather

    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.

  • Mooring

    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.

Our Ibiza Sailing Itinerary

The water surrounding Ibiza remains such a beautiful blue because of the Neptune grass, a seaweed that helps to keep the water crystal clear.

Day 1

San Antonio

San Antonio

San Antonio, or Sant Antoni in Ibiza’s native Catalan, is a hub of activity. As the second largest town on the island, it is renowned for its nightlife and has been dubbed as, “the clubbing capital of the universe.” San Antonio is home to discotecas Es Paradis and Eden, and the Ibiza Rocks Hotel.

If you’re looking for something a little quieter, San Antonio can still be fun. With a long strip of beach, known as the Sunset Strip, you can catch the beautiful Ibizan sunsets and check out the view across San Antonio Bay. The promenade is also a great place to have a relaxing drink and grab a bite to eat!

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Cafe del Mar, Calle Vara de Rey 27, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Islas Baleares, Spain

Ibiza Rocks Hotel, Carrer de Cervantes 27, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Illes Balears, Spain

Day 2

San Antonio → Cala Tarida 

Cala Tarida

Escaping the frenzy of activity in San Antoni, Cala Tarida will be a lovely change of pace and scenery. With no nightclubs, Cala Tarida is a great place to catch some rays or some zzz’s. It is Ibiza’s longest and widest beach with fine white sand. And as Cala Tarida is south-facing you can enjoy the sunshine from morning until night. With plenty of bars, restaurants, and amenities, Cala Tarida is a very family-friendly stop as well!

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Cotton Beach Club, Carrer Posta de Sol 21, Cala Tarida, Illes Balears, Spain

Day 3

Cala Tarida → Es Pujols

Es Pujols

Moving to Formentera, the third day of your charter is devoted to Es Pujols. In a past life Es Pujols was once a tiny fishing village; today it is Formentera’s only tourist resort. But not to worry – it doesn’t feel like it. You can still enjoy peace and tranquility on the beautiful beaches. Formed by two white sand crescents, the beach at Es Pujols has shallow waters that can reach tropical temperatures in the summertime.

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Bocasalina Restaurant, Carrer des Fonoll Marí 2, Pujols, Illes Balears, Spain

Day 4

Es Pujols → Migjorn Beach

Migjorn Beach

At 8 km, Migjorn Beach is the longest beach on Formentera. There are stretches of white sand, or smaller, more secluded coves if you’re seeking more privacy. This leaves plenty of room for laying out or staying active. Migjorn is a great spot to partake in water sports, like snorkeling around the offshore rocks or passing the day at cute little beach bars.

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Blue Bar, Carretera San Ferran-La Mola, Km. 7.8, Sant Ferran de Ses Roques, Islas Baleares, Spain

Vogamarí Restaurant, Carretera de la Mola, Km. 9.5, Platja de Migjorn, Islas Baleares, Spain

Ibiza Sailing Itinerary

The island of Ibiza has 57 different beaches in total

Day 5

Migjorn Beach → Savina

Savina

Day 5 of the Ibiza Sailing Itinerary takes you to Savina, your last stop on Formentera. As the official port of Formentera, Savina holds everything sailors and their boats could ask for. It serves as the only point of entry and exit for most vessels. With a plethora of bars, restaurants, and shops – situated close to the beach, Savina is a great place to take in all that Formentera has to offer.

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Cafe del Lago Restaurant, Calle Vara de Rey 27, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Islas Baleares, Spain

Day 6

Savina → Salinas

Salinas

Back on the island of Ibiza, Day 6 is spent on the beach at Las Salinas. As the most southern tip of the island, Las Salinas’ name comes from the salt lakes nearby in the south of Ibiza. Another soft sandy beach, Las Salinas has many of the staple beach activities like lively beach bars and small quaint shops. However as it backs up to the Ses Salinas Ibiza Natural Park, the beach is shrouded in pine trees, salt flats, and sand dunes.

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:

Sa Trinxa, Playa de Ses Salines, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Islas Baleares, Spain

Torre de Ses Portes, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Balearic Islands, Spain

Day 7

Salinas → Cala Comte

Cala Comte

For your last day, head to Cala Comte. A lovely little bay, very close to San Antonio, Cala Comte is the perfect way to spend your last day. With just enough room for a few yachts, you’re sure to be well away from the hustle and bustle. Once on land, you can hike the small cliff, to reach the cove’s only restaurant, and you can catch another famous Ibizan sunset.

If the base manager permits you to stay in the bay overnight, you can aim to arrive at San Antonio in the early morning. Otherwise, you may have to to make this a day trip and get into San Antonio by nightfall for check out.

Recommended Restaurants and Activities:
Sunset Ashram, Carr. de Cala Conta, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Islas Baleares, Spain

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Ibiza Sailing Itinerary

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