Explore Ibiza by boat

Ibiza has a truly stunning 131-mile coastline with more than fifty gorgeous beaches of crystal clear, tranquil, turquoise waters.  To explore Ibiza by boat is to really experience her awesome beauty. The lush Mediterranean climate brings us an average of 10-11 hours each day of hot sunshine from May through to September. April and October are heaven for those preferring gentle, warm sunshine and cooler evenings.

Ibiza beaches | west coast

Cala Bassa

Perfect Ibiza bay for water sports or a spot of cliff-jumping plus a cool cave to explore!

Cala Conta

Turquoise waters, a pirate cave and legendary hippie hang-out, Sunset Ashram – a unique, Bohemian style dining experience with outstanding views.

Cala Tarida

Gorgeous soft, white sand and stunning natural surroundings await you on this beautiful, family friendly beach, home of the fabulous Cotton Club beach restaurant, renowned for the incredible panoramic views afforded by its beautiful rooftop dining terrace.

Ibiza beaches | south (west) coast

Cala D’Hort

With fantastic views of the mystical Es Vedra, the nearby Restaurant Es Boldado, perched atop a cliff, is a hot favourite for lunch offering fantastic, fresh seafood dishes.

Isla Es Vedra

The famous mystical landmark of Ibiza, known for its highly magnetic field (myth and legend claims that it’s the 3rd most magnetic spot on the entire planet) is an uninhabited island (except for the odd goat or two). Shrouded in mystery, Es Vedra is said to be the home of Ibiza’s ancient, Carthaginian protector Goddess, Tanit – it’s a real Ibiza ‘must see.’

Exploring Ibiza by boat Es Vedra


Known for its spectacular rock carvings and natural cave with a painted image of the god Shiva. Centuries ago Atlantis was used as a quarry and the cut stones were transported by boat to be used to build homes, defensive towers and the walls of the fortified city of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town (UNESCO Heritage site). The whereabouts of this mystical place is a closely guarded local secret, ask your Captain if he’s willing to share it!

Cala Jondal

This beach is THE place to be and be seen. Home to the legendary Blue Marlin this is a great place to lunch or disembark if you want to party on into the evening.

Ibiza beaches | North-west coast

Cala Gracio

A secluded, family friendly beach with pristine waters surrounded by pine tree clad mountains.

Cala Gracioneta

An Intimate beach with warm, shallow waters perfect for snorkelling and the location of a great fish and seafood restaurant.

Cala Salada

A rustic and breathtakingly beautiful cove lined with quaint fishermen’s huts & with especially transparent waters. Voted Europe’s 2nd best beach by www.onbeach.com

Explore Ibiza by boat

Margaritas Islands

A collection of ancient, uninhabited islands that seem to make the centuries disappear as you gaze at them. Smaller boats can cruise through the natural stone arch as sailors have done for thousands of years.


A sheltered bay, very popular with the local Ibiza hippies who are renowned for their hypnotic drumming sessions at sunset, especially on Sunday evenings. Restaurant 2000 is very popular amongst seafood lovers, whilst Elements is perfect for those who prefer a wider range of Mediterranean cuisine – their fresh super-juices are legendary!