Ibiza is known to many as the summer party capital of Europe, but there is much more to amazing Ibiza than clubs and nightlife.
Stunning natural beauty, lifestyle of glamour and colorful culture make Ibiza perfect destination for luxury yacht charter.
By day you can cruise in the warm turquoise Mediterranean waters along islands decorated with white beaches, coves and castles, by night you can dock at one of Ibiza’s five world-class marinas or anchor in the more secluded and private bays situated around the outskirts of the island.
Formentera is one of the most beautiful and un-spoilt islands in Europe, if not the world. Is 19 km long and is located about 3 nautical miles (6 km) south of Ibiza.
This Mediterranean paradise is flat and sandy with a few places where the land rises to present spectacular cliffs to the sea.
The crystal transparent waters and clean white sand beaches attract yacht owners and charter guests from all over the world and our clients often describe this incredible little island as “like the Caribbean, but better!”
Cala Saona is a gorgeous pristine beach located on the West cost of Formentera.
Crystal white sand beach lies inside a deep horseshoe-shaped bay and is surrounded by cliffs of red rock providing unforgettable view from the deck of your yacht.
The transparent turquoise waters and the sand bottom make anchoring attractive and easy so the bay can get quite busy, with many boats competing for space in front of Cala Saona.
In late afternoon, the sun picks out the rich red colors and textures of the surrounding cliffs and caves where you can snorkel to the rocks or just sit back and admire the breathtaking beauty of it all.
Named after the salt lakes in the south of Ibiza, the beach at Las Salinas is the southern most tip of the island and is considered (as far as beaches can be so) to be very cool.
The very long, wide crescent of pale sandy beach is bordered by pine woods.
The water is crystal clear with breakers that appear on windy days, perfect for body-surfing.
Small catamarans (available for hire) sit on the sand at the southern-most end of the beach, then walking towards the pirate tower you will pass a string of popular bars and restaurants whose gourmet food, attractive clientele and gorgeous location more than make up for the exclusive prices.
The bars all play a quality selection of dance and balearic music which spills out onto the beach, and will often bring cocktails and food orders out to you on the sand! Further down the beach you will come to a quieter section which is popular among nudists and beyond the nudie-gauntlet, a small stretch of sand with a rocky entrance to the water which houses the lively Sa Trinxa.