Ibiza must be experienced first hand
BEST TIME TO VISIT
For a temperate, tranquil experience with slower crowds and fewer party people, April, May, September, and October may be just your vibe. For the full heat of the Ibiza experience — sun, fun and a lot of people — June to August will deliver all the best this many-faced island has to offer.
Activities & Experiences
While the crystal clear waterways are a must-see destination all on their own, this island and the nearby Formentera has so much to see and do that you will want to consider making plans for a week-long luxury yacht charter in Ibiza.
You’ll want to see…
Ibiza Old Town
Whether you’re a history buff or you just appreciate gorgeous old European architecture, Ibiza’s Old Town is a must-visit. You will find castles, cobblestone paths, ancient city walls and spectacular views of the island and the Mediterranean.
Hot tip for history lovers and foodies: The second weekend in May marks Ibiza’s annual Eivissa Medieval Festival, a three-day event celebrating the town’s UNESCO World Heritage listing. During this event, Dalt Vila (the Old Town) travels back in time with food, arts, crafts and performances to honour its history.
Blue Marlin Beach Club
Beach club, restaurant and a watersport lover’s dream, Blue Marlin, is a favourite destination for those with a charter in Ibiza, able to escape from the thumping clubs and usual tourist haunts.
If your boat charter does not already come with jet skis or sea bobs, Blue Marlin is the place to hire them and have an absolute blast cruising across the crystal waters. Once you’ve had your adrenaline fix, you may want to lounge a while on sunbeds or cabanas, with food and cocktails delivered directly to your selected spot in the sun.
Within full view of Ibiza is sister island, Formentera. Just a short distance away, yet Formentera feels like visiting another world. Here the bustle of party-going tourists disappears, space on the beaches open up and, with an Ibiza yacht charter, you can find unspoilt beaches with very few others around.
Cruise to Ses Illetes, explore the picturesque scenery and meet other superyacht travellers taking a break to recoup from Ibiza’s party scene in favour of long lunches and relaxation.
When you get hungry on Formentera, we recommend visiting Juan y Andrea for outstanding seafood and cocktails right on the beach.
Ibiza’s Best Bars and Clubs
While its reputation is riotous, Ibiza’s nightlife caters to all, and these are the spots every boat charter in Ibiza should have on its itinerary:
- Nassau Beach Club for cocktails
- Bambuddha for the best Japanese on the island
- Bagatelle for fine dining
- Lio for dinner and a show (stay on to enjoy its transformation into a club later on)
- Amnesia, Space or Pacha to watch world-class DJs in a high-class venue.
What To Expect When Booking A Yacht Charter In Ibiza With Ahoy Club
Ahoy Club has more than 1000 superyachts and private charters in the Spanish region. Whether you’re looking for a day, a weekend or a month-long boat charter in Ibiza and beyond, Ahoy Club has a diverse range of options to suit every desire. Plus, we help you narrow it down.
The Ahoy Club online platform is designed to help you identify the best possible options by filtering your search results based on your ideal criteria. Tell us your ideal location, length, number of guests and the features you want to have onboard, and we can tell you which boats are going to meet your unique needs.
Once you have a boat in mind, your personal Customer Experience Manager will liaise with you and your boat captain to ensure an itinerary is crafted to your taste. We can offer as little or as much advice on this as you like.
Booking a yacht charter in Ibiza couldn’t be easier, with instant online booking and the Ahoy Concierge team ready to make your dreams come true.
Ahoy Club’s members get access to discounts up to 30% on any Superyacht charter.